The right to rule how states win and lose legitimacy by bruce gilley columbia university press 2009 online appendices chapter 1 appendix 1a measurement approaches concept of legitimacy on the table to be proven or disproved according to reliability testing to many scholars that is precisely the advantage of this approach. The right to rule how states win and lose legitimacy by bruce gilley new york columbia university press 2009 336 pp 3450 the question of legitimacy who gets to rule and why is perhaps one of the oldest problems in politics from ancient tribal councils to the modern book reviews 163. The right to rule how states win and lose legitimacy by bruce gilley. Popular perceptions of a states legitimacy are inextricably bound to its ability to rule vast military and material reserves cannot counter the power of a citizens belief and the more widespread the crisis of a states legitimacy the greater the threat to its stability even such established democracies as france and india are losing their moral claims over society while such highly . The right to rule how states win and lose legitimacy bruce gilley published in 2009 in new york by columbia university press the empirical study of legitimacy sources of legitimacy change over time legitimation an historical case uganda after 1986 the consequences of legitimacy conclusion widening our horizons
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