POL214Y1 Lecture Notes - Behaviorism, Corporatism, Robert A. Dahl

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however, their powers are limited: flaherty can"t finalize deal with. Interest groups are more lose; may not have formal interest and might disband after their issue is added to the political agenda. Interest groups are concentrated in the membership: agricultural subsidies only useful if you"re a farmer, etc. goods generated through a strike is localized to the workers: yet wages and benefits that are generated also go to non- unionized workers, ex. 40 hour work week and two day weekend. state is a playing field where interest groups battled. states doesn"t have autonomous interests of their own; government seen as a process of groups competing for their ideals to be policy. tend to think that struggle between groups represents public interest itself; it"s the only reasonable to calculate it. neo-pluralists don"t think as much; they don"t see this system as fair as open as the original pluralists do: class analysis:

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