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According to Max Weber’s theory of democratic government
there are many strong groups influencing government and each pulls the government in numerous directions, creating gridlock.
bureaucrats, who carry on the day-to day operations of the government, actually control public policy.
government depends on the consent of the governed.
a small number of elites rule in their own interests.
interest groups continually compete in the public area, requiring compromise and bargaining.