Unformatted text preview: face collective dilemmas. Write an essay that describes how interest groups overcome specific collective dilemmas. In the essay, make an argument on how different kinds of incentives used to attract volunteers lead to the attraction of different kinds of volunteers which can lead to different kinds of lobbying strategies. #2 Evidence shows that, during the last few years of the G.W. Bush Administration, the public was deeply split over the Iraq war, and that the split was primarily along party lines. That is, Democratic identifiers in the population overwhelmingly opposed the war and Republican identifiers in the population overwhelmingly supported the war. Moreover, these two groups were also split over Bush's performance as president. (See page 395 in the textbook.) Write an essay, relying on what you know about public opinion and partisanship, that explains these patterns. In the essay comment on whether these facts contradict Fiorina's arguments in his book....
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- Winter '10
- Times Roman, 2003 invasion of Iraq, Ken Kollman