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Military-industrial complex Politics Political philosophy Political science Elite theory Social class in the United States Social status Pakistan Elite Ruling class Elitism C. Wright Mills
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Military-industrial complex Politics Political philosophy Political science Elite theory Social class in the United States Social status Pakistan Elite Ruling class Elitism C. Wright Mills
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The power elite / C. Wright Mills. New York : Oxford University Press, 1956. C. Wright Mill introduced theory of elitism with the concept of "power elite" in United States. The rulers of the elite society constitute a socially cohesive group Mills (1956) identified a `single ruling majority" with elites in corporate, politics, military and economic institutions. In other words, elites control economic, social and political power. The ruling elite is "closed off" from the ruled, hence division between elites and the masses exists. The hierarchy formed the `higher circles' (Mills, 1956, p.9) which become more centralised and bureaucratised over time, in specific chiefexecutives, the political directorate and the soldier statesman were involved in the constitutions. There dominant themes of circulation of elites and central rol...
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