Interest Groups”Iron Triangles, Issue Networks, and the Influence of Groups.”

Interest Groups”Iron Triangles, Issue Networks, and the Influence of Groups.”

Paper details:
Define the “iron triangle” of policy making. Explain what constitutes the three groups involved in the iron triangle, and describe the role of each group. Identify a policy issue, other than one explained in the chapter, and list the groups that would fall within the iron triangle for that policy issue. Explain whether you believe the close working relationship between the three groups is beneficial or damaging to the policy making process . Courier or New Courier 12 point as the paper’s font, double space the text, and create one inch margins on all four sides of the page. The paper should not have a title pagecite at least two sources of information. Any citation to a page on the Internet must contain the URL of the specific web page and not just the URL for the entire web site, if the web site has more than one web page. A URL, or Uniform Resource Locator is what you type in to the space at the top your your Internet browser, to tell it what web page to pull up.