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         Foundations Of Democracy:     more books (100)
  1. The Moral Foundations of United States Constitutional Democracy by James H. Rutherford, 1992-11
  2. Islam and Democracy: A Foundation for Ending Extremism and Preventing Conflict by J. E. Rash, 2006-10-25
  3. What is democracy? (Chicago. University. Charles H. Walgreen Foundation lectures) by Charles Edward Merriam, 1941
  4. The Case for Gridlock: Democracy, Organized Power, and the Legal Foundations of American Government by Marcus E. Ethridge, 2010-04-16
  5. Foundations of democracy;: A series of debates, (Politics and people: the ordeal of self-government in America) by Thomas Vernor Smith, 1974
  6. Candidate Strategies and Electoral Competition in the Russian Federation: Democracy without Foundation (Cambridge Studies in Comparative Politics) by Regina Smyth, 2006-04-24
  7. The Foundation of Merit: Public Service in American Democracy (Interpreting American Politics) by Patricia W. Ingraham, 1995-10-01
  8. Racism, Xenophobia, and Distribution: Multi-Issue Politics in Advanced Democracies (Russell Sage Foundation Books) by John E. Roemer, Woojin Lee, et all 2007-04-20
  9. The Future of Foundations in an Open Society by Bertelsmann Foundation, 1999-08
  10. Democracy and Deterrence: Foundations for an Enduring World Peace by Walter Gary Sharp, 2010-05-31
  11. The Laws of Government: The Legal Foundations of Canadian Democracy by Craig Forcese, Aaron Freeman, 2005-06
  12. Foundations of Parliamentary Democracy in Sierra Leone: My Memories of Parliament by S.V. Wright, 2010-10-02
  13. The CONSERVATIVE FOUNDATIONS OF THE LIBERAL ORDER: Defending Democracy against Its Modern Enemies and Immoderate Friends by Daniel J. Mahoney, 2011-01-15
  14. Westminster style democracy: The Jamaican experience (Grace, Kennedy Foundation lecture) by Gladstone E Mills, 1997

21. Foundations Of Democracy
PROJECTS AND ACTIVITIES TCI lesson on democracy; The Trial of Socrates (Interactlesson). VIDEO Socrates biography; The Fall of Rome . RETURN TO HOMEPAGE
10.1 Students relate the moral and ethical principles in ancient Greek and Roman philosophy, in Judaism and in Christianity to the development of Western political thought, in terms of:

1. the similarities and differences in the Judeo-Christian and Greco-Roman views of law; reason and faith; duties of the individual.
3. the influence of the U.S. Constitution on political systems in the contemporary world
A Central Question: Why has it been so hard to establish and maintain lasting democratic governments?
  • chapter 5, section 2 (pp. 115-119) homework chapter 5, section 3 (pp. 120-125) homework chapter 6, section 1 (pp. 140-145) homework chapter 6, section 2 (pp. 146-152) homework chapter 6, section 4 (pp. 158-163) homework chapter 6, section 5 (pp. 164-167) homework
  • section 5.2 quiz: section 5.3 quiz: section 6.1 quiz: section 6.2 quiz: section 6.4 quiz: section 6.5 quiz: unit test review:
    unit test:
  • TCI lesson on democracy
    The Trial of Socrates (Interact lesson)
  • Socrates biography "The Fall of Rome"

22. Foundations Of Democracy Project Page
PROJECT PAGE THE TRIAL OF SOCRATES ** project under construction**
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25. Foundations Of Democracy
Napoleon, ruler of France. This website is a journey through the foundationsof democracy. It includes the Glorious Revolution of Project/Fondations.htm
Napoleon, ruler of France This website is a journey through the foundations of democracy. It includes the Glorious Revolution of England, the American Revolution and the French Revolution and a comparison of these revolutions. It also includes the philosophers of the time and a works cited . It also covers the effects that changes in government and ideas had on the people of this time period.

