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Wilson Ch. 1.2

AP Government

Majoritarian Politics Leaders constrained to follow wishes of the people very closelyApplies when issues are simple, clear, and feasible
Elitism Rule by identifiable group of persons who possess a disproportionate share of political power
Marxism government merely a reflection of underlying economic forces
C. Wright Mills: power elite composed of corporate leaders, generals, and politicians
Max Weber: bureaucratic view bureaucracies based on expertise, specialized competence
Pluralist View no single elite has a monopoly on power; hence must bargain and compromise
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