Political Parties and Pressure Groups
"Is the quest for rational and effective public policies in democratic systems assisted or impeded by the insistence of political parties and pressure groups upon actively participating in the policy making process?"
Britain and America in particular, have a long established interest group system, which has allowed interest groups a key role in the policy making process. Policies are formed after and only after governments have consulted the affected interests and the groups that represent them. …
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