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Published online by Cambridge University Press:  23 November 2023

Ewa Atanassow
Affiliation:
Bard College, Berlin
Thomas Bartscherer
Affiliation:
Bard College, New York
David A. Bateman
Affiliation:
Cornell University, New York
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When the People Rule
Popular Sovereignty in Theory and Practice
, pp. vii - viii
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Print publication year: 2023
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Contents

  1. List of Figures

  2. Notes on Contributors

  3. Preface and Acknowledgments

  4. Table of Cases

  5. Introduction

    Ewa Atanassow, Thomas Bartscherer, and David A. Bateman

  6. Part I

    1. 1Plato and the Problems of Modern Politics

      Thomas Bartscherer

    2. 2The Sovereign and the Tyrant: Boundaries and Violation in Oedipus

      Elizabeth K. Markovits

    3. 3The Fact of Fiction: Popular Sovereignty as Belief and Reality

      Ioannis D. Evrigenis

    4. 4Thomas Hobbes and the Making of Popular Sovereignty

      Richard Boyd

    5. 5Popular Sovereignty on Trial: Tocqueville versus Schmitt

      Ewa Atanassow

  7. Part II

    1. 6“As God Rules the Universe”: Reflections on the People and the State in Early America

      Ira Katznelson

    2. 7The Sovereign People and the Liberal Democratic State

      David A. Bateman

    3. 8Three Vignettes: Popular Sovereignty in French History

      Daniella Sarnoff

    4. 9The Founding of India and Popular Sovereignty

      Ornit Shani

    5. 10The “Other” Boundary Problem: Fictions of Popular Sovereignty at the State’s Edge

      Matthew Longo

    6. 11The #BlackLivesMatter Movement and Black Public Opinion: A New Populist Divide in the Black Community?

      Alvin B. Tillery, Jr.

    7. 12Popular Sovereignty and Recognition

      H. Abbie Erler

    8. 13Populism, Popular Sovereignty, and Periphery

      Julia R. Azari and Alexis Nemecek

  8. Part III

    1. 14The Place of Constitutional Courts in Regimes Embracing Popular Sovereignty: Recent Problems in American Self-Governance

      Carol Nackenoff

    2. 15Popular Sovereignty, Populism, and Stories of Peoplehood

      Rogers M. Smith

    3. 16Popular Sovereignty in the Trump Era: A Case Study of Pedagogy and Practice

      Nicole Mellow and Andrew J. Perrin

    4. 17The Voices of the People

      Adam Davis

    5. Epilogue – The Precipice of Hope: A Conversation with Hahrie Han

  9. Select Bibliography

  10. Index

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