Grassroots lobbying: New standards

Cohen, Neal
July 1997
Campaigns & Elections (1996);Jul97, Vol. 18 Issue 6, p51
Stresses why grassroots political activity is increasing. Why real people must engage in the political business; Comparison between distinction advocacy on behalf of a candidate and advocacy in support of an issue; Suggestions for guidelines in establishing the criteria that will define the role in the business of issue advocacy.


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