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Fictional Interest Groups, Pressure Groups, Lobbies describe organizations that seek to make public policy, as distingusihed from political parties, which seek to determine the personnel of government.

List, in Science FictionEdit

  • Chester Ladies Fecundity Association - Anthony Burgess's novel The Wanting Seed, p. 195
  • The Committee on the Incipient Evil - James Morrow's 1985 novel This is the Way the World Ends, p. 169
  • Generals Against Nuclear Arms - James Morrow's 1985 novel This is the Way the World Ends, pp. 181-185, 198
  • Heston League (opposed to uplifting apes) - David Brin's novel Existence
  • Holehunter's Trade Association - John Varley's novel The Ophiuchi Hotline, p. 174
  • Human Purity League (anti-hermaphrodite hate group) - F.M. Busby's novel The Breeds of Man, p. 293
  • International Canaan Organization (Abolitionist) - Ben H. Winters's novel Underground Airlines, p. 35
  • Interplanetary Shippers' Association - Poul Anderson's short story "The Moonrakers" in his collection Beyond the Beyond, p. 178
  • Keep Earth Human League - Robert A. Heinlein's novel The Star Beast.
  • Leafists - Anthony O'Neill's novel The Dark Side, p. 148
  • Lichfield Fecundity Guild - Anthony Burgess's novel The Wanting Seed, p. 178
  • Mormon League - David Brin's novel Existence
  • National Association of Riflemen or NAR - Arthur C. Clarke and Michael Kube-McDowell's novel Trigger, p. 343.
  • National Council of Black Nationalist Leaders - Norman Spinrad's novel Bug Jack Barron
  • South Staffs Love Group - Anthony Burgess's novel The Wanting Seed, p. 178
  • Union of Calm Grownups - David Brin's novel Existence, p. 644
  • United Black Muslim Movement - Norman Spinrad's novel Bug Jack Barron

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