Democracy, states and the struggle for global justice
By: Gautney, Heather | Dahbour, Omar | Dawson, Ashley.
Contributor(s): Smith, Neil.Material type: BookPublisher: London Routledge 2009Description: xii,348p. 24 cm.ISBN: 9780415989824 .Subject(s): Democracy | State, The | Social justiceDDC classification: 321.8 Online resources: Table of contents only
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Altered states / Neil Smith -- Radical theories of democracy and sovereignty -- Crude wars / Timothy Brennan and Keya Ganguly -- Sovereign right and the global left / Susan Buck-Morss -- Envisioning transnational democracy : cross-border communities and regional human rights frameworks / Carol C. Gould -- Twilight of sovereignty or the emergence of cosmopolitan norms? Rethinking citizenship in volatile times / Seyla Benhabib -- New spatial scales of democracy -- Activism and radical democracy in New Mexico's nuclear ecology : scale and participation in citizen action / Jeffrey Bussolini -- Cities as new spaces for citizenship claims : globalization, urban politics, and civil society in Brazil, Mexico, and South Africa in the 1990s / Gianpaolo Baiocchi and Sofia Checa -- American democracy : from continental empire to regional pluralist commonwealth / Gar Alperovitz -- The common good : towards an alternative Europe / Susan George -- Rethinking activism and the state -- Is another state possible? / Heather Gautney -- Another country : the postcolonial state, environmentality, and landless people's movements / Ashley Dawson -- Disarticulate the state! Maximizing democracy in "new" autonomous movements in the Americas / Michael Menser -- Community gardens, convivial spaces, and the seeds of a radical democratic counterpublic / Benjamin Shepard -- How do we get from here to there? / Frances Fox Piven -- Conclusion : conflict, coexistence, and the next global assemblage / Michael Menser.