What Makes a Pressure Group Successful?

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  • What makes a pressure group successful
    • Shared aims with government
      • Trade unions under labour
      • CBI under coalition
      • Institution of directors under Thatcher
    • Ability to offer expertise
      • BMA
    • Economic or Social importance
      • BMA
      • CBI
    • Public support/ sympathy
      • Snowdrop
    • Size of membership/financial resources
      • RSPB
      • Greenpeace
      • BT/Vodaphone taxes written off
    • Effectiveness of public campaigns/media coverage
      • Anti Poll tax fed
      • Burning of GM crops, Greenpeace
      • Snowdrop
      • 38 degrees
    • Willingness to focus on targets besides central government
      • PARC
      • Fox hunting
      • human rights act
    • Determination of Govt to pursue a policy
      • stop the war coalition
    • Unity
      • miners and TUC divisions

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