What is hyperpluralism?


Hyper-pluralism is when there are several different groups, such as religions, cultural groups, ethnicities or interest groups that are so strong the government can't control them. It is an extreme form of pluralism.
Q&A Related to "What is hyperpluralism?"
Interest groups are so numerous and have such varied competing interests that coalitions are difficult to form, and thus no bills can garner enough votes in Congress to pass; policy
Hyperpluralism is a state in which many groups or factions are so strong that a government is unable to function. Power is shared by many making it ineffective.
The hyperpluralist theory states that too many groups are getting too much of what
I'm not sure exactly what you mean by "some characteristics of. but hyperpluralism suggests that a group with a political advantage would translate that into an economic advantage
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