Are pressure groups good for democracy?

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  • Are pressure groups good for democracy?
    • Educating the public and provide gov with specialised info.
    • Organise and articulate views between elections.
    • Wider range of opinions to be represented.
    • Pressure groups do not compete on equal financial footing.
    • Interferes with internal government.
    • Benefit from educated leaders
      • Benefits middle class- elitism over pluralism.


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