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State legislatures provide the setting and information for a cogent study of how trends toward "democratizing" this basic political institution have affected the institution itself as well as the general political process.
The Dutch were successful because political institutions supported property rights that rewarded economic innovation.
As a political institution, it has skillfully mobilized its constituencies over the last 80 years to oppose any intrusion on its mystique.
Far from being a cover-up for the class divisions of capitalist society,' Mouffe explains, political institutions 'provide the guarantee that individual freedom would be protected against the tyranny of the majority or the domination of the totalitarian party state.
SIDON, Lebanon: Al-Jamaa al-Islamiya and the Future Movement reaffirmed their commitment to Sidon Thursday vowing to keep discussions to political institutions rather than taking to the streets, reiterating the solidarity of their parties.
She covers what the problem is, the limits of voluntarism, an anarchist critique of the Rawlsian idea of a natural duty of justice, the failure of the principle of fairness as an account of political obligation, Horton revisited, where friends of political institutions and anarchists are in the same boat, and philosophical and political anarchism.
The original version predicts policy inertia, assuming that policy legacies and political institutions predominantly determine the current form of healthcare financing.
This volume, which similarly explores how societies develop political institutions (which are often dysfunctional) and which examines the legacy of colonialism, begins with the French Revolution and ends with the Arab Spring.
It outlines core theoretical insights and analytical tools from modern political science and applies them to the US political system, focusing on these themes: that people face recurrent collective dilemmas and principal-agent problems; that political institutions are intended to solve those dilemmas and problems; and that the details of those institutions affect how costs and benefits are allocated in society.
This is why our party has dedicated its existence to the creation and development of our own democratic national political institutions.
At this particular moment, the strength of political institutions remains insufficient to administer the scene in Egypt.
Improving political institutions may be a prerequisite for further economic reform in some countries and could ensure that they are not stuck in transition