Index
Abel, Elie, 176
Accuracy in media, 56
adjudication (bureaucratic), 156-57
Adolph Coors Foundation, 53, 56-57
AFL-CIO, 87
agenda-setting, 109-11
Alm, Richard, 36
American Enterprise, The, 50
American Enterprise Institute, 49-51, 170
American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME), 87
American Association of Retired Persons (AARP), 87, 90
AOL-Time Warner, 106
banks, 17-20, 100-102
Barbour, Haley, 92
Baroody, William, Jr., 176
Berry, Jeffrey M., 176
Bloom, Allan, 55, 109
Bork, Robert, 55
bottom-up policymaking model, 10-14
Bradley Foundation, 46, 53, 54-55
Brookings, Robert, 48
Brookings Institution, 48-49, 164, 170
Buckley v. Valeo, 67, 73, 176
budget (federal), 150-56
Budget of the United States Government, 150-56, 163
Bundy, McGeorge, 44
bureaucracy, 7-9, 116-36
Burke, Edmund, 117
Bush, George H. W, 35, 51
Business Roundtable, 62-63, 91-92, 176
cabinet, 141-42
campaign finance, 65-84
capital gains tax, 34-36
Carnegie Corporation, 46, 47
Carson, Rachel, 109
CATO Institute, 55-56
Center for Media and Public Affairs, 112
Center for Responsive Politics, 70, 72-73, 74, 75, 76, 82, 102, 128
Chubb, John E., 109
civil service, 143
Clinton, Bill, 35, 49, 54
Clinton, Hillary, 49, 52, 54
Cohen, Bernard, 177
committees (Congress), 129-32
Congress, 117-33
Coors, Adolph, 46, 51, 56
Coors, Joseph, 56
corporations, 17-18
Council on Foreign Relations, 21, 45-46, 47, 57-61, 170, 176
Council on Economic Development, 61-62
courts, 135-36
Cox, W. Michael, 36
Davidson, Roger H., 177
democracy, 14-15
Dole, Bob, 92
Domhoff, G. William, 39, 175, 176
D'Souza, Dinesh, 55
Dye, Thomas R., 80, 175
earnings (worker), 26
Eckerd, Jack, 46, 51
Economic Report of the President, 32-33
Edelman, Murray, 177
Ehrenhalt, Alan, 177
elections, 65-84
elites, 3, 8-9, 16-38, 112
Epstein, David, 177
Equal Rights Amendment, 56
Ethics in Government Act, 169
Etzioni, Eva Halevy, 175
evaluation (Policy), 158-75
"Fed," 147-50
Federal Reserve Act of 1913, 148
Federal Reserve System, 147-50
Fenno, Richard E., 177
Financial Services Act, 20, 100-102
Ford, Henry, II, 44-45
Ford Foundation, 42, 44-45, 47
Foreign Affairs, 57, 59
formulation (Policy), 39-64
foundations, 40-47
Free Congress Foundations, 56
Freeman, Richard B., 30, 175
Gaebler, Ted, 163
General Accounting Office (GAO), 158, 164-65
General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade, 22, 27-28
General Electric, 107
Gephardt, Richard, 68
Gingrich, Newt, 52, 68
Glass-Steagall Act, 20, 100

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