The New Liberalism: The Rising Power of Citizen Groups

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Index
AARP. See American Association of Retired Persons
ABC News, 125, 127, 128
Abortion: conservative citizens groups, 58, 73-74, 89; Contract with America, 103; Contract with the American Family, 104; Dole, Robert and, 161, 162; late-term abortions, 63, 107; materialism and postmaterialism, 195; media coverage, 122. See alsoProlife groups
ACLU. See American Civil Liberties Union
Act-Up, 122
ADA. SeeAmericans for Democratic Action
Advertising: campaign legislation, 24; effects of, 99; Harry and Louise healthcare reform ads, 22, 98-99; mobilization of the grass roots, 98;
AEI. SeeAmerican Enterprise Institute
AFDC. SeeAid to families with dependent children
Affirmative action, 92
Affluence. SeeEconomic issues
AFL-CIO. See American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations
Agency for Consumer Protection, 31, 72
Agendas: 1991, 67; business lobbies and, 78-79; citizen groups, 85, 156, 159, 192-26; compromise and, 74-75; congressional, 12-13, 34, 35, 41, 47, 64, 66; conservative, 73, 91, 102-09; economic issues, 56; external events and, 68, 71; interest group advocacy, 62-64, 65-66, 68-76; liberal, 55; postmaterialism, 59, 61, 67, 85-86, 87, 170; problem definition, 63. See also Policymaking
Agriculture, 63, 70, 81
Aid to families with dependent children (AFDC), 110
Airport Operators Council, 65
Air Transport Association, 65
Alar (daminozide), 3-4
Alliance for America, 90
AMA. See American Medical Association
American Airlines, 128
American Association of Retired Persons ( AARP), 77, 95
American Association of University Women, 56
American Bankers Association, 77, 148
American Center for Law and Justice, 90
American Civil Liberties Union

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • ABOUT BROOKINGS iv
  • Acknowledgments v
  • Contents ix
  • Chapter One Not Dead 1
  • Chapter Two The Rise Of Citizen Groups 16
  • Chapter Three The Rise Of Postmaterialism 34
  • Chapter Four The Power Of Citizen Groups 61
  • Chapter Five Liberals Ascendant 87
  • Chapter Six Rich in Resources 119
  • Chapter Seven Liberalism Transformed 153
  • Appendix A- Methodology 171
  • Appendix B- List of Cases 184
  • Notes 190
  • Index 209
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