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  • Author:
    Burdett Loomis,Darrell West
  • ISBN:
    0393973387
  • ISBN13:
    978-0393973389
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  • Publisher:
    W. W. Norton & Company (October 17, 1998)
  • Pages:
    304 pages
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    Social Sciences
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The Sound of Money book. Darrell M. West, Burdett A. Loomis.

The Sound of Money book. West and Loomis caution that as the "sound" of money in American politics grows louder, this new group ac In recent years, important battles have been fought over health care reform, telecommunications deregulation, and Medicare, to name just a few. The interest groups most successful at influencing policy are those with the most money to spend on advertising and lobbying.

Darrell West (born October 6, 1954) is an American author, political scientist, and . The Sound of Money: How Political Interests Get What They Want (Norton, 1999) with Burdett Loomis.

His book Megachange: Economic Disruption, Political Upheaval, and Social Strife in the 21st Century (Brookings Institution Press, 2016) examines the large and dramatic shifts that take place on a regular basis in today's world.

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The Sound of Money: How Political Interests Get What They Want looks at how the emerging trend toward special-interest communications campaigns impacted four public policy debates in the last decade and what it means for the future

The Sound of Money: How Political Interests Get What They Want looks at how the emerging trend toward special-interest communications campaigns impacted four public policy debates in the last decade and what it means for the future. West, professor of political science and director of the John Hazen White Sr. Public Opinion Laboratory at Brown University, and Burdett A. Loomis, professor of political science at the University of Kansas, collaborated on the book

The Sound of Money: How Political Interests Get What They Want (1999) with Burdett Loomis.

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His book Megachange: Economic Disruption, Political Upheaval, and Social Strife in the 21st Century (Brookings Institution Press, 2016) examines the large and dramatic shifts that take place on a regular basis in today's world. The Sound of Money: How Political Interests Get What They Want (1999) with Burdett Loomis.

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The sound of money: How political interests get what they want. Harry and Louise go to Washington: Political advertising and health care reform. DM West, D Heith, C Goodwin. Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 21 (1), 35-68, 1996.

Main Author: West, Darrell . 1954-. Other Authors: Loomis, Burdett . 1945-. The governmental process : political interests and public opinion, by: Truman, David Bicknell, 1913- Published: (1957)

Main Author: West, Darrell . The governmental process : political interests and public opinion, by: Truman, David Bicknell, 1913- Published: (1957). Basic interests the importance of groups in politics and in political science, Published: (1998). The interest group connection electioneering, lobbying, and policymaking in Washington, Published: (1998).

In their compelling new book, The Sound of Money: How Political Interests Get What They Want, West and Loomis probe the connection between interest-group spending and congressional policy making.

In recent years, important battles have been fought over health care reform, telecommunications deregulation, and Medicare, to name just a few. The interest groups most successful at influencing policy are those with the most money to spend on advertising and lobbying. West and Loomis caution that as the "sound" of money in American politics grows louder, this new group activism will increasingly affect―and maybe even threaten―the viability of representative government.