Political Parties And Interest Groups Term Paper

Length: 7 pages Sources: 4 Subject: Government Type: Term Paper Paper: #90248907 Related Topics: Interest Groups, Political Issues, Ap, Democratic Party
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The best that they can hope for is to influence a political party to get behind their cause and vote to have it adopted. Political parties on the other hand, have the power and ability to change laws and mandates by their voting clout.




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