Pluralist Democracy

As a concept, pluralist democracy is highly relativistic, ranging from a potentially broadly defined condition to a narrowly defined, nearly corporatist model. Arguably, both conditions or states could be said to be pluralist within an overarching democratic political system.

In theory, the ...

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