Social Mvmnts & Interest Group
Social Mvmnts & Interest Group POLS 3108
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Date Created: 10/25/15
N E 9 9 9 89 0 N LA Review Sheet for the 2quotd Midterm Using material from your textbook the Hall and Wayman article and class discussion devise a strategy for in uencing a bill to provide subsidies to furniture manufacturers in the US Explain your strategy Explain the difference between access and electoral strategies of interest groups What types of organizations are more likely to use each strategy Explain why Discuss the changes in campaign finance brought about through the BiPartisan Campaign Reform Act BCRA of 2004 Explain the roles of soft money prior to the passage of the BCRA Why are statistical analyses of legislators votes on the final passage of a bill unlikely to find significant effects of campaign contributions Why do lobbyists spend so much time monitoring the activities of legislators Be able to read and interpret tables of regression output Does the analysis of Hall and Wayman support the multiple elite or neopluralists description of interest group in uence Explain your answer Explain the difference between high politics and routine politics Why are routine politics more likely to be characterized by the access strategy and the multipleelite model Alternatively explain why high politics may be better explained by the neopluralist model What are the major strategies affecting the nomination of a Supreme Court justice or a member of the Federal Courts of Appeals Assume that you are the lobbyist for People for the American Way a very liberal interest group and that President Bush has nominated another extremely conservative individual for a seat on the Supreme Court Design a lobbying strategy for defeating the nomination Include in your strategy inside the beltway and outside the beltway tactics Assume that you are putting together a case to reverse a federal court decision that private school vouchers violate the Establishment Clause in the US Constitution Begin with the selection of plaintiffs and design a strategy that increases the likelihood that the Court will allow vouchers Discuss the inside the beltway and outside the beltway lobbying strategies Do they differ between Congress and the courts
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