Leaders, Violence, and the Absence of Change in Africa
Henry Bienen examines violence and leadership in Africa. He argues that violence has been used to maintain the power of elites, not to change social systems. In his view, to explain violence we must look to patterns of governance, not to individual pathologies.
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Revisiting the New Deal
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PRESIDENTIAL SELECTION AND DEMOCRACY
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