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Coercion of states

Harrop Arthur Freeman

Coercion of states

in federal unions

by Harrop Arthur Freeman

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Published by The Pacifist Research Bureau in Philadelphia, Pa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Federal government,
  • State governments

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Harrop Freeman and Theodore Paullin.
    SeriesPacifist Research Bureau. Coercion: a study in the use of force. Ser.II,, no. 3, January, 1943
    ContributionsPaullin, Theodore, joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJF751 .F7
    The Physical Object
    Pagination4 p. l., 68 p.
    Number of Pages68
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6455244M
    LC Control Number43015376
    OCLC/WorldCa6795348

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Coercion, Capital, and European States charts a grand theory of history that attempts to explain why Europe in the late 20th century looks like it does, a fairly uniform sprawl of nation-state social democracies, as opposed to the diverse variety of political systems existent over the past years: feudal baronies, city-states, sprawling by: Charles Tilly place emphasis on the relationship between the formation of the states and wars.

The states today as we know as modern emerged as a result of civil wars or waged wars against others. States played a role as the agent of coercion, extraction&distribution of resources and waging wars/5(14).

About this book A signal feature of legal and political institutions is that they exercise coercive power. The essays in this volume examine institutional coercion with the aim of trying to understand its nature, justification and limits. "Capital, Coercion, and Postcommunist States is a history of postcommunist Poland and Russia as seen through the lens of the state's struggle to extract revenue.

Gerald M. Easter is the foremost expert on these developments, and he has crafted a fascinating narrative to carry his penetrating analysis of these countries’ trajectories. Coercion, Capital and European States, A.D. - Charles Tilly. ISBN: April Wiley-Blackwell Pages.

"This is a good and important book. It is well written, and it presents the complex history of European state formation over a time span of one thousand years in a most understandable way.

explained in. Capital, Coercion, and Postcommunist States book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The postcommunist transitions produced two ver 3/5. 1 Coercion in inter-State relations involves the government of one State compelling the government of another State to think or act in a certain way by applying various kinds of pressure, threats, intimidation or the use of force (Use of Force, Prohibition of; Use of Force, Prohibition of Threat).

The Council of State Governments continues a long tradition of “sharing capitol ideas” with the publication of the edition of The Book of the States. SinceCSG has served as a resource for state leaders and a catalyst for innovation and excellence in state governance.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Freeman, Harrop A. (Harrop Arthur), Coercion of states. Philadelphia, Pa., The Pacifist Research Bureau [].

TILLY, CHARLES Coercion., Capital, and European States, AD [Studies in Social Discontinuity] Basil Blackwell, Cambridge (Mass.) [etc.] xi, pp. Maps. £ Let me make it immediately clear: this is a good and important book.

It is well-written, and it presents the complex history of European state formation over a timeAuthor: Henri J. Claessen. Coercion and the State: Justification and Limits. Coercion, Justice, and Democracy This volume fills in the gap by providing an in-depth discussion of the nature and justification of coercion in matters ranging from state authority and democratic legitimacy to national security and human rights.

The book constitutes an important. 1. Cities and States in World History. European Cities and States. How War Made States, and Vice Versa.

States and their Citizens. Lineages of the National State. The European State System. Soldiers and States in References. Index.4/4(1). Set in the aftermath of the collapse of the Iron Curtain, his latest book, Coercion, is a compelling tale of espionage and betrayal, one that will leave its readers wanting more.” —James A.

Baker, III, 61st U.S. Secretary of State/5(K). That person is Gary Gerstle and his book Liberty and Coercion will shape how we understand American governance for years to come."—Jennifer Hochschild, coauthor of Creating a New Racial Order "Liberty and Coercion is a much-needed, cogent, and deftly executed exploration of the American state.

Gerstle's lucid and widely informed argument provides insights never advanced before and will attract. Description: This book reinterprets the last five centuries of European history, a period characterised by war, revolt and contention, by the rise and struggles of states and empires, and by urbanization, enrichment and industrialization.

His focus is on revolutions, their origins in ambition and discontent, and the variability of their outcomes over time and according to place, politics and culture. : Coercion, Capital and European States, A.D. - () by Tilly, Charles and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices/5().

In Coercion, Survival and War Phil Haun chronicles 30 asymmetric interstate crises involving the US from to The U.S. chose coercive strategies in 23 of these cases, but coercion failed half of the time: most often because the more powerful U.S.

made demands that threatened the very survival of the weak state, causing it to resist as. Triadic Coercion will serve as a milestone in international relations theory and especially in the realms of deterrence and coercion theories.

Pearlman and Atzili's book makes a significant contribution to the literature on asymmetrical conflicts and counterinsurgencies and to literature on the conflicts between Israel and its neighbors. One way to read the present book under review, Triadic Coercion, is as offering evidence that this can, indeed, happen.

As explained by the authors, triadic coercion (which they claim "has not received sufficient scholarly attention") is a form of deterrence.

You typically have three actors: two states. Coercion, Capital and European States: AD - | Charles Tilly | download | B–OK. Download books for free.

Find books. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Triadic Coercion Israels Targeting of States That Host Nonstate by Boaz Atzili at the best online prices at .the answer to this question provided by Charles Tilly in his theoretically rich and historically grounded book, Coercion, Capital, and European States, ADand to conclude by offering a brief evaluation of his evolutionary argument.

Tilly explicitly seeks to move beyond dominant perspectives of state formation and state.Buy This Book in Print.

summary. In Capital, Coercion, and Postcommunist States, Gerald M. Easter shows how the cumulative result of the many battles between state coercion and societal capital over taxation gave rise to these distinctive transition by: