The Guide to Interest Groups and Lobbying in the United States is now online. Coverage spans the formation of interest groups in the 19th Century Gilded Age through the present day growth in lobbying, Political Action Committees, and new forms of interest group cyberpolitics. This e-book provides a detailed look at how interest groups have grown, organized, and become an integral part of U.S. politics.
Looking for more electronic books about interest groups and lobbying in the United States? Search by Subject for "Pressure groups--United States" or "Lobbying--United States" under the Books & More tab on the library website. Narrow your search to include e-books only by selecting “E-Book” as Format.
Want even more? Check out these newly added print titles:
Interest Group Politics
King Library (2nd floor) | JK1118 .I565 2012
Interest Groups in American Campaigns: The New Face of Electioneering
Hamilton Library | JK1118 .R69 2012
The Not-So-Special Interests: Interest Groups, Public Representation, and American Governance
Copy Cataloging | JK1118 .G76 2012
The Scale of Interest Organization in Democratic Politics: Data and Research Methods
Copy Cataloging | JF529 .S33 2012
Competitive Interest: Competition and Compromise in American Interest Group Politics
King Library (2nd floor) | JK1118 .H56 2011
You can also find a print copy of The Guide to Interest Groups and Lobbying in the United States in King Library:
King Library (2nd floor) | JK1118 .G85 2012
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