lenin333 Posted February 18, 2009 Share Posted February 18, 2009 I am almost through my core course in comparative politics and will take my comp in May or August. I am interested to see what others thought would be essential texts to own, not just read. I have a lot already, but I am looking for edited volumes such as Comparative Historical Analysis in the Social Sciences by Mahoney and Rauschmeyer. I am going to buy the new Comparative Politics by Lichbach, but are there any other suggestions? Here are some of the texts that I already have and have read: Olson - Logic of Collective Action Schumpeter - CSD Kingdon - Agendas Huntington - Political Order; The Third Wave Horowitz - Ethnic Groups & Conflict Moore - Origins Anderson - Imagined Communities Tarrow - Power in Movement Polanyi - The Great Transformation Neustadt - Presidential Power Tsebelis - Nested Games Putnam - Making Democracy Work Gellner - Nations & Nationalism Lijphart - Patterns of Democracy Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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