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Darwisha, B. , The Consolidation of Democracy in East-Central Europe (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997), p. 40 Srd¯an Dvornik Actors without Society Apart from the fact that the model in itself does not deserve an uncritical endorsement, the receptive countries of the postcommunist world did not meet certain essential requirements for its implementation. ” The tacit assumption, however, includes more than that: that the “popular wishes and demands” will be conscious and articulated; that there will be appropriate organizational resources, knowledge, and skills to present them in the public arena and introduce them into the political process; that there will be open channels of public communication, etc.

In postcommunist countries, there was territorial friction and migrations, conflicts around minorities and nationalities, secessionist tendencies. 2) Much more importantly, the transformations in the first three groups were a process of modernization that had a strictly political and constitutional character (to do with the form of government and the relation between state and society), whereas at the end of socialism the main task was to reform economy – to create a whole new class of entrepreneurs, by way of a political decision.

3–6 (available at http://www. HTM). , Philosophy of Social Choice (Warsaw: IFiS Publishers, 1990), pp. 309–16. The connection between the problem of simultaneity and the consolidation of democracy is discussed in Merkel, “Plausible Theory, Unexpected Results,” pp. pdf Merkel, “Plausible Theory, Unexpected Results,” p. 28. 45 46 Srd¯an Dvornik Actors without Society conclusion, almost the whole period of the postcommunist transformation. This makes the “simultaneity dilemma” itself a symptom of (mis)apprehending the nature, substance, and structure of those changes, which offers an opportunity to point out by contrast what was missed.

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