Total Lobbying What Lobbyists Want (And How They Try to Get It)
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Description: This book offers a scholarly yet accessible overview of the role of lobbying in American politics. It draws upon extant research as well as original data gathered from interviews with numerous lobbyists across the United States. It describes how lobbyists do their work within all branches of government, at the national, state, and local levels. It thus offers a substantially broader view of lobbying than is available in much of the research literature. Although tailored for students taking courses on interest group politics, Total Lobbying offers an indispensable survey of the field for scholars and others concerned with this important facet of American politics.
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Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication date: 10/2/2006
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
|Studying Lobbyists and Lobbying|
|Lobbying: A Complex Phenomenon|
|Some Important Terms|
|Data and Methods|
|The Plan of the Book|
|Lobbying and Lobbyists in the United States: A Primer|
|An Overview of Nine Findings|
|Conclusion: What We Have Learned about Lobbying and Lobbyists|
|Public Policy Lobbying, Part One|
|Public Policymaking in the United States|
|Public Policy Lobbyists: Background Information|
|What Public Policy Lobbyists Do Other Than Lobbying|
|What Public Policy Lobbying Looks Like|
|Public Policy Lobbying, Part Two|
|Executive Branch Lobbying|
|What Does Public Policy Lobbying Look Like?|
|Land Use Lobbying|
|Government Regulation of Land Use: Planning and Zoning|
|Land Use Lobbyists: Background Information|
|What Land Use Lobbyists Do Other Than Lobbying|
|Lobbying to Affect Land Use Decisions|
|What Does Land Use Lobbying Look Like?|
|Procurement Lobbyists: Background Information|
|What Procurement Lobbyists Do Other Than Lobbying|
|Lobbying to Affect Procurement Decisions|
|What Does procurement Lobbying Look Like?|
|Recap and Final Thoughts|
|Recap of Substantive Findings|
|The Classification System: Public Policy, Land Use, and Procurement Lobbying|