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New Politics.  (International Library of Politics & Comparative Government) - Thomas (Editor) Poguntke
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Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts and London England: 2015. Hardcover with dustjacket. Brand new book. Since Ronald Reagan left office in 1989, the global community has witnessed the collapse of the Soviet Union and the integration of Europe, the War on Terror and the Arab Spring, a hot Chinese economy and a major international recession. Reagan's Legacy in a World Transformed brings together scholars from diverse disciplines and persuasions to assess the fortieth president's policies and their ongoing impact today, and to offer a timely retrospective on his complex legacy. The authors consider the influence of Reagan's free-market ideas on economic globalization, showing how deregulation succeeded in spurring economic expansion. In foreign policy, Reagan favored significant increases in military spending ("peace through strength") and an assertive agenda abroad. His break with dŽtente in dealing with the Soviet Union, notably expressed in his 1982 March of Freedom speech, effectively restored the early Cold War strategy of rolling back communism. More than twenty years later, President George W. Bush invoked this speech in describing his goals in the Middle EastÑa striking example of how Reagan's ideas affected the post-9/11 world. In contrast with his hawkish stance on defense, Reagan's efforts to reduce nuclear arsenals, negotiated with Mikhail Gorbachev, constitute one of his enduring contributions to stability. Although Reagan's policies soared on rhetoric rooted in ideological conviction, the president engaged in pragmatic internationalism when a multilateral approach served America's interests. He believed that America had a special mission as a moral leader and beacon of freedom, a view that continues to inform U.S. foreign policy. Hardcover, 312 pages, 6-1/8 x 9-1/4 inches. Jeffrey Chidester is Director of Policy Programs at the Miller Center at the University of Virginia. Paul Kengor is Professor of Political Science and Executive Director of the Center for Vision and Values at Grove City College. Brian Mulroney was Prime Minister of Canada from 1984 to 1993. "Jeffrey Chidester and Paul Kengor have assembled an outstanding set of analysts to examine the presidency and ongoing impact of Ronald Reagan, who continues to stand as one of the most important political figures of the twentieth century. These authors may differ on how Reagan changed the world, but they leave little question that he did."ÑAndrew E. Busch, Claremont McKenna College "Chidester and Kengor have produced a volume that captures the life, leadership, and legacy of President Ronald Reagan on the world stage. For those who knew and worked with President Reagan, these essays will be a reminder of a great leader and significant accomplishments. For students and those seeking to learn about Ronald Reagan, this work both lays the foundation and provides deep understanding."ÑStewart D. McLaurin, The White House Historical Association, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts and London England: 2015, Carlisle, PA: Strategic Studies Institute U. S. Army War College, 2009. Presumed first edition/first printing. Wraps. Very good. No dust jacket. Cover has slight wear and soiling. Minor page roughness on last page.. viii, 57, [1] p. Endnotes. President Obama has outlined a comprehensive strategy for the war in Afghanistan which is was the central front of our campaign against Islamic terrorism. The strategy strongly connects our prosecution of that war to our policy in Pakistan and internal developments there as a condition of victory. Dr. Blank argues that a new approach, relying on improved coordination at home and more effective leveraging of our economic power in Central Asia to help stabilize the region so that it provides a secure rear to Afghanistan, is just as important. Dr. Stephen J. Blank served as the Strategic Studies Institute s expert on the Soviet bloc and the post-Soviet world since 1989. He has written articles and papers on Russia, the Commonwealth of Independent States, and Eastern European security issues. Dr. Blank s current research deals with proliferation and the revolution in military affairs, and energy and security in Eurasia. Dr. Blank holds a Ph.D. from the University of Chicago., Strategic Studies Institute U. S. Army War College, 2009, Dartmouth Publishing Co Ltd, UK, 1995. First Edition. Hardcover. New. This work is about new themes and changed political styles. More precisely, it means the "interrelated extension of 'participatory dispositions and techniques' and the 'partial change' of the 'political agenda' through the surge of a new set of political demands" (Poguntke, 1993). The book assembles the most important articles which deal with such underlying changes or with the political results of the "New Politics", that is, political parties and new social movements. New politics theory recognises that, throughout the post-war period, western political agendas have been dominated by the "Old Politics", which have largely been centred around conflicts between "haves" and "have-nots", and were chiefly concerned with the overriding goals of stability and security, be it economic or military (Inglehart, 1977). From the 1970s onwards, however, the agenda of the new politics represented a substantial departure form these well-trodden paths. The younger and better educated citizens of western democracies began to concern themselves