I. Introduction

II. The Idea of Ordered Conflict

III. Imperfections in the Adversary System

IV. The Role of Law in Coping With Conflict and Social Change

V. The Adversary System in a Complex American Democracy

VI. A Period of Intensifying Social Conflict and Search for Identity

VII. Social Despair and Acquiring Meaning through Joining a Micro-Community

VIII. How Doctrine Helps Shape and Balance our Political System

IX. Doctrine as a System and Structure

X. Conclusion: Democracy, Change, and Conflict