Which theory of power do you thin describes the United States an why? Use evidence to support your position.
C. Wright Mills
or the pluralist theory
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Marx was involved with the future Soviet Union, so he's definitely not an option.
I personally believe it to be the Pluralist Theory, since Weber was a German philosopher involved with German politics, not American. I don't know about Wright.
Tell me more about why you think it is the pluralist theory:) @Surana
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The other choices don't make sense to me. Marx, a communist at heart, would have disagreed with the path the United States currently goes along, and Weber is a German philosopher who had no involvement with theories of power regarding the United States. The Pluralist theory mentions American specifically and has relevance to power, so that's why I believe it to be the right choice.