Classical pluralism is the view that governmental policies and decision making are located mostly in the particular framework of government, but that quite a few non-governmental groups work with their resources to exert influence. The central dilemma for classical pluralism is how power along with influence are distributed within a political process. Multiple individuals try to improve their interests.
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