Economic and Development Reconsidered Democracy LARRY DIAMOND Hoover Institution, Stanford University First in the Anrerican Political Science Review in publis6ed 1959, Seymour Martin &dquo;Some Social of Economic Lipset’s essay, Requisites Democracy: and Political has one of the most contro- Development Legitimacy,&dquo; proved and cited articles in the social sciences. versial, durable, frequently Asserting a broad and multistranded between economic relationship development levels and it broke new in what came to be known democracy, ground (quite often as &dquo;modernization and became an essential disparagingly) theory&dquo; reference the for all future work on the point, typically starting point, relationship between and the level of economic political systems development. was &dquo;that is related to the Lipset’s general argument simply democracy state of economic The more well-to-do a the the development. nation, greater will chances that it sustain To demonstrate democracy&dquo; (Lipset, 1960, p. 31 ).1 his he classified the countries of Latin and the America, argument, Europe democracies into two sets of two based on each, English-speaking groups their with for North and America, Australia, experience democracy: Europe, New stable democracies versus unstable democracies and dictator- Zealand, for Latin democracies and unstable versus America, dictatorships ships ; stable Within each or he
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Published: Mar 1, 1992
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