Term Paper-How do tightly organized, single interest groups differ from broadly based interest groups
How do tightly organized, single interest groups differ from broadly based interest groups? For example, how should a Congressman react when confronted by a single interest group in his district that has a substantial voting bloc and includes millions of dollars in campaign contributions as opposed to focusing on the broad welfare of citizens (example – NRA vs. groups for gun control).
How do you prioritize your positions when attempting a negotiation? Why is it important to do this? Are you expecting to lose something? and if so why not give up those negotiating points before reaching this step?