with political goals like ecology, self-determination, non-military approaches to international conflict resolution, equal rights for minorities, and improvement of the conditions in the Third World. These new concerns surfaced in the upsurge of environmental action groups, protest movements against nuclear power plants, the mobilization of massive resistance against the arms race (particularly against the deployment of cruise missiles and Pershing II), the new women's movement and a wide range of other groups concerned with this agenda. The book goes on to describe how these groups tried to accomplish their goals of their own vision for society by using participatory techniques like mass demonstrations, boycotts, occupations of building sites and so on. It also shows how these techniques are more mainstream in the 1990s. The effects of these new politics are also analyzed. In particular, the effect on the Left is assessed, especially in the attempts to redefine welfare and affluence. Dissention over matters of ecology has also led to fragmentation in the Left. At the same time, some sceptics have taken the 1970s and 1980s Left phenomenon as a temporary distraction from the materialist essence of politics (fuelled by the absence of real problems). The book also offers explanations for the new political phenomenon, in particular, the views of Ronald Inglehart, who maintains that gradual and persistent shifts in value orientations among western mass publics are the most important cause for the surge of the new politics. Book Description: This work is about new themes and changed political styles. More precisely, it means the "interrelated extension of 'participatory dispositions and techniques' and the 'partial change' of the 'political agenda' through the surge of a new set of political demands" (Poguntke, 1993). The book assembles the most important articles which deal with such underlying changes or with the political results of the "New Politics", that is, political parties and new social movements. New politics theory recognises that, throughout the post-war period, western political agendas have been dominated by the "Old Politics", which have largely been centred around conflicts between "haves" and "have-nots", and were chiefly concerned with the overriding goals of stability and security, be it economic or military (Inglehart, 1977). From the 1970s onwards, however, the agenda of the new politics represented a substantial departure form these well-trodden paths. The younger and better educated citizens of western democracies began to concern themselves with political goals like ecology, self-determination, non-military approaches to international conflict resolution, equal rights for minorities, and improvement of the conditions in the Third World. These new concerns surfaced in the upsurge of environmental action groups, protest movements against nuclear power plants, the mobilization of massive resistance against the arms race (particularly against the deployment of cruise missiles and Pershing II), the new women's movement and a wide range of other groups concerned with this agenda. The book goes on to describe how these groups tried to accomplish their goals of their own vision for society by using participatory techniques like mass demonstrations, boycotts, occupations of building sites and so on. It also shows how these techniques are more mainstream in the 1990s. The effects of these new politics are also analyzed. In particular, the effect on the Left is assessed, especially in the attempts to redefine welfare and affluence. Dissention over matters of ecology has also led to fragmentation in the Left. At the same time, some sceptics have taken the 1970s and 1980s Left phenomenon as a temporary distraction from the materialist essence of politics (fuelled by the absence of real problems). The book also offers explanations for the new political phenomenon, in particular, the views of Ronald Inglehart, who maintains that gradual and persistent shifts in value orientations among western mass publics are the most important cause for the surge of the new politics. Size: 5.1 x 17.8 x 25.4 cm. 500 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2-3 kilos. Category: Politics & Government; ISBN: 1855213745. ISBN/EAN: 9781855213746. . 9781855213746, Dartmouth Publishing Co Ltd, 1995

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Dartmouth Publishing Co Ltd, UK, 1995. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine Condition. Foredges are a little marked. This work is about new themes and changed political styles. More precisely, it means the "interrelated extension of 'participatory dispositions and techniques' and the 'partial change' of the 'political agenda' through the surge of a new set of political demands" (Poguntke, 1993). The book assembles the most important articles which deal with such underlying changes or with the political results of the "New Politics", that is, political parties and new social movements. New politics theory recognises that, throughout the post-war period, western political agendas have been dominated by the "Old Politics", which have largely been centred around conflicts between "haves" and "have-nots", and were chiefly concerned with the overriding goals of stability and security, be it economic or military (Inglehart, 1977). From the 1970s onwards, however, the agenda of the new politics represented a substantial departure form these well-trodden paths. The younger and better educated citizens of western democracies began to concern themselves with political goals like ecology, self-determination, non-military