Voices and Echoes for the Environment: Public Interest Representation in the 1990s and Beyond

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Columbia University Press, 1999 - 300 páginas

Focusing on national environmental organizations, including Sierra Club, National Wildlife Federation, The Wilderness Society, and Environmental Defense Fund, "Voices and Echoes for the Environment" demonstrates how the demands of organizational maintenance encroach on the goal of effective policy influence.

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Ronald G. Shaiko is associate professor of government in the School of Public Affairs at American University, where he is also the founder and academic director of the Lobbying Institute in the Center for Congressional and Presidential Studies. He is currently serving as a Democracy Fellow in the Center for Democracy and Governance at the United States Agency for International Development.

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