Interests should be free to compete with each other for governmental influence
Interests should cost money to compete with each other
Interests should be free for the poor
Republicans encouraging political participation
Not representing others
American democracy by representing the interests of large numbers of people and encouraging political participation.
Interests groups are concerned with the policies of government Political parties are concerned with the personnel of government
Interests suck Political parties are raw
All interests are represented.
The result of competition among interests is in the common good.
All groups have equal access to the political process.
To influence governmental decisions
To lobby government officials
Not to lobby government officials
To educate their members and the public about the issues that affect them
A dumb group.
An ideological group.
A Christian group.
There are no organizations that can present their identities and demands.
Because there is no point in trying to.
Because they have no trace.
Out of control
Members play an important role in the daily activities of the group.
Members create boycotts
An agency or office
Because thats the way it is
Because they are free to do whatever
Because the benefits of a group’s actions are broadly available and cannot be denied to nonmembers.
Friendship and consciousness-raising.
The lower classes
The upper classes
The middle classes
Having a higher income and education
Having a low income and horrible education
Determination to join on
Health and safety legislation
With higher levels of income and education.
Who work in management or professional occupations.
Who work for low income
Who live in the ghetto
The middle class
The lower class
The upper classes.
National Organization for Men
National Organization for Women
Environmental Defense Fund
Public interest groups
They claim to serve the common good, not just their own particular interests.
They are selfish
They steal money from others
Governmental officials themselves
On political figures
Putting pressure on the president
Exerting direct pressure on members of Congress or a state legislature.
The fifth amendment
The first amendment
The second amendment
When interest groups advertise
When interest groups take out advertisements and hold marches
When mobilizer mobilize the mobilization period
Anything they want to
Influence and the result will be compromise and moderation.
Whatever they believe is right
With normal bribes
Benefits that are unavailable to anyone else.
Nothing, they don't care about them
To build a better network between interest groups and political parties
To break up from politics
To run away
4,000 PACs in the United States.
With great financial resources
With lesser financial resources
With no resources