Reserves

196.311, Spring 2022

Mounk, Yascha, Spring 2022, Applebaum, Anne, Spring 2022
Eisenhower Reserves
Enrolled course users: for a list of electronic materials, see https://ares.library.jhu.edu/shib/.
1.

How democracies die Book , Print in English

Steven Levitsky & Daniel Ziblatt. 2018

Levitsky, Steven,

"Donald Trump's presidency has raised a question that many of us never thought we'd be asking: Is our democracy in danger? Harvard professors Steven Levitsky and Daniel Ziblatt have spent more than twenty years studying the breakdown of democracies in Europe and Latin America,…
Eisenhower B Level

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Due: Aug 31 2022
JC423.L4855 2018 c. 1
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JC423.L4855 2018 c. 2
SAIS Main Stacks

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Due: Jan 26 2023
JC423 .L485 2018
2.
Yascha Mounk. 2018

Mounk, Yascha, 1982-

From India to Turkey, from Poland to the United States, authoritarian populists have seized power. Two core components of liberal democracy--individual rights and the popular will--are at war, putting democracy itself at risk. In plain language, Yascha Mounk describes how we got…
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JC423 .M7387 2018 c. 1
SAIS Main Stacks

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Due: May 6 2023
JC423 .M685 2018
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Anne Applebaum. 2020

Applebaum, Anne, 1964-

"A Pulitzer Prize-winning historian and journalist explains, with electrifying clarity, why some of her contemporaries have abandoned liberal democratic ideals in favor of strongman cults, nationalist movements, or one-party states. Across the world today, from the U.S. to Europe…
Eisenhower M Level Reserves

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JC480.A67 2020 c. 1
SAIS Main Stacks

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Due: Jun 30 2022
JC480 .A67 2020

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