Describe how members of congress are influenced by outside forces and how members of congress in turn influence these forces

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Louis xvi wanted to force aristocrats to pay taxes for the first time
Opposition to the nra came to a head in 1935, when the conservative supreme court declared the agency unconstitutional, claiming the nra gave the executive branch regulatory powers that belonged exclusively to congress. this decision began a series of court decisions that overturned key elements of the new deal.

1. Members of Congress receive their information about complex members from lobbying groups, who work to inform the members of Congress on their stated issues. Being as information can have a bias, this is a way that Congresspeople are influenced by outside groups.

2. Congresspeople are very prominent figures, so they are able to lead groups as figureheads and influence through their leadership roles.



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