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Raison D'etat
raison d'etat. Justification of overriding state power. There are circumstances when the need to ensure the security or well-being of the state or the ...
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Incrementalism
incrementalism. (20th century). A theory of the manner in which governments make decisions. Policies are changed bit by bit in response to changing ...
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Virtual Representation
Virtual representation in politics. ... virtual representation. (18th century). Justification of pre-democratic politics. ...
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Cyclical Theory
Cyclical theory in politics. ... cyclical theory. See: 'Cyclical Theory " page of EconomyProfessor. Have a Say? Submit additional information | Correct ...
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Exit, Voice, and Loyalty
exit, voice and loyalty. (1970). Theory of dissidence described by American political scientist Albert Otto Hirschman (1915- ). ...
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Vladimir Ilyich Lenin
About Vladimir Ilyich Lenin. ... At age forty seven Vladimir Ilyich Lenin was named president of the Society of Peoples Commissars (Communist Party). ...
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Tyranny of the Majority
Tyranny of the majority in politics. ... An avoidable danger of democracy was a tyranny of majority opinion which would suppress the drive to individual ...
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Virtual Representation
Virtual representation in politics. ... virtual representation. (18th century). Justification of pre-democratic politics. ...
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Withering Away of the State
Since states only exist to regulate class conflict, the state will thereafter be redundant and will wither away. Source: David McLellan, Marxism after Marx ...
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Withering Away of the State
Since states only exist to regulate class conflict, the state will thereafter be redundant and will wither away. Source: David McLellan, Marxism after Marx ...
 
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