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《Journal of Harbin University》 2007-11
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Commentary Review on Huntington's Thoughts of Political Stability

HOU Fang(Hunan Normal University,Changsha 410081,China)  
Start with the political turbulence condition actually existed in modern developing countries after the Second World War,Huntington studies the factors affecting political stability.He believes that modernity can bring political stability while modernization brings instability.The root of the instability is the imbalance of the political participation and the level of political institutionalization in the process of modernization.Therefore,his proposals stress the influence of a powerful government and political party.He also highlights the significance of peasants.He has unique understanding on defining the public interest and dealing with corruption.His philosophy of the political stability enlightens many developing countries including China though there are inevitable history limits due to his class perspective,research condition and environment.
【CateGory Index】: D097.12
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