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Alexander Hamilton and other members of the Federalist party wrote the essays in The Federalist Papers to convince others to share their views about the Constitution. This is an example of which of the following? media affecting public opinion public opinion affecting the media both of the above none of the above
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Weegy: Progressive. User: From the following quote, decide whether the statement is more progressive or traditional. Literature should represent an 'experience', giving something to the reader and employing all the resources of language. The text should be balanced with the properly literary matching of form and content. (Barrell) Weegy: Progressive User: From the following quote, decide whether the statement is more progressive or ... (More)
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