Anjar Priandoyo

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Charisma, Control and Coercion

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The authority to lead does not necessarily accrue to those with power. Without legitimacy, there can be no authority, without authority the party can not lead, if it does not lead it can not implement policy except through the use of raw, and inefficient, power; were a regime unable to implement policy without resort to violence against its population, its stability would not long be unchallenged.

Power has no legitimacy, no mandate, no office. Even the most ruthless tyrant, gets no where unless he can clothe himself with authority.

Daniel N. Nelson (1984). Charisma, Control, and Coercion: The Dilemma of Communist Leadership. Comparative Politics, 17(1), 1–15. doi:10.2307/421734

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Mei 17, 2022 pada 4:12 am

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