approaches to international conflict resolution, equal rights for minorities, and improvement of the conditions in the Third World. These new concerns surfaced in the upsurge of environmental action groups, protest movements against nuclear power plants, the mobilization of massive resistance against the arms race (particularly against the deployment of cruise missiles and Pershing II), the new women's movement and a wide range of other groups concerned with this agenda. The book goes on to describe how these groups tried to accomplish their goals of their own vision for society by using participatory techniques like mass demonstrations, boycotts, occupations of building sites and so on. It also shows how these techniques are more mainstream in the 1990s. The effects of these new politics are also analyzed. In particular, the effect on the Left is assessed, especially in the attempts to redefine welfare and affluence. Dissention over matters of ecology has also led to fragmentation in the Left. At the same time, some sceptics have taken the 1970s and 1980s Left phenomenon as a temporary distraction from the materialist essence of politics (fuelled by the absence of real problems). The book also offers explanations for the new political phenomenon, in particular, the views of Ronald Inglehart, who maintains that gradual and persistent shifts in value orientations among western mass publics are the most important cause for the surge of the new politics. Book Description: This work is about new themes and changed political styles. More precisely, it means the "interrelated extension of 'participatory dispositions and techniques' and the 'partial change' of the 'political agenda' through the surge of a new set of political demands" (Poguntke, 1993). The book assembles the most important articles which deal with such underlying changes or with the political results of the "New Politics", that is, political parties and new social movements. New politics theory recognises that, throughout the post-war period, western political agendas have been dominated by the "Old Politics", which have largely been centred around conflicts between "haves" and "have-nots", and were chiefly concerned with the overriding goals of stability and security, be it economic or military (Inglehart, 1977). From the 1970s onwards, however, the agenda of the new politics represented a substantial departure form these well-trodden paths. The younger and better educated citizens of western democracies began to concern themselves with political goals like ecology, self-determination, non-military approaches to international conflict resolution, equal rights for minorities, and improvement of the conditions in the Third World. These new concerns surfaced in the upsurge of environmental action groups, protest movements against nuclear power plants, the mobilization of massive resistance against the arms race (particularly against the deployment of cruise missiles and Pershing II), the new women's movement and a wide range of other groups concerned with this agenda. The book goes on to describe how these groups tried to accomplish their goals of their own vision for society by using participatory techniques like mass demonstrations, boycotts, occupations of building sites and so on. It also shows how these techniques are more mainstream in the 1990s. The effects of these new politics are also analyzed. In particular, the effect on the Left is assessed, especially in the attempts to redefine welfare and affluence. Dissention over matters of ecology has also led to fragmentation in the Left. At the same time, some sceptics have taken the 1970s and 1980s Left phenomenon as a temporary distraction from the materialist essence of politics (fuelled by the absence of real problems). The book also offers explanations for the new political phenomenon, in particular, the views of Ronald Inglehart, who maintains that gradual and persistent shifts in value orientations among western mass publics are the most important cause for the surge of the new politics. Size: 5.1 x 17.8 x 25.4 cm. 500 pages. Multiple copies available this title. Quantity Available: 2. Shipped Weight: 2-3 kilos. Category: Politics & Government; ISBN: 1855213745. ISBN/EAN: 9781855213746. . 9781855213746, Dartmouth Publishing Co Ltd, 1995

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Dartmouth Publishing Co Ltd, UK, 1995. First Edition. Hardcover. New. This work is about new themes and changed political styles. More precisely, it means the "interrelated extension of 'participatory dispositions and techniques' and the 'partial change' of the 'political agenda' through the surge of a new set of political demands" (Poguntke, 1993). The book assembles the most important articles which deal with such underlying changes or with the political results of the "New Politics", that is, political parties and new social movements. New politics theory recognises that, throughout the post-war period, western political agendas have been dominated by the "Old Politics", which have largely been centred around conflicts between "haves" and "have-nots", and were chiefly concerned with the overriding goals of stability and security, be it economic or military (Inglehart, 1977). From the 1970s onwards, however, the agenda of the new politics represented a substantial departure form these well-trodden paths. The younger and better educated citizens of western democracies began to concern themselves with political goals like ecology, self-determination, non-military approaches to international conflict resolution, equal rights for minorities, and improvement of the