Monday, February 23, 2009

Lobbying and the US Senate

Austan Mogharabi of The Democratic Piece has an interesting commentary, Lobbying and the US Senate, concerning George Will's recent article, Sen Feingold's Constitution, which appeared last weekend in The Washington Post. It's worth reading.

On another note, but along the line of thought concerning the role of lobbyist and the senate, check out Senators and Special Interests: A Public Choice Analysis of the Seventeenth Amendment, 73 Oregon L. Rev. 1007 (1994), by Todd Zywicki, which explains the effects of special interest lobbying in the US Senate.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Nice find!