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Interest groups are also called pressure groups mainly because
they seek to put pressure on the government to affect policies
Lobbying is the process by which group pressures are applied to
all aspects of the public policy-making process
Interest groups know that public opinion is important because
no policy will stay in place very long without full public support
All of the following organizations serve the interests of organized labor EXCEPT
the National Grange
Organized interest groups apply pressure to government through all of the following means EXCEPT
forming minor political parties
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