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final exam vocab and quizzes - An interest group is a...

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An interest group is a collection of people who share some common interest or attitude and seek to influence government for specific ends. A movement is a large body of people interested in a common issue that seek to change attitudes or institutions, not just policies. A Federal Register is an official document, published every weekday that lists the new and proposed regulations of executive departments and regulatory agencies. Lobbying is engaging in activities aimed at influencing public officials, especially legislators, and the policies they enact. Revolving Door is an employment cycle in which individuals who work for governmental agencies regulating interests eventually end up working for interest groups or businesses with the same policy concern. Iron Triangle is a mutually supporting relationship among interest groups, congressional committees and subcommittees, and government agencies that share a common policy concern. A Political Action Committee is the political arm of an interest group that is legally entitled to raise funds on a voluntary basis from members, stockholders, or employees in order to
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This note was uploaded on 03/29/2010 for the course ECON 114 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '10 term at Bowling Green.

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