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Volume 109 - Number 3 - Conference Issue: Presidential and Parliamentary Democracies: Which Work Best?, Special Issue 1994

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Note from the Director of the Italian Academy for Advanced Studies in America
Maristella Lorch

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Editor's Introduction
Demetrios Caraley

pp. 7-12
 

Presidential Democracy in America: Toward the Homogenized Regime
American Presidential Democracy: Discussion, pp. 415-438

pp. 401-415
 

American Presidential Democracy: Discussion
Demetrios Caraley

pp. 415-438
 

The Italian Particracy: Beyond President and Parliament
Mauro Calise

pp. 441-460
 

Italian Parliamentary Democracy: Discussion
Maristella Lorch

pp. 461-479
 

Changing Perceptions of the British System
Leon D. Epstein

pp. 483-498
 

British Parliamentary Democracy: Discussion
Ira Katznelson

pp. 498-512
 

Foreign Policy in a Presidential Democracy
Theodore C. Sorensen

pp. 515-528
 

Foreign Policy in the Italian Democracy
Giulio Andreotti

pp. 529-537
 

Concluding Reflections
Richard Pious

pp. 541-547

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