Can disadvantaged minority groups in the United States get the policy they want in
the face of both majority opposition and an institutional design that seeks to thwart
change? Does Subconstituency Politics Theory provide a strategy for these
disadvantaged minorities—those lacking power and resources—to overcome the
hurdles that the Constitution (i.e., Madisonian democracy) erects? If so, under what
conditions? If not, why not? In answering be sure to explain subconstituency
politics theory and identify at least three specific institutional and /or policy hurdles
that make it difficult for disadvantaged minority groups to obtain their policy goals.
Use those as building blocks for explaining how and under what circumstances
disadvantaged minority groups can prevail in American politics.For more information on disadvantaged minority groups check on this:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Minority_group
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