The consensus and the society have the choice of most far reaching and obvious remedy: there is a chance that it might be repealing all special interest regulation or legislation and at the same time the application of strong laws related to antitrust to all types of collusion or cartel that had been using its power in obtaining wages or prices above the levels of competition. In this way, the society could prevent distributional coalition from being responsible of any considerable damage. Therefore, radical changes with respect to the policies and ideas are highly unlikely. However, the scenario has enough evidence that this paper’s argument or other similar arguments should have great extent of influence on the predictions of this as false. It is quite obvious that antitrust policies’ imposition and legislation of special interest will be opposed by the distributional coalitions. This has been denying them the gains of monopoly that could have been obtained by their collective actions. Over the past, there has been economic education’s limited impact, which corroborated the achievement of professional consensus. This suggests the fact that often there will be success for the coalitions.
Keynes’ doctrine is that the world is governed by nothing much else, but the ideas, which can be considered to be an exaggeration. However, his critics and their impacts, and his works on the public policy which bears great impact are indicative of the fact that a lot of differences are made by the ideas. Therefore, it can be concluded that the special interests does it harms way to social mobility, equal opportunity, coherent government, full employment, and economic growth. The students of this field should be aware of this more and more as the time progresses. It can be hoped that this awareness will be spreading to the increasing percentage of the population. Moreover, an awareness of a wider range will be limiting greatly the losses that emanated from the special interests. This can only lead to a happy ending.