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Interest Groups What was the main concern for early organizers of the Tea Party movement? President Obama’s election to office revolutionizing the Republican Party wasteful government spending and bureaucratic growth paying other people’s mortgages Save Correct. Following the collapse of the housing market, political groups began organizing rallies to focus attention on wasteful spending and bureaucratic growth.
Interest groups are organized around which of the following? Save
If the Democrats and the Republicans are the opposing teams (metaphorically speaking), interest groups are which of the following?
Save Correct. If Democrats and Republicans are the opposing teams, interest groups are the fans. Interest groups resemble which of the following? constellations surrounding the major parties
political parties in countries with autocratic governments congressional caucuses head coaches of professional sports teams Save Correct. Interest groups resemble constellations surrounding the major parties. Groups concerned with private interests may include which of the following?
Which of the following would be an example of a public interest group? the American Medical Association the American Farm Bureau Federation the AFL-CIO the NAACP Save Correct. The NAACP is an example of a public interest group.
What is one example of an ideological or issue-oriented interest group?
Which of the following interest groups fought to keep health care reform legislation alive?
According to the text, what is the primary function of lobbyists?
Effective lobbying results in which of the following? Choose the BEST answer. media attention political favors immediate legislative success mutually beneficial relationships Save Correct. Effective lobbying results in mutually beneficial relationships.

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