Title: Chaney course syllabi and related materials
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Title: Chaney course syllabi and related materials
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Language: English
Creator: Chaney, Elsa M.
Publisher: Estate of Elsa M. Chaney
Publication Date: 1973
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Political Science !1-2 I:, 1973
Final EI;n V '.tioni
March I
Hay 16, 1973



IT. iWho rules 'AncriaC ? Fs the United States governed by some
type of political .-ite; .is .bhe:e a "oup basis of
politics as sorme h'.v asserted- ox,: is ours a mass society
whero rliass tastes, opinion: and i);nflun en eerie exe e the
greatestt swn-ay ovem policyiakiang?
In your analysis., cite- as many authorities as you can,
but do not negl-ct ermpirical evidence to back up your
assertions.


2, Some political analyss believe tihamt the United States
political system is responsive at least to soeue degree
in accommodating new. groups -wh-o soele to have some part
in sharing powC.uo '':. t is, aLyone wiho can organize and
muster sufficient support~ can nako his or her uishos
heard and can influeonc the system to respond and satisfy
at least some of the group's legitimate doeandso Do you
agree or ~ij.r -'c.ro ? eUs as evidence the experience of
at least tw-ro actual groups which have attempted to influ-
once the political system in recent years,




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