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  • Brown Electronic Article Review Service - BEARS
    Electronically publishes short, refereed reviews of recent journal articles in political and moral philosophy.
  • Panarchy
    Selection of texts and documents on panarchy, polyarchy, and anarchy.
  • Freedom, Democracy, Peace; Power, Democide, and War
    Provides data and analysis to demonstrate that democratic freedom reduces the incidence of collective violence.
  • Center for the Study of Democratic Societies
    Global research and educational network dedicated to examination and explanation of the properties and possibilities of democratic society.
  • Historical Foundations of American Constitutionalism
    Traces development from Aristotle's Politics to the Defensor Pacis of Marsilius of Padua.
  • Powell, Jim
    Offers essays, chronology, personal profiles, and original documents related to the development of the idea of liberty.
    Resource for the history of political thought. Includes news, reviews, opinions, and articles.
  • Global Supranationalism
    Develops and promotes an ideology of global society taking over global capitalism.
  • Theory of Greed
    Essay on the origins, nature, extent, and morality of this destructive force. Offers a simple game that illustrates greed vs. cooperation in small groups.
  • Global Complexity
    Promotes a viewpoint of social, political, and economic events as uncertain evolving outcomes arising from complex interactions between numerous local actors.
  • Harmonizing Motives With Natural Government
    Puts forth a theory on how to harmonize the motives that are generated by political systems, thereby ending power struggles and inducing peaceful voluntary cooperation.
  • New School University - Transregional Center for Democratic Studies (TCDS)
    Conducts ongoing research and programs on critical issues of democracy and democratization in developing and former Communist countries.
  • Arguing the World
    The story of four prominent New York Intellectuals (Daniel Bell, Nathan Glazer, Irving Howe, and Irving Kristol) as told in their own words, the words of their friends and critics, and through historians.

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