Interest group politics in America. Edited with an introd. [by] Robert H. Salisbury.

New York, Harper & Row [1970] .

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Subjects Lobbying -- United States.
Pressure groups -- United States.
Description vi, 437 p. 21 cm.
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Orthodox theories of pressure groups, by M. Olson.--By-product and special interest theories, by M. Olson.--An exchange theory of interest groups, by R. H. Salisbury.--Voluntary association memberships of American adults: evidence from national sample surveys, by C. R. Wright and H. H. Hyman.--Students for a Democratic Society, by P. Jacobs and S. Landau.--The National Federation of Independent Business, by J. H. Bunzel.--Entrepreneurs of the right, by R. Dudman.--Forms of organization: myths and realities, by D. B. Truman.--The changing character of negro protest, by J. H. Laue.--The political impasse in farm support legislation, by J. P. Heinz.--AFL-CIO: a confederation or federation? Which road for the future? By A. H. Raskin.--The school men in Missouri, by N. A. Masters, R. H. Salisbury, and T. H. Eliot.--Interest groups, judicial review, and local government, by C. E. Vose.--Interservice competition and the political roles of the armed services, by S. P. Huntington.--Retail druggists and the fair trade laws, by J. C. Palamountain.--Organized labor in electoral politics: some question for the discipline, by H. M. Scoble.--A pressure group and the pressured: a case report, by O. Garceau and C. Silverman.--Lobbyists approach government, by L. M. Milbrath.--The impact of lobbying on governmental decisions, by L. W. Milbrath.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00064738
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