Pluralism, E.E. Schattschneider's and Mancur Olson Jr.

Pluralist theory holds that American political institutions foster the development of a wide diversity of organized interests. In turn, pluralism holds that the diversity of organized groups promotes a polity where most grievances are aired, and most widely-held interests have a reasonable chance of receiving political attention and action.

Do you agree?  Be sure to evaluate E.E. Schattschneider’s and Mancur Olson’s critiques of pluralism in your analysis.

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