272p white paperback, from a Cambridge college library, minor shelfwear, pages clean and unmarked, binding firm, index, very good condition. Buchnummer des Verkäufers
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Titel: Battle of Democracy.
Buchbeschreibung Oxford University Press, 1993. Gebundene Ausgabe; Buchzustand: Gut. 390 Seiten; Das Buch befindet sich in einem ordentlich erhaltenen Zustand; Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 950. Artikel-Nr. 847207
Buchbeschreibung New York, 1937. John Day in association with Reynal & Hitchcock., 1937. Buchzustand: guter Zustand. 331 Seiten. Leinenband/cloth. Lagerspuren. Artikel-Nr. 44908
Buchbeschreibung New York : Oxford University Press, 1993. Orig. cloth binding. Dustjacket. xvi,393 pp. Condition : very good copy. ISBN 9780195071740[KEYWORDS: MEDIA*. Artikel-Nr. 238287
Buchbeschreibung Cambridge University Press Okt 2014, 2014. Taschenbuch. Buchzustand: Neu. Neuware - Drawing from extensive archival research, this book uncovers the American media system's historical roots and normative foundations. 262 pp. Englisch. Artikel-Nr. 9781107694750
Buchbeschreibung OXFORD UNIV PR Jun 2017, 2017. Buch. Buchzustand: Neu. Neuware - Red Saxony throws new light on the reciprocal relationship between political modernization and authoritarianism in Germany over the span of six decades. Election battles were fought so fiercely in Imperial Germany because they reflected two kinds of democratization. Social democratization could not be stopped, but political democratization was opposed by many members of the German bourgeoisie. Frightened by the electoral success of the Social Democrats after 1871, anti-democrats deployed many strategies that flew in the face of electoral fairness. They battled socialists, liberals, and Jews at election time, but they also strove to rewrite the electoral rules of the game. Using a regional lens to rethink older assumptions about Germany's changing political culture, this volume focuses as much on contemporary Germans' perceptions of electoral fairness as on their experiences of voting. It devotes special attention to various semi-democratic voting systems whereby a general and equal suffrage (for the Reichstag) was combined with limited and unequal ones for local and regional parliaments. For the first time, democratization at all three tiers of governance and their reciprocal effects are considered together. Although the bourgeois face of German authoritarianism was nowhere more evident than in the Kingdom of Saxony, Red Saxony illustrates how other Germans grew to fear the spectre of democracy. Although twists and turns lay ahead, that fear made it easier for Hitler and the Nazis to win elections in the 1920s and to entomb German democracy in 1933. 720 pp. Englisch. Artikel-Nr. 9780199668786