6 edition of The Collapse of a Single-Party System found in the catalog.
October 28, 1994
by Cambridge University Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||270|
collapse of the USSR by means of a binary comparison, emphasizing the sociopolitical system exercising control over most economic activities, while Gorbachev’s owing to its ethno-federal structure combined with single party rule (Hale , pp. ; Pipes , pp. ). Moreover, while the File Size: KB. One-party system definition: a political system in which only one party is allowed | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.
The system, grossly inefficient under central planning and single-party rule, would have to be dismantled. Shane argues that while such inefficiencies were easily masked in the earlier years of the Soviet Union, by the time of its collapse and after the world experienced an information revolution, masking inadequacies was no longer an option. The Collapse of a Single-Party System: The Disintegration of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union. Cambridge, New York: Press Syndicate. Grachev, A., In order to understand how significant of a factor Gorbachev policies were to the collapse of the USSR, we will investigate from how significant were the reforms emplaced by Gorbachev.
Perhaps the message of Collapse would have had more of a cutting-edge quality if the book had appeared in the early s, when mere warnings were appropriate. Collapse might have added to the chorus of voices raised on the first Earth Day, and might have helped drive home the importance of the often-misrepresented Limits to Growth study. The Soviet Union was supposed to be “a society of true democracy,” but in many ways it was no less repressive than the czarist autocracy that preceded it. .
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democratic collapse than those with less proportionality. The influence of proportionality, however, can produce two offsetting results. On the one hand, high propor-tionality can expand fragmentation, thereby increasing the fragility of the party system.
On the other hand, it can expand representation, thereby containing. A Publishers Weekly contributor called the book "an informative academic resource." Gill examines the fall of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (CPSU) in his book The Collapse of a Single-Party System: The Disintegration of CPSU.
The book focuses primarily on the internal processes within the CPSU that led to its loss of power. nations of party systems with one dominant party, and none of them was based on systematic comparative research of one-party dominance in the African context.1We aim to fill this gap with this book by bring - ing together the work of leading experts who have studied the phe.
The problem for autocracy is not one or two party-system; If so that means 20 or 5 times more as and more parties better ‘democracy’ is going up and up compare with one party in the former socialist countries; And the post-Soviet practice is t.
The Chinese race lived under Emperor dynastic rule tilland then again from onwards under quasi Emperor "Lingdao" rule under the Communists. Old habits are challenging to break. My pessimistic prediction is that as in the cases of pre.
Nationalism and the Collapse of Soviet Communism. Contemporary European History, 18(3), pp. Gill, G. The Collapse of a Single-Party System: The Disintegration of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union. Cambridge, UK:.
extent politically paralyzed as they watched the relatively rapid and chaotic collapse of a state that had at least seemed, under Josip Broz Tito, to have elaborated a rather novel and admired formula for worker participation in a single-party system, multi-ethnic coexistence, and independence from the major world power blocs.1Cited by: With the collapse of other Communist governments, and increasing street protests, the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia announced on 28 November that it would relinquish power and dismantle the single-party state.
Barbed wire and other obstructions were removed from the border with West Germany and Austria in early by: Political repression, Authoritarianism. On January 1,the Soviet Union was the largest country in the world, covering some 8, square miles (22, square km), nearly one-sixth of Earth’s land surface.
Its population numbered more than million, and distinct nationalities lived within its borders. It also boasted an arsenal of tens of thousands of nuclear.
The states operate as single party system, a self-regulating proto-institution. This fine-tuned monarchical resilience, Davidson argues, cannot be sustained for much longer.
As a result, he spends some time arguing convincingly that economic collapse does not necessarily equate, as some have argued, to a change in the traditional party system.
Consequently, the author feels that poor representation of the electorate is the key to understanding the dynamics of traditional party : Brian McBeth. Robert Siegel speaks with former Congressmen Martin Frost and Tom Davis, co-authors of the new book The Partisan Divide, about the new Congress and how political differences might be bridged.The Soviet Union had a single party political system which dominated till It had a centralized economy and a planned economy.
Before the collapse, it had 15 republics with the capital in Moscow. The Soviet Union was formed in the aftermath of the Russian revolution in Was the first President of the Russian Federation from to The Yeltsin era was a traumatic period in Russian history—a period marked by widespread corruption, economic collapse, and enormous political and social problems.
In June Yeltsin came to power on a wave of high expectations.