conditions in the Third World. These new concerns surfaced in the upsurge of environmental action groups, protest movements against nuclear power plants, the mobilization of massive resistance against the arms race (particularly against the deployment of cruise missiles and Pershing II), the new women's movement and a wide range of other groups concerned with this agenda. The book goes on to describe how these groups tried to accomplish their goals of their own vision for society by using participatory techniques like mass demonstrations, boycotts, occupations of building sites and so on. It also shows how these techniques are more mainstream in the 1990s. The effects of these new politics are also analyzed. In particular, the effect on the Left is assessed, especially in the attempts to redefine welfare and affluence. Dissention over matters of ecology has also led to fragmentation in the Left. At the same time, some sceptics have taken the 1970s and 1980s Left phenomenon as a temporary distraction from the materialist essence of politics (fuelled by the absence of real problems). The book also offers explanations for the new political phenomenon, in particular, the views of Ronald Inglehart, who maintains that gradual and persistent shifts in value orientations among western mass publics are the most important cause for the surge of the new politics. Book Description: This work is about new themes and changed political styles. More precisely, it means the "interrelated extension of 'participatory dispositions and techniques' and the 'partial change' of the 'political agenda' through the surge of a new set of political demands" (Poguntke, 1993). The book assembles the most important articles which deal with such underlying changes or with the political results of the "New Politics", that is, political parties and new social movements. New politics theory recognises that, throughout the post-war period, western political agendas have been dominated by the "Old Politics", which have largely been centred around conflicts between "haves" and "have-nots", and were chiefly concerned with the overriding goals of stability and security, be it economic or military (Inglehart, 1977). From the 1970s onwards, however, the agenda of the new politics represented a substantial departure form these well-trodden paths. The younger and better educated citizens of western democracies began to concern themselves with political goals like ecology, self-determination, non-military approaches to international conflict resolution, equal rights for minorities, and improvement of the conditions in the Third World. These new concerns surfaced in the upsurge of environmental action groups, protest movements against nuclear power plants, the mobilization of massive resistance against the arms race (particularly against the deployment of cruise missiles and Pershing II), the new women's movement and a wide range of other groups concerned with this agenda. The book goes on to describe how these groups tried to accomplish their goals of their own vision for society by using participatory techniques like mass demonstrations, boycotts, occupations of building sites and so on. It also shows how these techniques are more mainstream in the 1990s. The effects of these new politics are also analyzed. In particular, the effect on the Left is assessed, especially in the attempts to redefine welfare and affluence. Dissention over matters of ecology has also led to fragmentation in the Left. At the same time, some sceptics have taken the 1970s and 1980s Left phenomenon as a temporary distraction from the materialist essence of politics (fuelled by the absence of real problems). The book also offers explanations for the new political phenomenon, in particular, the views of Ronald Inglehart, who maintains that gradual and persistent shifts in value orientations among western mass publics are the most important cause for the surge of the new politics. Size: 5.1 x 17.8 x 25.4 cm. 500 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2-3 kilos. Category: Politics & Government; ISBN: 1855213745. ISBN/EAN: 9781855213746. . 9781855213746, Dartmouth Publishing Co Ltd, 1995

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[EAN: 9781855213746], Neubuch, [PU: Dartmouth Publishing Co Ltd, UK], POLITICS & GOVERNMENT BZDB395 POLITICAL PARTIES, SOCIAL MOVEMENTS, VALUES, PARTIES -- EUROPE, MOVEMENTS VALUES EUROPE AND 1989-, PHILOSOPHY, DEWEY: 320.011 GOVERNMENT; NEW INTERNATIONAL LIBRARY OF COMPARATIVE, Political Science|General, Political Science|Political Process|Political Parties, Social Science|Sociology|General, This work is about new themes and changed political styles. More precisely, it means the "interrelated extension of 'participatory dispositions and techniques' and the 'partial change' of the 'political agenda' through the surge of a new set of political demands" (Poguntke, 1993). The book assembles the most important articles which deal with such underlying changes or with the political results of the "New Politics", that is, political parties and new social movements. New politics theory recognises that, throughout the post-war period, western political agendas have been dominated by the "Old Politics", which have largely been centred around conflicts between "haves" and "have-nots", and were chiefly concerned with the overriding goals of stability and security, be it economic or military (Inglehart, 1977). From the 1970s onwards, however, the agenda of the new politics represented a substantial departure form these well-trodden paths. The younger and better educated citizens of western democracies began