The politics of underdevelopment [by] Gerald A. Heeger.


New York, St. Martin's Press [1974] .

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Subjects Developing countries -- Politics and government.
Developing countries.
Politics and government
Description 150 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date [1974]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Political Underdevelopment and the Search for Political Order -- The Theory of Political Development -- The Political Process in Underdeveloped States -- The Decline of Optimism: From the Politics of Development to the Politics of Order -- Nationalism and Its Legacies -- The Western View of Nationalism -- The West and the Understanding of Non-Western Nationalism -- Non-Western Nationalism: A Reappraisal -- The Sources of the Nationalist Movement -- Linkage Politics: The Nationalist Movement Achieved -- A Note on Nationalism As a Political Concept -- The Search for Political Stability -- Organizing the Political Center -- Organizing the Political Periphery -- Sources of Center-Periphery Cohesion -- Sources of Center-Periphery Conflict -- The Politics of Instability -- Factionalism and Patrimony-Building -- The Politics of Communalism -- Elite Dissensus and the Military Coup d'Etat -- The Military in Power -- Antipolitics -- Cohesion and Conflict in the Political Center -- Cohesion and Conflict in the Periphery.
Geographic Area Developing countries
Network Numbers (OCoLC)930667
(OCoLC)ocm00930667
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WorldCat Identities Heeger, Gerald A.
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