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Huntington, Samuel,

1731–96, political leader in the American Revolution, signer of the Declaration of Independence, b. Windham, Conn. He was a delegate (1775–84) to and president (1779–81) of the Continental Congress before serving as governor of Connecticut (1786–96).

Bibliography

See A. E. Waugh, Samuel Huntington and His Family (1968).

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Samuel Huntington refuta o multiculturalismo interno (que ameaca os Estados Unidos e o Ocidente) e o universalismo externo (que ameaca o Ocidente e o mundo), pois ambos, segundo entende, negam a singularidade da cultura ocidental.
They can accept the realism of Samuel Huntington not in despair--as a chastened liberal might--but in confidence that the measures we need do not mean the sacrifice of our ideals.
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According to Ruzin, in the year when 20 years from the publishing of Samuel Huntington's text "Clash of Civilizations" that insisted on showing that after the wall of communism and the development of globalization, the political nationalism is to reduce, we witness a typical Huntington rivalry of the iconographies of Macedonians and Albanians.
ARGENTINA, PORTUGAL, THE Soviet Union: All turned democratic during what the political scientist Samuel Huntington famously called the "Third Wave" of democratization, a phenomenon of the 1970s, '80s, and early '90s.
As a work of meta-history, much of the material here is familiar as Fukuyama retreads ground covered by Samuel Huntington, Immanuel Wallerstein and others.
The book makes an enormous contribution to debates on "clash of civilizations" by critically examining various cases of war and conflict, which is one of the key elements of the thesis formulated by Samuel Huntington and popularized by the media.
Founded in 1970 by Samuel Huntington and Warren Demian Manshel, Foreign Policy is the premier, award-winning magazine of global politics, economics,and ideas.