Politics

@article{Leighley2013Politics,
  title={Politics},
  author={Jan E. Leighley},
  journal={Politics, Groups, and Identities},
  year={2013},
  volume={1},
  pages={115 - 118}
}
shows. In the end, McDaniel’s essay leads me to propose that politics may well be an attempt to reduce costs and increase rewards from political institutions, but it could also take the form of resistance, rational or otherwise, to repression (think of Hamas’ persistent attacks and Israel’s heavy military responses), or it could be a power play (as with the gradual Islamization of Egyptian society over the past three decades by the ostensibly banned Muslim Brotherhood). These brief but… Expand
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