26. Summaries Of Tennessee Law Related Education Programs
foundations of democracy Curricular materials for grades K12 on basic conceptsand principles of constitutional democracy authority, privacy, responsibility
Here's a summary of Law Related Education programs available in Tennessee, along with contacts to help you get started.
The Citizen and the Constitution
We the People...Project Citizen
Foundations of Democracy

School Violence Demonstration Project
or one of the nine regional coordinators
We the People...Project Citizen

A middle school civic education program designed to develop interest in public policy-making as well as the ability to participate competently and responsibly in state and local government. The project is administered by the Center for Civic Education in cooperation with the National Conference of State Legislatures. Each year, Project Citizen Tennessee conducts a state competition among participating middle schools. Held at the State Capitol, this competition provides middle school students the opportunity to meet students from all across the state, tour the Capitol and compete with their peers before a panel of judges as they discuss the problem their class selected for study.

27. Barry R. Weingast's Homepage
of State Power in International Competition (with Kenneth A. Schultz), Hoover Essaysin Public Policy (1996); The Political foundations of democracy and the
Home About Hoover Research Publications ... Involvement
Barry R. Weingast
B arry R. Weingast is a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution as well as the Ward C. Krebs Family Professor in the Department of Political Science at Stanford University; he served as chair of that department from 1996 to 2001. He is also a professor of economics, by courtesy, at the university. Weingast is an expert in political economy and public policy, the political foundation of markets and economic reform, U.S. politics, and regulation. His current research focuses on the political determinants of public policymaking and the political foundations of markets and democracy. Weingast is a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. He received the Heinz Eulau Award for Best Paper from the American Political Science Review in 1987. With Charles Stewart, he received the Award for Best Paper in Political History by the American Political Science Association in 1994 and again in 1998. Weingast authored (with Robert Bates, Avner Grief, Margaret Levi, and Jean-Laurent Rosenthal) Analytic Narratives , published in 1998. Weingast is editor, with Kenneth A. Shepsle, of

28. Legal Professionals Fostering Democratic Citizenship In Hungary
Teaching and Learning foundations of democracy in Hungary. This year’s focus wason the Center for Civic Education’s foundations of democracy curriculum.
Teaching and Learning: Foundations of Democracy in Hungary
A delegation of teachers and university faculty from Florida, Texas and Mississippi traveled to Hungary April 7-15, 2001 to facilitate teacher-training and observe the national finals of the Polgár a Demokráciabán- Citizen in a Democracy student academic competition for secondary students. The 3 rd Annual Civitas Institute was held April 11-15, 2001 in Csilleberc a facility in the north hills of Budapest. The four-day institute was modeled on others held in previous years of the exchange. Foundations of Democracy curriculum. Presenters from Florida, Texas and Mississippi demonstrated select secondary and elementary lessons from the curriculum. These select lessons were translated and copies of the secondary and elementary texts were distributed to all participants. Ernest Abisellán, Associate Director of The Florida Law Related Education Association, Inc. administered the institute in collaboration with Zsuzsanna Szollösi, Director of Training, Civitas-Hungary. They found that the institute was well received by the participants.

29. Strengthening Of Popular Participation, Equity,
Strengthening of popular participation, equity, social justice and nondiscriminationas essential foundations of democracy Commission on Human Rights

30. Syllabus-390
Philosophy 390 Philosophical foundations of democracy. (TentativeSyllabus). Fall 2000 Section 73607 Room HSS 104 Days / Time Tues
Philosophy 390: Philosophical Foundations of Democracy
(Tentative Syllabus)
Fall 2000
Section #73607
Room: HSS 104
Days / Time: Tues/Thrs, 9:40-10:55 A.M.
Dr. Jonathan Kaplan
Office: McClung Tower, Room 806
phone: 865-974-7219
Course Description: This course will focus on exploring the philosophical justifications, both historical and contemporary, of liberal democratic society, with a special emphasis on the idea of ‘rights’ and on the conflicts between competing ideals of democratic governments. What rights ought citizens of democratic societies have? How expensive are these to protect? What trade-offs
between rights might be necessary? How do democratic institutions deal with these questions and conflicts? Are such ways of dealing with these questions and conflicts fair? Ought they be?
Required Texts:
The following texts are required. We will be reading substantial portions of them, and they are not currently available in the public domain. Holmes and Sunstein: The Costs of Rights
Rawls: A Theory of Justice
Susan Okin: Gender, Justice, and the Family

31. International Society For Third Sector Research (ISTR)
355371. The foundations of democracy US Foundation Support for Civil Societyin South Africa, 1988-96, Simon Stacey and Sada Aksartova, pp. 373-397.

