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The Third House
Lobbyists and Lobbying in the States

Second Edition


February 2001 | 229 pages | CQ Press
The book, which has drawn praise for its inviting and accessible style, thoroughly examines the lobbying scene: the settings in which lobbying takes place, the types and styles of lobbyists, the broad range of approaches and techniques used by lobbyists, and the role and influence of lobbying in our system of representative democracy. A favorite among professors and students alike, The Third House is a great choice as a supplement for courses on state politics or interest groups.

I use this book as a recommended sources for students. It is a good book to understand lobbying in states for social work students.

Miss Burcu Hatiboğlu
School of Social Work, Hacettepe University
March 5, 2013

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