1. Introduction Mark E. Warren; 2. Do we want trust in government? Russell Hardin; 3. How can we trust our fellow citizens? Claus Offe; 4. Trust, well-being and democracy Ronald Inglehart; 5. Democracy and social capital Eric M. Uslaner; 6. Liberty against the democratic state: on the historical and contemporary sources of American distrust Orlando Patterson; 7. Trust, voluntary association and workable democracy: the contemporary American discourse of civil society Jean Cohen; 8. Trust and its surrogates: psychological foundations of political process Rom Harre; 9. Geographies of trust James C. Scott; 10. Altruistic trust Jane Mansbridge; 11. Democratic theory and trust Mark E. Warren; 12. Conclusion Mark E. Warren.
"...absorbing and important book. ...offers excellent reading and many suggestions for future research for anyone interested in social philosophy or democratic theory." Philosophy in Review "...Mark Warren provides an effective framework for the diverse set of contributions that comprise the volume and develops a typoogy of theories of trust and democracy... the volume makes a valuabe contribution to the study of trust and democracy. Virginia A Chanley, Political Theory