About ISTR
Membership Regional Networks
and Affinity Groups
... Contact ISTR V O L U M E 12, N U M B E R 4
December 2001
Abstracts available in English Spanish French German
Table of Contents Advanced Networked Technologies in the U.K. Voluntary Sector, Eleanor Burt and John Taylor , pp. 313-326 International NGOs and the Guatemalan Peace Accords, Leonor Blum , pp. 327-353 Child Protection, Voluntary Organizations, and the Public Sector in Sweden, Tommy Lundström , pp. 355-371 The Foundations of Democracy: U.S. Foundation Support for Civil Society in South Africa, 1988-96, Simon Stacey and Sada Aksartova , pp. 373-397 Generosity vs. Altruism: Philanthropy and Charity in the United States and United Kingdom, Karen Wright , pp. 399-416 BOOK REVIEWS John Boli and George M. Thomas (eds.), Constructing World Culture: International Nongovernmental Organizations Since 1875 Review by Wade Roberts , pp. 417-418 E.J. Dionne Jr. (ed.), Community Works: The Revival of Civil Society in America Review by Robert O. Bothwell

32. Collected Essays The American Historical Review, 105.1 The
John Pinder, editor. foundations of democracy in the European Union Fromthe Genesis of Parliamentary Democracy to the European Parliament.
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33. CP4 Proseminar Syllabus Spring 2003
33578 Peerenboom, China’s Long March Toward Rule of Law, Ch. 3, pp. 55-125Weingast,“The Political foundations of democracy and the Rule of Law”.
GVPT 859B/PHIL 688W/PUAF 698J PROSEMINAR IN POLITICS, PHILOSOPHY, AND PUBLIC POLICY Spring 2003 Thursday, 12:30-3:15p.m.        Tydings 1136 David A. Crocker Douglas Grob Christopher Morris Van Munching Hall 3111G Tydings Hall 2126 C Skinner Hall 1102a Office hours : Friday, 11-12 and by appointment Office hours: Thu, 4-5p.m. and by appointment Office hours: Thu, 11-12 and by appointment
Course requirements:
In addition to participating in seminar discussions, members of the seminar will be expected to submit two essays. The first should be 6-8 p. (1,500-2,000 words) in length and is due 20 March; the second should be 12-20 p. (3,000-5,000 words) and is due at the end of term, no later than 14 May. In addition, students will be asked once or twice a term to start off discussion with a short overview of the assigned readings (questions, main points and arguments, questions for discussion). There will be no mid-term or final examination. Texts: A number of books have been ordered by the Bookstore, some of which members of the seminar will be expected to purchase. The texts available at the store are indicated on the bibliography at the end of the syllabus. Photocopies of articles and some of the other texts will be made available, typically a week in advance.

34. Committee For The Study Of Democracy - Graduate Faculty Of Political And Social
We deal with both empirical and normative problems foundations of democracy, democratization,constitutional and political design, conflicts among democratic
Committee for the Study of Democracy provides a framework for faculty and student initiatives focused on democratization and democracy in the contemporary world. The committee's activities help students to pursue interdisciplinary studies concerned with building and sustaining democratic institutions.
The committee draws on the work of members of several departments at the Graduate Faculty, and enlists the active cooperation of a number of international associates. To view a list of committee members, click here Two institutions at the Graduate Faculty, the Transregional Center for Democratic Studies (TCDS) and the International Center for Migration, Ethnicity and Citizenship (ICMEC), are associated with the committee, and many of their activities advance the aims of the committee.
For more information on the Graduate Faculty, contact:

35. Romania
Romania. 1994 May Seminar for 13 regional politicians from Romania, on thetheme The Ethical foundations of democracy . Held in Geneva. REPORT.
Romania May Seminar for 13 regional politicians from Romania, on the theme "The Ethical Foundations of Democracy". Held in Geneva. REPORT 13 Romanian politicians, from different political parties and from all over the country, took part in a nine-day seminar, May 14-22, based in Geneva on 'The ethical foundations of democracy'. The aim of the seminar, organised by Moral Re-Armament Switzerland in association with Foundations for Freedom, was to deepen their understanding of the underlying ethical values on which democracy depends - tolerance, dialogue, respect for opponents - drawing on the Swiss experience. The selecting and organising at the Romanian end was undertaken by the 'Associatia Pro Democratia', a recognised Non-Governmental Organisation involved with civic education, monitoring elections, and training candidates. The 'Soros Foundation for an Open Society' in Bucharest helped in the selection process and covered the costs of travel to and from Geneva. The 13 who came had been chosen out of 130 applicants, and their high level of motivation and hunger to learn were striking A budget of 13,000 Swiss francs was raised from several sources including a grant of 5,000 SwFr from the Geneva Cantonal government.

