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Legitimacy and Power Politics:
The American and French Revolutions in International Political Culture
Mlada Bukovansky

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Acknowledgments vii
Chapter One: Introduction: The Transformation of Legitimacy 1
Explaining the Transformation
International Political Culture
Plan of the Book
Chapter Two: International Political Culture and Systemic Change 15
The Cultural Dimensions of International Politics
Interplay between Culture and Strategy
Methodology
Conclusion
Chapter Three: Old Regime Political Culture 61
International Relations: Strategic Overview
The Political Culture of Old Regime Europe
Cultural Complementarities: Enlightenment and Monarchy
Cultural Contradictions in the Old European Order
Conclusion
Chapter Four: The American Revolution 110
Republicanism
Political Economy
Cosmopolitanism versus Nationalism in American Foreign Policy
Conclusion
Chapter Five: The French Revolution 165
The Collapse of the Ancien Régime
Revolution and War
Conclusion
Chapter Six: Conclusion: Fractured Hegemony and the Seeds of Change 211
Legacies
Political Culture and Systemic Change
Bibliography 235
Index 247

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