New book teaches citizens how to better get the government’s attention
Congress today has a lower approval rating than most teenybopper bands and Americans of all political leanings report feeling that their elected officials are out of touch with the concerns of the average person.
A new book goes into how citizens can be effective in bringing concerns before the government in an attempt to bring elected officials closer to reality.
Host Jamila Bey spoke with Amanda Knief, a public policy and constitutional expert on religious freedom and civil liberties, to discuss her new book, “Citizen Lobbyist: A How-to Manual for Making Your Voice Heard in Government.”
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