Toward a Better Life, No. 10 - Factors in National Policy Making, 1980
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TWO FACTORS IN NATIONAL POLICY MAKING ARE REPORTED ON.
"CITIZEN ACTION GROUPS" DEMONSTRATES PARTICIPATORY DEMOCRACY IN THE FORMULATION OF GOVERNMENT POLICIES. CITIZENS, FORMED INTO A GROUP WITH OTHER LIKE-MINDED INDIVIDUALS, HAVE A ROLE IN NATIONAL POLICY MAKING. GROUPS SUCH AS THE LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS, THE SIERRA CLUB, AND COMMON CAUSE DEMONSTRATE THAT CITIZEN PARTICIPATION IS BOTH DIRECT AND INDIRECT.
"THE RURAL MEDIA" SHOWS THE ROLE OF THE U.S. AND HOW THEY TRANSMIT THE NEWS TO PEOPLE LIVING IN RURAL AREAS, AND HOW, AT THE SAME TIME, THE MEDIA REFLECT THE OPINIONS OF THESE PEOPLE WHICH ARE THEN TRANSMITTED TO LAWMAKERS IN WASHINGTON.
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