Corporate Power and the Negation of Democracy Essay by Master Researcher

Corporate Power and the Negation of Democracy
A detailed look at lobbying, campaign contributions, committees and personal influence in politics.
# 35571 | 2,650 words | 10 sources | 2002 | US


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This paper details the roles of lobbying, campaign contributions, political action committees and the role of personal influence in the political arena. Specifically, the paper looks at how corporations use these areas to influence government. A study of lobby and contribution expenditures of 1998 is done as well as brief historical perspectives on PACs and personal influence. It is concluded that if the present trends continue, corporate America will, in effect, own the U. S. government lock, stock and barrel.

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