Civil Society and the Consolidation of Democracy in Spain
OMAR G. ENCARNACIÓN challenges the widespread conventional wisdom that holds a vibrant and robust civil society to be a crucial precondition for the successful consolidation of democracy. He explores the politics of democratization of post-Franco Spain, a case that possesses the curious distinction of being an historical paradigm of civil society underdevelopment, and also the most striking example of democratic consolidation among so-called Third Wave democracies.
International Influence, Domestic Activism, and Gay Rights in Argentina, Omar G. Encarnación
A Political Philosophy in Public Life: Civic Republicanism in Zapatero's Spain, José Luis Martí and Philip Pettit Reviewed by Omar G. Encarnación
Reconciliation after Democratization: Coping with the Past in Spain, Omar G. Encarnación
Trust and Rule, Charles Tilly Reviewed by Omar G. Encarnación
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