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Theories of Political Behavior

The psychodynamics of decision-making form a basis to understand institutional functioning. Deutch, Rokeach, Nye, George, Adorno all come to mind. From Psychology Fromm, Bettelheim[?], and others have added significantly to understanding of power, sadism, and victims of the state.



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