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Why do minor parties have difficulty succeeding in the United States electoral system? A. tend to focus on only a single issue B. quickly join forces with the wrong party C. views are
usually tied to strict religious doctrine D. seldom are given the respect from foreign officials they need to get elected
A. tend to focus on only a single issue is why minor parties have trouble succeeding
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