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According to James Madison, the source of most interest groups or factions is: A. the unequal distribution of property. B. the American political tradition of association. C. the system of
separation of powers in America. D. the spirit of individualism.
According to James Madison, the source of most interest groups or factions is: A. the unequal distribution of property.
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User: According to James Madison, the source of most interest groups or factions is: A. the unequal distribution of property. B. the American political tradition of association. C. the system of separation of powers in America. D. the spirit of individualism.

Weegy: C. the system of separation of powers in America.
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According to James Madison, the source of most interest groups or factions is: A. the unequal distribution of property.
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The theory that nearly all interests are adequately presented through group activity is: A. republicanism. B. constitutionalism. C. elitism. D. pluralism.
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The theory that nearly all interests are adequately presented through group activity is called pluralism.
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