Effects of a Legitimate Authority's Justification of Inequality on the Mobilization of Revolutionary Coalitions
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The authors explore revolutionary coalition formation in equitable situations. They posited that actors would form such coalitions if the equitable relations were threatened. Results of an experimental test of that idea were not confirmatory. The authors attributed the outcomes to an unintended factor of inferred authorization.
Linewebber, David; Barr-Bryan, Dorine; Zelditch, Morris Jr (2015). Effects of a Legitimate Authority's Justification of Inequality on the Mobilization of Revolutionary Coalitions. Available electronically from
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