The Consolidation of and Democracy of Social Representation Groups PHILLIPPE C. SCHMITTER Stanford University To the student at the of California, neophyte graduate University Berkeley in the Martin course on 1960s, early attending Seymour Lipset’s political was a revelation. The sociology (Sociology 290) big &dquo;comparative&dquo; ques- and class conflict and tions-development democracy, political change, and state national and international formation, nation-building trajectories and and all a trends, there, public opinion public policy-were they got serious handled each with erudition and that hearing. Lipset awe-inspiring heterodoxical blend of and cultural factors that is his behavioral, structural, hallmark. I remember references to incidents of in working-class history obscure towns had never heard to and movements over of, unions, parties, a to and dead-from almost century-long span, scholars-living every in and to books written Finnish and not to mention continent, Swedish, and Italian! German, French, As one of the I for that wrote a review of an article course, requirements that had few a and Lipset published only years previously: &dquo;Party Systems the of Social This has not to Representation Groups&dquo; (Lipset, 1960). proven be one of his more cited works. I wonder if else has been Indeed, anyone I since been
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Published: Mar 1, 1992
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