As of 2007, the total amount of money spent by interest groups on lobbying efforts exceeded:
Who generally makes decisions about how an interest group will pursue its policy goals?
When people rely on others to contribute to a collective effort while failing to participate themselves, they are:
An interest group that “takes the late train” has done which of the following?
It makes more sense to ask when interest groups are powerful rather than ask whether or not they are powerful.
Interest groups find it pointless to spend money on high-salience and high-conflict issues because:
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