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What was Rousseau's basic analysis of inequality?
- natural inequality of man
- artificial inequality via:
- private property, laws, government in response to:
- "perpetual war"
- foundation for Marxian thought
What was Edmunde Burke's basic analysis of the French Revolution?
- Government and society important and complex
- mobs should not destroy gov't unless they have a real plan
- people naturally need gov't
What are the basic notions of Marx?
- civilization determined by class warfare
- democracy assures that upper classes have control
- material forces of production
- legitmiizing democracy through institutions
- democracy just one stage
- eventual proletariat revolution
Basic elements of Anglo Saxon regimes?
- big venture capital companies
- heavy stock exchange
- small government
- hostile takeovers
- short-term gains
Basic elements of Statist/latin regimes?
- small venture capital companiees
- small/limited stock exchange
- big role of banks
- no hostile takeover
- elite beauracracy
Basic elements of corprotist/germanic regimes?
- regulating government
- big unions
- big role of banks
- small venture capital
- no hostile takeovers
- equality
Four main cleavages?
- Reformation state and church
- Democratic Revolution
- Industrial Revolution
- Working class movement