Pluralist Democracy in the United States: Conflict and Consent

By: Dahl, Robert A.

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xix + 471 pp, index, numerous figures and tables. Spine slanted, corners bumped, slight edge wear, number stamped on front end paper. Jacket shows some rubbing and darkening, a little edge wear, ink doodling on back cover. A nice copy.

"The basic these of this introductory text is an analysis of conflict and consent in the American system of government. The book maintains that all forms of government were established to resolve the conflict which naturally results from communal living, and investigates the various ways in which groups arrive at 'the consent of the governed.' The study begins with the formation of the American pluralist democracy; discusses the political institutions and how they contribute to that democracy and how the institutions change; examines how pluralist democracy functions in conflict and assesses the influence of the individual in a pluralist democracy."; 7¾" - 9¾" Tall

Title: Pluralist Democracy in the United States: Conflict and Consent

Author Name: Dahl, Robert A.

Categories: U. S. History,

Edition: Third Printing

Publisher: Chicago, Rand, McNally & Co.: 1968

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good in Good+ dust jacket

Seller ID: 005089

Keywords: United States History U. S. Government Electoral Institutions Political Science Two Party System Electoral Conflicts Political Parties