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Lobbying the New President
Interests in Transition
Using an innovative mixed methodology integrating a historical analysis of original documents, original interviews with over 40 interest group leaders and transition leaders, a survey of 300 interest groups and content analysis of 300 interest group letters, Lobbying the New President uncovers the politics of interest group influence during Presidential transitions. In doing so, Heath Brown asks:
- Was the role played by Heritage in 1980 and CAP in 2008 indicative of a pattern of influence during the transition phase?
- Or have Presidents effectively shielded themselves from outside influence at the earliest point of their time in office?
- What can we learn about the larger study of interest groups and the Presidency from a focus on the transition phase?
This book is a valuable resource that goes beyond the field of presidency studies which American politics scholars as well as public policy specialists should not go without.
218 pages; ISBN 9781136494536
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