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Interest groups are best known for their activities on the legislative and executive branches of government. Interest groups have been quite successful acting on these branches of government and their presence there is firmly established. But there is a different type of interest group that is not as widely recognized as these conventional interest groups. These other interest groups are those that act on our judicial system. A brief examination of judicial interest groups will illustrate the differences.
Ferriby, Robert, "An Examination and Evaluation of Methods Used by Interest Groups Lobbying the Supreme Court" (1975). Honors Theses. 893.
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