political sociology Paper

1) In the reading “Lobbying as legislative subsidy”, Hall and Deardorff explain that even if lobbyists do not sway legislators, the provision of“legislative subsidy” is likely to introduce political bias. Explain this argument.

2) How do Esping-Anderson’s three models of the social welfare state (liberal, corporatist, and social democratic) differ in terms of de-commodification and stratification?

one page for each question.