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Department
Biochemistry
Course
BIOCH499A
Professor
Gail Amort- Larson
Semester
Winter

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12/04/2013 CHAPTER 7 CHEAT SHEET: Legislative bodies made to take power from the government and make sure government acted in benefit of  public;  More parties = more competition; leading party is usually dominant ideology  CADRE PARTIES Support of rich notables, concerned with electing members to party than building strong membership Didn’t want masses… but the elites, specific interests of elite Usually Conservative, formed in Parliament advice for the leaders and parliamentary members PARTY LEADERSHIP DETERMINES POSITION MASS PARTIES Draw support from regular payments and dues; organize masses to push forward a voice Usually appeal to working class, formed outside Parliament, Have stronger connections to citizens, more members; authority to party convention to decide what policy positions they should pursue   Gaining support: Party Conventions: meeting of delegates + legislators + officials, look over platform Mass Parties may be more democratic… but eventually come into the hands of a  few people (IRON LAW OF OLIGARCHY) MODERN PARTIES: ELECTORAL­PROFESSIONAL Mobilize during campaign, heavy influence on marketing, Want votes, not strongly ideological; Conservative Downplay ideology during elections BROKERAGE Accommodates as many interests as it can to build broad support Liberals PROGRAMMATIVE Distinct ideological perspective or coherent set of policy goals Or.. a certain culture.. e.g. Quebec PERSONALISTIC PARTIES Promote e
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