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Posted by vedrana on Thursday, July 1, 2010 at 9:01am.

Ideological groups are distinct from single issue groups in
a. the number of issues with which they are concerned.
b. the intensity of their membersí opinions.
c. their tendency to get involved in election campaigns.
d. that members do not seek to influence the political process
IS B OR D ?THANK YOU:))))))

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