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Date Created: 09/13/15
PLS 344 09092015 De ning Democracy Regime A regime is a system of rules and practices that determine who has political rights how they cam be exercised and with what effects for the control over the state 0 Puts restraints on who can do what in political policy 0 Military junta 0 Small group of top officers with all the power Chile is constrained by the junta 0 Political party 0 Small elite powers 0 Dictator o All power ends What is Democracy 0 Equal opportunity 0 Social justice equal rule of law economic Contested elections 0 Constitution 0 More than one party Elected elite More participantssuffrage Dah maximist 1 Effective participation 2 Voting equality 3 Enlightened understanding 4 Control over the agenda 5 Inclusion of all adults Maximalist 1 Democracy is not attainable 2 Political equality 3 Nonprocedural 4 Direct democracy 5 Not strictly political Minimalist Attainable No political equality Procedural Representative democracy Strictly political U39lbUUNH Democracy is a regime in which those that govern are selected through contested elections Pr3eworski pg 15 minimalist U39lbUUNH Execque Legislative Executive uncertainty Irreversibilitythe people in power stay in power Repeatability What s missing from Pr3eworski s de nition Dahl Participation Vote equality Rule of law Political and civil rights In uence between elections Those elected make decisions maximist Pe3eworski minimalist Huntington minimalist 1 2 Free and fair election Full suffrage 3 Those that are elected make decisions
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