- Author:Thomas R. Dye
- Publisher:Duxbury Press; 5th edition (January 1, 1981)
- Pages:537 pages
- Subcategory:Politics & Government
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The Irony of Democracy book.
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While most American government books address politics from a pluralist perspective, this book approaches the subject using an elitist perspective. It helps readers understand why the U S government works as it does. Описание: This book begins with the emergence of peoples in North America and traces their stories to the beginning of the early twenty-first century.
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While most American politics texts address American politics from a pluralist perspective, THE IRONY OF DEMOCRACY: AN. .He is the author of numerous books and articles on American government and public policy.
He is the author of numerous books and articles on American government and public policy.
by Louis Schubert, Thomas R. Dye, Harmon Zeigler English January 1.While most American government texts address politics from a pluralist perspective.
While most American government texts address politics from a pluralist perspective, this text approaches the subject by addressing the theme of elitism and contrasting it with democratic theory and modern pluralist theory. As a result, this text helps readers understand why the . government works as it does.
An Uncommon Introduction to American Politics.
The Irony of Democracy : An Uncommon Introduction to American Politics. by Thomas R. Dye and L. Harmon Zeigler.