Chapter 9, cont[1]. fall05 - How can you support a special...

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Chapter 9- Special Interest Groups, Cont. Startin What are the two types of political special interest groups? List five special interest groups that fall under each of the two categories: What type of lobbyist does not have to register as an official lobbyist? What is a PAC? What is the purpose of a PAC? How many PACs are there? Where does most of the money from PACs get directed? How does a special interest group lobby the judicial branch of government? Why would that course of action be taken? What are the ways a special interest group indirectly influences government?
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Unformatted text preview: How can you support a special interest group? What advantages do you stand to gain by becoming a member of a special interest group? What factors weaken the power of a special interest group? What would contribute to the strengthening of a special interest group? What is Pluralism? How is having several special interest groups operating at the same time beneficial? Who do special interest groups lobby to?...
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This note was uploaded on 05/02/2011 for the course POL 1013 taught by Professor Dr.j.philiprogers during the Spring '05 term at The University of Texas at San Antonio- San Antonio.

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Chapter 9, cont[1]. fall05 - How can you support a special...

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