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Are religious organizations bureaucracies? (Points : 1) 1. Yes, they have specialization and hierarchies 2. Religious organizations are not subject to the rules that guide secular organizations 3.
No, they are holy and divinely inspired 4. None of these choices
1) Yes, they have specialization and hierarchies
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