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Of the following two models concerning the affiliation amongst the bureaucracies of Congress and interest groups, the most natural course are the interest groups. I do trust that they can coexist. Iron triangles are the close associations between employees in government agencies, interest groups, and legislators and their staff members, all of them who stake an interest in specific policy issues and work behind the scenes to form laws and public policy. Issue networks are interest groups, scholars, and other specialists that communicate about the debate, and interact regarding the issue of interest and thus influence public policy when the legislature act
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  • Spring '08
  • ScottJ.Lasley
  • Environmentalism, Natural environment, United States Environmental Protection Agency

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