7 edition of The attentive public; polyarchical democracy found in the catalog.
The attentive public; polyarchical democracy
Donald John Devine
|Statement||[by] Donald J. Devine.|
|Series||American politics research series|
|LC Classifications||HM261 .D48 1970|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 146 p.|
|Number of Pages||146|
|LC Control Number||77098430|
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Knopf, Georgetown University Professor George Carey called Devine's book "refreshing and thought provoking,"  while Professor Tibor Machan found reflecting upon its mix of philosophical and empirical research a "rewarding experience  and William Buckley found it "wonderfully useful. They concluded that it would be necessary to intervene before elite orders themselves were overthrown by mass democratization movements. Is observation of the voting process and the counting of votes open to all local and international media? A clear look at the criticism in most daily newspaper may make one to believe that public relation practice has been neglected not only by Udi Local Government Area in Nigeria.
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