Re-Visioning Democracy in Central Europe and America

Re-Visioning Democracy in Central Europe and America

Editors: Jerzy Kutnik & Cezar M. Ornatowski

 

CONTENTS

CEZAR M. ORNATOWSKI

Introduction: Re-Visioning Democracy; Europe and America or Europe vs. America?

VINCENT N. PARRILLO

Diversity in America: Strength Not Weakness

THOMAS LUNDMARK

Shapes of Democracy

COLETTE MAZZUCELLI

Re-Visioning Democracy: The American Reaction to European Integration Since Maastricht

MATTHEW MANCINI

Democracy; Revolution, and Intellectuals: The Persistent Relevance of Alexis de Tocqueville

CEZAR M. ORNATOWSKI

Democracy and Discourse: A Rhetorical Perspective on Political Change and the Emergence of Democracy in Poland

EDNA MITCHELL

Transformations in Pluralism in America: Challenges for Education

EWA A. GOLEBIOWSKA

The Future of Poland’s Minority Groups: Insights from American Models of Tolerance

WILLIAM LANG

The Fundamental Dilemma: Conflict Between the European and Native American World Views

WELCH EVERMAN

The Walking Dead: New World Zombies and Old

MICHAEL BLUMENTHAL

“Je change, donc je suis”. Some Reflections on Proteanism as an American Value

MAREK GOLEBIOWSKI

The Common Man in Rogers and Hammerstein Musicals

ZBIGNIEW KWIECIEƑ

U.S.A. and the Philippines, 1898-1935: The Shaping of American-type Democracy

ZBIGNIEW MAZUR

American Traditions of Self-Defence: The Colonial Militia in 17th Century Virginia