A pluralist democracy describes a political system where there is more than one center of power. Modern democracies are by definition pluralist as democracies allow freedom of association. However, pluralism may exist without democracy.
- "The Political Theory of Pluralist Democracy", article by Claude J. Burtenshaw (The Western Political Quarterly, Vol. 21, No. 4 (Dec., 1968), pp. 577-587, University of Utah)
- "A Pluralist Democracy", article by Göran Rosenberg (Eurozine, 27 November 2001)
- "Pluralist Model", article by ThinkQuest Team 26466: Eric Barr, Taylor Rankin, and John Baird (A More Perfect Union project, for students by students)
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