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by Benjamin Ginsberg

Download THE Consequences of Consent: Elections, Citizen Control and Popular Acquiescence eBook
ISBN:
0394349296
Author:
Benjamin Ginsberg
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Politics & Government
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Longman Higher Education (1982)
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271 pages
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Ginsberg argued that people think they're in control since they vote and answer public opinion . The Consequences of Consent.

Ginsberg argued that people think they're in control since they vote and answer public opinion polls, but he argues that such control is illusory. He thinks government used tactics such as extending rights of modern citizenship to diverse new groups, such as minorities and women, as well as encouraging voting as an alternative to more dangerous unwanted protests, such as striking. Poliscide (co-authored with Theodore J. Lowi), MacMillan Publishing Company, 1976. The Captive Public: How Mass Opinion Promotes State Power.

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In this provocative book, Benjamin Ginsberg examines the cycle of Jewish success and anti-Semitic attack throughout the history of the Diaspora, with a concentrated focus on the "special case" of America. Politics, Science, and the Public Interest.

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The consequences of consent. elections, citizen control, and popular acquiescence. Published 1981 by Addison-Wesley in Reading, Mass Prefer the physical book? Check nearby libraries with: WorldCat. Published 1981 by Addison-Wesley in Reading, Mass. Consensus (Social sciences), Consent (Law), Elections, General will, General will. Prefer the physical book? Check nearby libraries with: WorldCat.