Countries and Concepts: Introduction to Comparative Politics
Appropriate for undergraduate Political Science courses including Introduction to Comparative Politics, Introduction to European Politics, and Introduction to Politics. Introduces the concepts and vocabulary of Comparative Politics through a country-by-country analysis and recent case studies. By demonstrating that political life is universal and comparable, the text also proves that no country is really “:alien,”: but rather that all countries are understandable.
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