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Unformatted Document Text:  53 Democratic Theory and Practice. New York: Cambridge University Press. Molutsi, Patrick P. (1991). “Political Parties and Democracy in Botswana,” In Mpho G. Molomo and Brian T. Mokopakgosi, eds. Multi-Party Democracy in Botswana. Harare, Zimbabwe: South Africa Political Economy Series (SAPES) Trust. Moore, Barrington. (1966). Social Origins of Dictatorship and Democracy. Boston, MA: Beacon Books. Neubauer, Deane. (1967). “Some Conditions of Democracy.” American Political Science Review. 61 (4): 1002–9. Olson, Mancur. (1993). “Dictatorship, Democracy, and Development.” American Political Science Review. 87: 567-576. Ordeshook, Peter C. (1980). “Political Disequilibrium and Scientific Inquiry: A Comment on William Riker’s “Implication from the Disequilibrium of Majority Rule for the Study of Institutions.” American Political Science Review. 74: 447- 450. Petracca, Mark P. (1991). “The Rational Actor Approach to Politics: Science, Self- Interest, and Normative Democratic Theory,” In Kristen R. Monroe, ed. The Economic Approach to Politics. New York: HarperCollins Publishers. Prothero, Donald R. and Robert H. Dott. (2002). Evolution of the Earth. Boston: McGraw Hill. Przeworski, Adam and Fernando Limongi. (1997). “Modernization: Theories and Facts,” World Politics 49 (2): 155–83. Rawls, John. (1999). A Theory of Justice. Cambridge: The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press. Riker, William H. (1982). Liberalism Against Populism. San Francisco: W.H. Freeman and Company. Riker, William H. (1980). “Implications from the Disequilibrium of Majority Rule for the Study of Institutions,” American Political Science Review. 74: p. 432-446. Rostow, W.W.W. (1990). The Stages of Economic Growth. Cambridge, U.K.: Cambridge University Press. Russell, Bertrand. (1938). Power. London: George Allen & Unwin. Rustow, Dankwart. (1970). “Transitions to Democracy.” Comparative Politics. 2: p. 337- 63.

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Democratic Theory and Practice. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Molutsi, Patrick P. (1991). “Political Parties and Democracy in Botswana,” In Mpho G.
Molomo and Brian T. Mokopakgosi, eds. Multi-Party Democracy in Botswana.
Harare, Zimbabwe: South Africa Political Economy Series (SAPES) Trust.

Moore, Barrington. (1966). Social Origins of Dictatorship and Democracy. Boston, MA:
Beacon Books.

Neubauer, Deane. (1967). “Some Conditions of Democracy.” American Political Science
Review. 61 (4): 1002–9.

Olson, Mancur. (1993). “Dictatorship, Democracy, and Development.” American
Political Science Review
. 87: 567-576.

Ordeshook, Peter C. (1980). “Political Disequilibrium and Scientific Inquiry: A
Comment on William Riker’s “Implication from the Disequilibrium of Majority Rule
for the Study of Institutions.” American Political Science Review. 74: 447- 450.

Petracca, Mark P. (1991). “The Rational Actor Approach to Politics: Science, Self-
Interest, and Normative Democratic Theory,” In Kristen R. Monroe, ed. The Economic
Approach to Politics
. New York: HarperCollins Publishers.

Prothero, Donald R. and Robert H. Dott. (2002). Evolution of the Earth. Boston: McGraw
Hill.

Przeworski, Adam and Fernando Limongi. (1997). “Modernization: Theories and Facts,”
World Politics 49 (2): 155–83.

Rawls, John. (1999). A Theory of Justice. Cambridge: The Belknap Press of Harvard
University Press.

Riker, William H. (1982). Liberalism Against Populism. San Francisco: W.H. Freeman
and Company.

Riker, William H. (1980). “Implications from the Disequilibrium of Majority Rule for the
Study of Institutions,” American Political Science Review. 74: p. 432-446.

Rostow, W.W.W. (1990). The Stages of Economic Growth. Cambridge, U.K.:
Cambridge University Press.

Russell, Bertrand. (1938). Power. London: George Allen & Unwin.

Rustow, Dankwart. (1970). “Transitions to Democracy.” Comparative Politics. 2: p.
337- 63.


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