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The Politics of Pluralism: A Comparative Study of Lebanon and Ghana (New York: Oxford; and Amsterdam: Elsevier Scientific Publishing Co. ). , 1969. 'Pluralism and the polity: a theoretical exploration', pp. 62-81 in Kuper, Leo, and Smith, M. G. ). , 1973. 'Pluralism', pp. 959-77 in Honigmann, John J. (ed). Handbook of Social and Cultural Anthropology (Chicago: Rand McNally). Young, Crawford, 1976. The Politics of Cultural Pluralism (Madison: The University of Wisconsin Press). 1 Limits of Government in the Third World Ernest W.

They live under minority ruling elites who were not elected and who cannot be voted out of office. In Asia, Africa, and Latin America a coup d'etat, not an election, is the 'normal' way to change governments. Bullets, whether fired or held in reserve, have been more potent than ballots. The composition of an authoritarian elite, whether hereditary, 'elected', or installed by a coup, has some bearing on the quality of order and justice possible. A one-man regime tends to be arbitrary and often brutal.

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