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Special Interest Lobbying Groups

Campaign FinancingUnder the Constitution we are guaranteed the right to petition the government for redress. From this provision groups have formed by business, labor unions, non-profit organizations and individuals to express their needs to Congress and the President.
Government Legislature Executive Laws Campaign Financing
Government Legislature Executive Laws Campaign Financing
Online Books 

Education Myths: What Special Interest Groups Want You to Believe about Our ...

By Jay P. Greene

Special Interest Groups in American Politics

 By Stephen Miller

The Not-So-Special Interests: Interest Groups, Public Representation, and ...

By Matt Grossmann

Special Interest Politics

 By Gene M. Grossman, Elhanan Helpman
Online Resources
Wikipedia Open Secrets Public Affairs World Nova Southeastern University
ASAE-Myths Essortment Gov't Accountability Groups
WiseGeek CQ MoneyLine Lobbyist Information Democracy in Action Lobby Search Scholarly Articles  
International Lobbying United States Lobbying
SpinWatch Public Interest Investigation Wikipedia-List of American Lobbiests
Alter EU-European Investigation Wikipedia-Lobbying in the United States
Public Affairs World Open Secrets-Center for Reponsive Politics
Corporate European Observatory Source Watch Up-to-date informaation
Lobbying Planet Public Affairs and Advocacy Institute
Alliance for Lobbying Transparency