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Cottrell (eds), Sociology Today (New York, 1958) p. 250. For a strong statement of this view, see Nicos Poulantzas, 'The Problem of the Capitalist State', New Lift Review, LVIII (1969) 67-78. As exemplified in Robert A. Dahl, Who Governs? , and London, 1961), and defended in Nelson W. , and London, 1963). See especially Peter Barach and Morton S. Baratz, 'The Two Faces of Power', American Political Science Review, LVI, no. 4 (1962) 947-52. Notably by Matthew A. Crenson, The Un-Politics of Air Pollution: A Study of Non-Decision-making in the Cities (Baltimore and London, 1971).
Meyer, The Soviet Political System: An Interpretation (New York, 1965). 7. See Joseph S. , 1957) esp. ch. 18. 8. See Stephen White, 'The USSR: Patterns of Autocracy and Industrialism', in Archie Brown and Jack Gray (eds), Political Culture and Political Change in Communist States (London, 1977) pp. 25--65. 9. Weber, Theory of Social and Economic Organization, p. 358. 10. See T. H. Rigby, Lenin's Government: Sovnarkom 1917-1922 (Cambridge, 1979) pp. 1 10-12. The fact that Trotsky had never been part of this community of Lenin's followers probably contributed significantly to his isolation within the party leadership in the 1920S.
10. See T. H. Rigby, Lenin's Government: Sovnarkom 1917-1922 (Cambridge, 1979) pp. 1 10-12. The fact that Trotsky had never been part of this community of Lenin's followers probably contributed significantly to his isolation within the party leadership in the 1920S. II. While in Weber's analysis of basic authority-types the discussion of charismatic authority is focused on the charisma of particular leaders, elsewhere he also discusses movements or institutions embodying charisma. See esp. Weber, Wirtschaft und Gesellschajt, vol.
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