... self-seeking group leaders, who encourage feelings of resentment and inequality amongst group members in order to justify maintaining control over them.... On this view, group elites have an incentive to keep members in a (real or perceived) position of disadvantage, since their clientele and fuding would dry up if group members succeeded in larger society. (Kymlicka 2002: 331)
Friday, April 21, 2006
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