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1. Unqualified managers 2. Risks its credibility 3. Too big, too powerful 4. Selfish 1. High economic stakes 2. Pluralistic system 3. Vital stakeholder of government 4. Counterbala
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nces social interests
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Why businesses should be involved in the political process: Why businesses should not be involved in the political process:
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Too Big, Too Powerful Unqualified Managers
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Business should not be politically involved because managers aren’t equipped to engage in political debate. Business should not be politically involved because of their size and influence, like an elephant dancing among chickens.
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Risks its Credibility Selfish
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Business should not be politically involved because their primary concern is their own profitability and care less about the common good. Business should not be politically involved because it threatens it image by engaging in partisan politics
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Managers Pluralistic System
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Business should be politically involved because it invites many participants. See their role in the political process as vital to the progress and possibly survival of their company.
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Ad Hoc Coalitions Interest Groups
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Have a voice in the political process by representing varying concerns and populations. Diverse business organizations and interest groups band together in support or opposition to a specific legislative or regulatory initiative.
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Corporate Political Strategy Business Leaders and Scholars
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participate in the political process; stakes are too high for business not to be involved and the government acts on issues that affect basic operations of Involves the activities taken by organizations
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