GNED 1303 Chapter 2: On Democracy - Robert Dahl

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Oligarchy: a small group of people having control of a country, organization, or institution. Anarchism: belief in the abolition of all government and the organization of society on a voluntary, cooperative basis without recourse to force or compulsion. Logic of equality: creates the push towards democratic participation development. When people began to set down for long stretches of time in fixed popular participation in gov (group identity, little outside interference, and assumption of equality) became rare communities for agriculture and trade, that"s when these circumstances of. 500 b. c. e conditions reappeared: popular governments vanished, hierarchy and domination became natural, monarchies, despotisms, aristocracies, or oligarchies, primitive democracy, was reinvented in a more advanced form, occurred in europe. Each eligible citizen stood an equal chance of being: greece and rome popular participation by a substantial # of citizens. Athenians adopted a system of popular gov lasted 2 centuries. Demos the people, and kratos to rule. Assembly everyone had the right to participate.

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