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what is the term given to the activities of interest groups that seek to influence the making and implementation of public policy and to persuade government officials to support a group's position.

A. Muckrakers
B. Bribers
C. Lobbyists
D. Non-Governmental Organizations (NGO)

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    Which of those do you think the answer is?

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    idk i cant find it in my notes

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    Look up each of the first three words in a dictionary. Try this one.

    http://dictionary.reference.com/

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    i guess c

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    Right. However, the question is poorly worded. The activities are called lobbying. The people who do the lobbying are lobbyists.

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    oh ok thank you

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    You're welcome.

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    Why are political parties created?

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