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Unformatted text preview: b) Decline of mass groups (unions, fraternals) i) Drastic decline in union membership c) Proliferation of groups d) Rise of specialized advocacy organizations, often oriented around post materials issues e) Hyperpluralism i) 1960-365 registered lobbying groups ii) 200145000 registered lobbying groups 4) The Pluralists Respond a) Dahl b) Power involves a successful attempt by A to get B to do something he would not otherwise do c) Power judged by observation of decision-making in particular areas (nominations, education, redevelopment) d) Conclusion: Pluralism i) Different people dominated at different times in different domains 5) Preferences vs. Goals...
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- Spring '07