Comparative Politics Notes

Comparative - Patrick McGroder Comparative Politics Notes Barrington Moore Social Class Theory o Faction o Aristocracy Monarchy o Bourgeoisie

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Unformatted text preview: Patrick McGroder January 30, 2008 Comparative Politics Notes - Barrington Moore Social Class Theory o Faction o Aristocracy/ Monarchy o Bourgeoisie Petty-Bourgeoisie Teachers Mom pop stores Proleteriat-Lumpen Peasantry/ Serfs Challenge of modernization> revolution from the middle > bourgeoise new revo from above> fascism revo from below> communism No bourgeoisie > No Democracy Enclosure movement- see pic Colonies- US, Canada, Australia, Afica Oppressive system based on ideology fascism Weimar Republic - 1920-1950 - 1917 Revolution Lenin and Communist states' ...
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course HIST 101 taught by Professor O'donnell during the Spring '08 term at Holy Cross (MA).

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