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The Sources of Social Power: Vols 1-4, 2nd edition
: The Sources of Social Power: Vols 1-4, 2nd edition
: Michael Mann
: Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
: 2012-2013
: pdf
: 578+844+520+496
: 102 mb
: English

Volume 1. A History of Power from the Beginning to AD 1760

Preface to the new edition vii

Preface xxv

1 Societies as organized power networks 1

2 The end of general social evolution: how prehistoric peoples evaded power 34

3 The emergence of stratification, states, and multi-power-actor civilization in Mesopotamia 73

4 A comparative analysis of the emergence of stratification, states, and multi-power-actor civilizations 105

5 The first empires of domination: the dialectics of compulsory cooperation 130

6 Indo-Europeans and iron: expanding, diversified power networks 179

7 Phoenicians and Greeks: decentralized multi-power-actor civilizations 190

8 Revitalized empires of domination: Assyria and Persia 231

9 The Roman territorial empire 250

10 Ideology transcendent: the Christian ecumene 301

11 A comparative excursus into the world religions: Confucianism, Islam, and (especially) Hindu caste 341

12 The European dynamic: I. The intensive phase, a.d. 800-1155 373

13 The European dynamic: II. The rise of coordinating states, 1155-1477 416

14 The European dynamic: III. International capitalism and organic national states, 1477-1760 450

15 European conclusions: explaining European dynamism - capitalism, Christendom, and states 500

16 Patterns of world-historical development in agrarian societies 518

Index 543

Volume 2. The Rise of Classes and Nation-States, 1760-1914

Preface to the new edition vii

Preface xix

1 Introduction 1

2 Economic and ideological power relations 23

3 A theory of the modern state 44

4 The Industrial Revolution and old regime liberalism in Britain, 1760-1880 92

5 The American Revolution and the institutionalization of confederal capitalist liberalism 137

6 The French Revolution and the bourgeois nation 167

7 Conclusion to Chapters 4-6: The emergence of classes and nations 214

8 Geopolitics and international capitalism 254

9 Struggle over Germany: I. Prussia and authoritarian national capitalism 297

10 Struggle over Germany: II. Austria and confederal representation 330

11 The rise of the modern state: I. Quantitative data 358

12 The rise of the modern state: II. The autonomy of military power 402

13 The rise of the modern state: III. Bureaucratization 444

14 The rise of the modern state: IV. The expansion of civilian scope 479

15 The resistible rise of the British working class, 1815-1880 510

16 The middle-class nation 546

17 Class struggle in the Second Industrial Revolution, 1880-1914: I. Great Britain 597

18 Class struggle in the Second Industrial Revolution, 1880-1914: II. Comparative analysis of working-class movements 628

19 Class struggle in the Second Industrial Revolution, 1880-1914: III. The peasantry 692

20 Theoretical conclusions: Classes, states, nations, and the sources of social power 723

21 Empirical culmination - over the top: Geopolitics, class struggle, and World War I 740

Appendix Additional tables on state finances and state employment 803

Index 816

Volume 3. Global Empires and Revolution, 1890-1945

Preface vii

1 Introduction 1

2 Globalization imperially fractured: The British Empire 17

3 America and its empire in the Progressive Era, 1890-1930 58

4 Asian empires: Fallen dragon, rising sun 100

5 Half-global crisis: World War I 129

6 Explaining revolutions: Phase 1, proletarian revolutions, 1917-1923 167

7 A half-global crisis: Explaining the Great Depression 208

8 The new deal: America shifts left 241

9 The development of social citizenship in capitalist democracies 280

10 The Fascist alternative, 1918-1945 315

11 The Soviet alternative, 1918-1945 347

12 Japanese imperialism, 1930-1945 371

13 Explaining the Chinese revolution 398

14 The last interimperial war, 1939-1945 423

15 Conclusion 457

Bibliography 467

Index 505

Volume 4. Globalizations, 1945-2011

1 Globalizations 1

2 The postwar global order 13

3 America in war and cold war, 1945-1970: Class conflicts 37

4 U.S. civil rights and identity struggles 67

5 American empire during the cold war, 1945-1980 86

6 Neoliberalism, rise and faltering, 1970-2000 129

7 The fall of the Soviet alternative 179

8 The Maoist alternative reformed 218

9 A theory of revolution 246

10 American empire at the turn of the twenty-first century 268

11 Global crisis: The great neoliberal recession 322

12 Global crisis: Climate change 361

13 Conclusion 400

Bibliography 433

Index 469









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