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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iron_triangle_(US_politics)

In United States politics, the iron triangle comprises the policy-making relationship among the congressional committees, the bureaucracy, and interest groups.

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Jun 14, 2016 ... Everything you need to know about Iron Triangles, or issue networks, for the AP US Government & Politics exam, including a practice ...

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Aug 6, 2015 ... The iron triangle is a unique relationship between bureaucracy, ... Political Action Committees: Characteristics & Influence on Politics ..... The Rules of American Politics: Democracy, Constitutionalism & Capitalism 7:47; What ...

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Iron triangle refers to dynamics between Congress, interest groups and ... (and sometimes corrupt) subgovernmental situations in which American citizens' best  ...

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Observers of the modern American government often point to an iron triangle that ... political analysts believe policy is set by the participants in the "Iron Triangle" ...

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May 5, 2015 ... A super helpful 6 minute explanation of Iron Triangles. A certainty on the AP American Government exam and in Congress ... The power the three corners of the iron triangle ultimately wield is political; is the sanction we 300 ...

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An iron triangle is the term used to describe a relationship that develops between ... of Representatives will provide political support and appropriations to the US ...

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Iron triangles. The closed, mutually supportive relationships that often prevail in the United States between the government agencies, the special interest ...