Civil Society: Democratic Perspectives
This volume examines the idea of civil society in its historical and contemporary dimensions. It provides a comprehensive and critical mapping of the idea, the burden of expectation that it has carried, and the intellectual and political dimensions that surround it.
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A Preface Robert Fine
Civil Society Theory Enlightenment
Civic or Commercial? Adam Fergusons
Market Economy and Democratic Polity David Beetham
The Uncivil Interstices
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