The Washington Lobbyists

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INDEX
Academy of Political and Social Science, Annals of the, 28n
Access: ease of to state legislators, 303; power of providing, 188
Acheson, Dean, 197n
Action bulletins from lobbyists to membership, 204
Activity: in groups by lobbyists, 96- 97; in political parties by lobbyists, 79-80
Actors: governmental, vulnerability of, 287; interdependence of in the system, 324
Admission, to House and Senate floor, 68
Adorno, Theodore, 101n
Advocacy: before Congress, 165-66; before the executive branch, 166- 67; roles, 165-67
Age of lobbyists, 96
Agger, Robert E., 18n
Agreeableness, in lobbying success, 141
Allocation of time, 116-21
Almond, Gabriel A., 179
American Medical Association, 250, 348
Amrine, Michael, 180n
Annals of the Academy of Political and Social Science, 28n
Appealing features of lobbying, 123- 26
Appraisal: of organizational success, 138-40; of personal success, 138-40
Approaches by lobbyists to decision- makers: through constituents, 241- 43; through friends, 243-44
Approval of lobbying, public, 300-301
Arguments, one-sided or two-sided, 223
Association: American Medical, 250, 348; trade, executive roles, 149-52; trade, structure, 35
Attention, selective, 187, 210
Authoritarianism of lobbyists, 101-103
Backgrounds of lobbyists: career, 72- 76; ethnic, 96; religious, 96
Backstopping of congressmen by lobbyists, 312
Bailey, Stephen K., 14, 28n, 51n, 180n, 7n
Banfield, Edward C., 118n, 180n, 183n, 297n, 324n, 325n, 345n

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