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By a narrow margin, Dr. Moreau was recently elected chair of the largest academic department are Faber College She has appointed faculty members who are loyal to her and support her views t o the most influential and important committees in the department. This group of loyal colleagues Dr. Morearu is relying on to advance her policies is an example of a(an)
1) consortium
2) primary group
3)inner circle
4)out-group

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