In United States politics, the iron triangle comprises the policy-making
relationship among the congressional committees, the bureaucracy, and interest
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Observers of the modern American government often point to an iron triangle that
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The term "iron triangle" is a term used to describe the dynamics of policy-making
between Congress, special interest groups, and governmental agencies.
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The “Iron Triangle” is a model of the policy-making process that emphasizes the
... other players in what some political scientists refer to as “sub-governments.
The closeness of the relationships, based upon the revolving door of government
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An iron triangle is the term used to describe a relationship that develops between
congressional committees, the federal bureaucracy and interest groups durin.
The political science term “Iron Triangle” was coined to define a special
understanding between a government, bureaucratic government agencies and
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