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Larry Diamond is the author of Squandered Victory and a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University. He has served as the co-editor of the widely respected Journal of Democracy since its founding in 1990. He lives in Stanford, California.
|Introduction: At the Dawn of the Democratic Era|
|A World Partally Transformed|
|The Universal Value||p. 17|
|The Democratic Boom||p. 39|
|The Democratic Recession||p. 56|
|What Drives Democracy: The Indernal Factors||p. 88|
|What Drives Democracy: The External Factors||p. 106|
|What Drives Democracy: The Regional Influence||p. 135|
|What Sustains Democracy||p. 153|
|The Prospects for Global Democracy|
|Latin America's Uneasy Progress||p. 171|
|The Postcommunist Divide||p. 190|
|The Asian Exception?||p. 208|
|Africa, Overcoming Personal Rule||p. 238|
|Can the Middle East Democratize?|
|The Path to Democratic Renewal|
|Making Democracies Work||p. 291|
|Promoting Democracy Effectively||p. 314|
|Physician, Heal Thyself||p. 345|
|Acknowled gements||p. 429|
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