Do you feel like business interests have too much power in the crafting of American public policy? That business
exercises power proportionate to its role in American public life? That business exercises as much but no more power than other types of interest groups? Something else?
Address why you think what you do. What is the importance of institutional arrangements in determining the role that interest groups play in policy making? Do you think we could (or should) change anything about institutional structure(s) to improve public policy making in the United States? How? What effect would these changes be likely to have and why?
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