Popular Sovereignty vs. the State

Authors

  • Michael Parenti

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14452/MR-046-10-1995-03_1

Keywords:

Political Economy

Abstract

We might best think of the U.S. polity as a dual system. First, there are the elections, political personalities, public pronouncements, image engineering, and that handful of visible issues that bestir public officials and win passing attention in the media. This system is taught in the schools, dissected by academics, and gossiped about by news pundits.

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Published

1995-03-01

Issue

Section

Review of the Month