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" A regime does not collapse unless and until some alternative is organized in such a way as to present a real choice for isolated individuals. "
The Indonesian Parliament and Democratization - ˹ 25
Patrick Ziegenhain - 2008 - 238 ˹
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Transitions from Authoritarian Rule: Comparative Perspectives, 3

Guillermo ODonnell, Philippe C. Schmitter, Laurence Whitehead - 1986 - 190 ˹
...livelihood is prevented from organizing by repression or cooptation. A regime does not collapse unless and until some alternative is organized in such a way...to present a real choice for isolated individuals. Only when one has the option of not disciplining children, not leaving the factory but occupying it...
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Beyond Capitalism Vs. Socialism in Kenya and Tanzania

Joel D. Barkan - 1994 - 293 ˹
...transition to democracy, Przeworski (1986: 52-53) has stressed that "a regime does not collapse unless and until some alternative is organized in such a way...to present a real choice for isolated individuals." Such alternatives typically do not arise in the domestic arena but become available as models through...
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Social Currents in Eastern Europe: The Sources and Consequences of the Great ...

Sabrina P. Ramet - 1995 - 598 ˹
...alternative is created, the regime may well seem indestructible. "A regime does not collapse unless and until some alternative is organized in such a way...to present a real choice for isolated individuals," according to Przeworski.26 What O'Donnell, Schmitter, Whitehead, and their collaborators understood...
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Alternative oder Irrweg?: Religion als politischer Faktor in einem ...

Ted Wende - 2001 - 150 ˹
...reproduce it or it collapses" (ebd.). Zudem betont er, dass "a regime does not collapse unless and until some alternative is organized in such a way...to present a real choice for isolated individuals" (ebd., S. 51). Solange andererseits keine Alternative zum Bestehenden in Sicht ist, erscheint ein Zusammenbruch...
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Egyptian Politics: The Dynamics of Authoritarian Rule

Maye Kassem - 2004 - 213 ˹
...contained by the regime. Furthermore, as Adam Przeworski points out, "A regime does not collapse unless and until some alternative is organized in such a way as to present a real choice for isolated individuals."69 In the case of Egypt, the symbolic nature of political reforms means that this choice...
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