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PLSC3362-Oct26 - Revolt Against Complexity Fascism and...

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Revolt Against Complexity Fascism and Nationalism 26/10/2007 13:17:00 Complexity Defined Basic ingredients o Increased size o increases differentiation types of complexity o institutional o situational (anomie) o analytical Pluralism defined Competing visions competing sources of power interdependence another word for complexity Pluralism Advantages o Freedom- political, religious, economic, etc. ex. New mosques being built o multiple choices Disadvantages o Disorientation o anomie “Cradle for fear” NATIONALISM  Eamon De Valera o Born in New York, NY
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o Great Irish Leader o Prime minister of Irish Free State gradually eliminated the king The New Religion o o an "old" verity that is not so old History of Nationalism o The French Revolution o The new literacy Everybody in Europe spoke French FDR spoke French as well
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This note was uploaded on 04/13/2008 for the course PLSC 3362 taught by Professor Carter during the Fall '07 term at SMU.

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