《Political Order and Political Decay》的笔记-The Long Road to Democracy
- 章节名：The Long Road to Democracy
- 2015-01-04 19:05:51
1848年的欧洲和现在的中国很像？The social transformation was at this point very incomplete, however; even in the most economically advanced European societies, the middle class still constituted a minority of the population. These middle classes were themselves split between those who wanted strong legal protections for their persons and property rights, and those interested in broader democratic participation. The majority of European populations remained peasants, artisans and tradesmen, and an incipient working class that was at this point largely unorganized. The European situation was thus comparable to that of emerging market countries like Thailand and China today. The conservatives in 1848 were able to break the revolutionary momentum by splitting the ranks of the middle class through appeals to nationalism, and by playing on its fears of disorder.
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