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- Of the nature of a polyarchy. See
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- adjective Of or pertaining to a
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Their view of decentralization was similarly oversimplified - a point which I had earlier emphasized in my work with Raj Sah, where we had compared hierarchical and polyarchical decision making structures7.
LEVIN: Well, the collapse of the Soviet Union did, but Putin, for example, would also associate the Yeltsin period with, for example, the plundering of the Russian state by powerful polyarchical businessmen.
The public burdens and public debts, nevertheless, still remain disproportionately heavy on account of the enormous military force which the great states are compelled to maintain for the preservation of their authority, and on account of the polyarchical state of Germany, which renders the maintenance of an enormous number of courts, governments, general staffs and chambers necessary.
McAdam, I guess I’m still more comfortable with some sort of recall mechanism as we have now in our polyarchical democracies- essentially elite rule with some recourse to removethan a carte blanche to an oligarchy.