New scholarship for a new paradigm in interest groups politics…

The 2010 campaign and election was pivotal: the Republican takeover of the House, the advent of “super PACs,” and record-breaking sums spent on a midterm election. More than ever before, interest groups were able to mobilize new resources and new technologies in a shifting set of House and Senate races. This timely volume explores—in a series of lively case studies—a cross-section of groups, communities, and networks that vividly illustrates the “unleashing” of interest group activity in the electoral process in response to Citizens United and other court cases and events

More Bang for the Buck? Defense Industry Contributions and the 2010 Elections

More Bang for the Buck? Defense Industry Contributions and the 2010 Elections

More bang for the buck? Defense industry contributions and the 2010 elections
JakeHaselswerdt and Christopher J.Deering

Capitol South is the closest Washington, DC Metro stop to the U.S. Capitol, on the House side of the Hill. To the casual observer exiting from this station, it also would appear to be the lobby of the Northrop Grumman corporate headquarters — festooned as it is with advertisements for Northrop's products. Not too far away, the Navy Yard station, near the new Washington Nationals stadium, appears to be owned by the Lockheed Martin Corporation. Although the casual observer has little reason to notice, tourists gazing across the Potomac River toward Arlington Cemetery might be distracted by a sleek ...

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