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Unformatted Document Text:  51 Shepsle, eds. Political Equilibrium. Boston: Kluwer•Nijhoff Publishing. Friedman, Milton. (1962). Capitalism and Freedom. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press. Fukuyama, Francis. (1992). The End of History and the Last Man. Free Press Galbraith, John K. (1996). The Good Society. Boston: Houghton Mifflin. Galton, Francis. (1892). Hereditary Genius. London: Macmillan and Co. Galton, Francis. (1889). Natural Inheritance. New York: Macmillan. Gastil, Raymond D. (1991) “The Comparative Survey of Freedom: Experiences and Suggestions,” In Alex Inkeles, ed. On Measuring Democracy. New Brunswick: Transaction Publishers. Gonick, Lev S. and Robert M. Rosh. (1988). “The Structural Constraints of the World- Economy on National Political Development.” Comparative Political Studies. 21 (2):171–99. Gurr, Ted R. and Keith Jaggers. (1995). “Tracking Democracy’s Third Wave with the Polity III Data.” Journal of Peace Research. 32: 469-82. Herrnstein, Richard J. and Charles Murray. (1994). The Bell Curve. New York: The Free Press. Hewitt, Christopher. (1977). “The Effect of Political Democracy and Social Democracy on Equality in Industrial Democracies: A Cross-National Comparison,” American Sociological Review. 42: 450-64. Hibbs, Douglas A. (1977). “Political Parties and Macroeconomic Policy,” American Political Science Review. 71: 1467-87. Hicks, Alexander M. and Duane H. Swank. (1992). “Politics, Institutions, and Welfare Spending in Industrialized Democracies, 1960-82,” American Political Science Review. 86 (3): 658-74. Huber, Evelyne, Dietrich Rueschemeyer, and John D. Stephens. (1993). “The Impact of Economic Development on Democracy,” Journal of Economic Perspectives 7 (3): 71– 85. Huntington, Samuel. (1991). The Third Wave. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press. Huntington, Samuel. (1974). “Postindustrial Politics: How Benign Will It Be?” Comparative Politics. 6(2): 163–91.

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Shepsle, eds. Political Equilibrium. Boston: Kluwer•Nijhoff Publishing.

Friedman, Milton. (1962). Capitalism and Freedom. Chicago: The University of Chicago
Press.

Fukuyama, Francis. (1992). The End of History and the Last Man. Free Press

Galbraith, John K. (1996). The Good Society. Boston: Houghton Mifflin.

Galton, Francis. (1892). Hereditary Genius. London: Macmillan and Co.

Galton, Francis. (1889). Natural Inheritance. New York: Macmillan.

Gastil, Raymond D. (1991) “The Comparative Survey of Freedom: Experiences and
Suggestions,” In Alex Inkeles, ed. On Measuring Democracy. New Brunswick:
Transaction Publishers.

Gonick, Lev S. and Robert M. Rosh. (1988). “The Structural Constraints of the World-
Economy on National Political Development.” Comparative Political Studies. 21
(2):171–99.

Gurr, Ted R. and Keith Jaggers. (1995). “Tracking Democracy’s Third Wave with the
Polity III Data.” Journal of Peace Research. 32: 469-82.

Herrnstein, Richard J. and Charles Murray. (1994). The Bell Curve. New York: The Free
Press.

Hewitt, Christopher. (1977). “The Effect of Political Democracy and Social Democracy
on Equality in Industrial Democracies: A Cross-National Comparison,” American
Sociological Review
. 42: 450-64.

Hibbs, Douglas A. (1977). “Political Parties and Macroeconomic Policy,” American
Political Science Review
. 71: 1467-87.

Hicks, Alexander M. and Duane H. Swank. (1992). “Politics, Institutions, and Welfare
Spending in Industrialized Democracies, 1960-82,” American Political Science
Review
. 86 (3): 658-74.

Huber, Evelyne, Dietrich Rueschemeyer, and John D. Stephens. (1993). “The Impact of
Economic Development on Democracy,” Journal of Economic Perspectives 7 (3): 71–
85.
Huntington, Samuel. (1991). The Third Wave. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press.

Huntington, Samuel. (1974). “Postindustrial Politics: How Benign Will It Be?”
Comparative Politics. 6(2): 163–91.


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