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Lecture 3

Lecture 3 (Jan. 24).rtf

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Political Science
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POL201Y1
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Melissa Levin

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Lecture 3 January 24 preconditions of democracy poverty and equality create conditions for regimes to take root make it difficult for democracies to hold Seymour Lipsit sp raised issue existence in democratic politicsdemocratic institutions in presence of weak democratic practice minimum level of equality to produce democratic unknown also question of basic level of national unity interest in participating in same institutions debate over boundaries a problem especially in Africa where boundaries created externally during decolonization modernization needed for creation of middle class but ome argue instead the working class is most importantculture involved also it is suggested ie protestantism better for democracy than catholicism due to hierarchy involved culture should be condusive to democratic culture democratic transitions collapse of fascism in Portugal and Spain led to collapse of econo
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