What Political Institutions Does Large-Scale Democracy Require?
Robert A. Dahl examines the political institutions necessary for a democratic country. He argues that a large-scale democracy requires the following political institutions: elected officials; free, fair, and frequent elections; freedom of expression; alternative sources of information; associational autonomy; and inclusive citizenship.
A Democratic Paradox?, Robert A. Dahl
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A Democratic Dilemma: System Effectiveness versus Citizen Participation, Robert A. Dahl
Myth of the Presidential Mandate, Robert A. Dahlmore by this author
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