36. Record Of Foundations For Freedom
1994 May Seminar in Geneva, Switzerland, for 13 regional politiciansfrom Romania, on the theme The Ethical foundations of democracy .
Full list of courses and events May Teachers Seminar Against Corruption, Slavsk, Ukraine April Regional Meeting - Leadership. Can I?, Sydak, Crimea Ukraine March F4F Workshop, Karaostra, Latvia May Twenty-Fourth Visiting Course, Kyiv, Ukraine May Twenty-Second Visiting Course, Crimea, Ukraine October Twenty-First Visiting Course, Novosibirsk, Russia October Twentieth Visiting Course, Moldova May Twenty-Third Visiting Course, Novosibirsk, Russia May First 'Second Phase' Visiting Course, Novosibirsk, Russia January Nineteenth Visiting Course, Stockholm, Sweden : for students from Moscow, Russia. December Seminar on 'Team-building', Krakow, Poland October Eighteenth Visiting Course, Lviv, Ukraine : for teachers. September FFF "Time of Discovery", Britain : leadership training and consultation about the next phase of FFF activities. June Seventeenth Visiting Course, Novosibirsk, Russia April Sixteenth Visiting Course, Crimea

37. CPN - About CPN
Civic Journalism Rebuilding the foundations of democracy By Edward M. Fouhy ExecutiveDirector, Pew Center for Civic Journalism From Civic Partners, Spring 1996
CPN is designed and maintained by ONline @ UW: Electronic Publishing Group.
E-mail us at Topics: Civic Communication Civic Journalism
Rebuilding the Foundations of Democracy By Edward M. Fouhy
Executive Director, Pew Center for Civic Journalism
From Civic Partners, Spring 1996.
Published by the Pew Partnership for Civic Change. Civic journalism is about providing people with the news and information they need to allow them to function as citizens, to make the decisions they are called on to make in a democratic society. To understand this "work-in-progress" of civic journalism, it is useful to lay out the premises on which civic journalism is based. The first premise is that something is eating at the foundations of our society. Take nearly any objective yardstick and use it to measure where we used to be and where we are now as a society:
  • Illegitimate births are up 16 1/2 percent from 1973-1992;

38. USIS -- Issues Of Democracy, January 1998 -- Internet Sites
for Civil Society Studies at the Johns Hopkins Institute for Policy Studies seeksto strengthen the institutional foundations of democracy throughout the world
Please note that USIA assumes no responsibility for the content and availability of those non-USIA resources listed below, which reside solely with the providers.
Click on "E" for English, "F" for French, and "S" for Spanish texts.
Fundamental U.S. Documents
U.S. Constitution

F S Bill of Rights
F S Declaration of Independence
F S The Federalist Papers
U.S. Government
Executive Branch
Legislative Branch

U.S. Senate

U.S. House of Representatives
Cabinet Departments
NOTE: Viewers may want to turn off images due to the large number of graphics in the following web pages. The Academy of Leadership

Founded at the University of Maryland, members of the Academy of Leadership believe that there is leadership within every person. As such, the academy fosters responsible and ethical leadership through education, service and scholarship in the public interest. Alliance for National Renewal (ANR) The Alliance for National Renewal brings together a network of people and organizations who want to better their communities through community builders' stories of renewal, a comprehensive listing of ANR partner organizations and links to community resources. American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) The American Civil Liberties Union is the nation's foremost advocate of individual rights litigating, legislating and educating the public on a broad array of issues affecting individual freedom in the United States.

39. Arizona Foundation For Legal Services And Education - Event Calendar
Course foundations of democracy . Advanced Elementary LRE AcademyCourse - foundations of democracy February 25, 2003 LRE Academy.

40. Arizona Foundation For Legal Services And Education - Law-Related Education Trai
Democracy . LRE Training Opportunity Advanced Elementary LRE AcademyCourse foundations of democracy February 25, 2003 LRE Academy.

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