The Governmental Process: Political Interests and Public Opinion

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Index
A & P propaganda, 232
Abramson, Victor, 78n
Access: as basic group objective, 264-5, 293, 506; factors governing, 265-70, 296, 302, 309-10, 318-19, 321-51, 399-400, 437-78, 482-972 506-07, 528; to the executive, 324-5, 327, 399-401, 405-06, 408, 409-21, 424-5, 427 ff., 431-3, 437-78; to the judiciary, 482-97; to the legislature, 321-51, 352-94, 433, 438, 527-8
Active minority. SeeInterest groups, Leadership
Adams, John, 406, 490
Administration. SeeExecutive
Administrative Procedures Act of 1946, 458
Advisory committees, 457-61
Agricultural Adjustment Acts, 385, 462, 474-5, 495, 496
Agricultural Extension Service, 90-1, 425, 469-78
Agricultural organizations: and access to Senate, 322; as responses to crisis, 31; origins and political involvement of, 87-93; see alsoAmerican Farm Bureau Federation, Farmers Union, National Grange
Agriculture, U. S. Department of, 90-2, 248, 409, 415, 419, 431, 439, 451, 455, 468-78
Ainsworth, Fred C., 415
Albig, William, 224n
Allport, F. H., 157, 217n
Allport, Gordon W., 30n, 35, 150, 245n
Almond, Gabriel A., 247n, 267n, 512n, 519n
Ambiguity, political, 245-8, 335, 393, 401, 419-20, 443-4, 464 ff., 480
American Association of Catholic Trade Unionists, 206
American Association of University Professors, 114
American Bankers Association, 184
American Bar Association: cohesion of, 95-6, 177, 202-03; growth and political involvement of, 94-7; membership in, 158; status, 265
American Civil Liberties Union, 158
American Council on Education, 187
American Dental Association, 177, 197
American Fair Trade League, 364
American Farm Bureau Federation (A. F.B.F.), 287, 292-3, 367, 406, 425, 441-2, 451, 495; active minority in, 151; and access to government, 322-3, 325-6, 468-78; and government field organization, 468-78; cohesion in, 117, 126-7, 185-6, 322-3, 385-6, 510; election activities of, 286, 302- 03, 313, 319n; growth and political involvement of, 90-3; legislative methods of, 326, 357-8, 368, 373-4, 378, 387; overlapping membership in, 161-2; propaganda of, 252; sanctions in, 205
American Federation of Labor (A.F. of L.), 367, 374, 462, 492, 518-19; active minority in, 143-4, 180; cohesion in, 118-19, 120-1, 123-6, 177-82, 298-9; development of, 66- 74, 81-2; election activity of, 181-2, 300-01, 305, 310, 313; formal organization of, 116-19, 121, 123-5, 130-1; internal politics, 177-82; propaganda of, 195, 252; sanctions in, 199; split with C.I.O., 119, 177-81; see alsoLabor Unions

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