to concern themselves with political goals like ecology, self-determination, non-military approaches to international conflict resolution, equal rights for minorities, and improvement of the conditions in the Third World. These new concerns surfaced in the upsurge of environmental action groups, protest movements against nuclear power plants, the mobilization of massive resistance against the arms race (particularly against the deployment of cruise missiles and Pershing II), the new women's movement and a wide range of other groups concerned with this agenda. The book goes on to describe how these groups tried to accomplish their goals of their own vision for society by using participatory techniques like mass demonstrations, boycotts, occupations of building sites and so on. It also shows how these techniques are more mainstream in the 1990s. The effects of these new politics are also analyzed. In particular, the effect on the Left is assessed, especially in the attempts to redefine welfare and affluence. Dissention over matters of ecology has also led to fragmentation in the Left. At the same time, some sceptics have taken the 1970s and 1980s Left phenomenon as a temporary distraction from the materialist essence of politics (fuelled by the absence of real problems). The book also offers explanations for the new political phenomenon, in particular, the views of Ronald Inglehart, who maintains that gradual and persistent shifts in value orientations among western mass publics are the most important cause for the surge of the new politics. Book Description: This work is about new themes and changed political styles. More precisely, it means the "interrelated extension of 'participatory dispositions and techniques' and the 'partial change' of the 'political agenda' through the surge of a new set of political demands" (Poguntke, 1993). The book assembles the most important articles which deal with such underlying changes or with the political results of the "New Politics", that is, political parties and new social movements. New politics theory recognises that, throughout the post-war period, western political agendas have been dominated by the "Old Politics", which have largely been centred around conflicts between "haves" and "have-nots", and were chiefly concerned with the overriding goals of stability and security, be it economic or military (Inglehart, 1977). From the 1970s onwards, however, the agenda of the new politics represented a substantial departure form these well-trodden paths. The younger and better educated citizens of western democracies began to concern themselves with political goals like ecology, self-determination, non-military approaches to international conflict resolution, equal rights for minorities, and improvement of the conditions in the Third World. These new concerns surfaced in the upsurge of environmental action groups, protest movements against nuclear power plants, the mobilization of massive

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This work is about new themes and changed political styles. More precisely, it means the "interrelated extension of 'participatory dispositions and techniques' and the 'partial change' of the 'political agenda' through the surge of a new set of political demands" (Poguntke, 1993). The book assembles the most important articles which deal with such underlying changes or with the political results of the "New Politics", that is, political parties and new social movements. New politics theory recognises that, throughout the post-war period, western political agendas have been dominated by the "Old Politics", which have largely been centred around conflicts between "haves" and "have-nots", and were chiefly concerned with the overriding goals of stability and security, be it economic or military (Inglehart, 1977). From the 1970s onwards, however, the agenda of the new politics represented a substantial departure form these well-trodden paths. The younger and better educated citizens of western democracies began to concern themselves with political goals like ecology, self-determination, non-military approaches to international conflict resolution, equal rights for minorities, and improvement of the conditions in the Third World. These new concerns surfaced in the upsurge of environmental action groups, protest movements against nuclear power plants, the mobilization of massive resistance against the arms race (particularly against the deployment of cruise missiles and Pershing II), the new women's movement and a wide range of other groups concerned with this agenda. The book goes on to describe how these groups tried to accomplish their goals of their own vision for society by using participatory techniques like mass demonstrations, boycotts, occupations of building sites and so on. It also shows how these techniques are more mainstream in the 1990s. The effects of these new politics are also analyzed. In particular, the effect on the Left is assessed, especially in the attempts to redefine welfare and affluence. Dissention over matters of ecology has also led to fragmentation in the Left. At the same time, some sceptics have taken the 1970s and 1980s Left phenomenon as a temporary distraction from the materialist essence of politics (fuelled by the absence of real problems). The book also offers explanations for the new political phenomenon, in particular, the views of Ronald Inglehart, who maintains that gradual and persistent shifts in value orientations among western mass publics are the most important cause for the surge of the new politics.

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