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Which statement does NOT describe one type of minor party? a. The members of a minor party are united by a particular group of viewpoints. b. A minor party is a party that has broken
away from a major party. c. The members of a minor party tend to support the platform of a major party. d. A minor party expresses discontent over the state of the economy.
"The members of a minor party tend to support the platform of a major party" does NOT describe one type of minor party.
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"The members of a minor party tend to support the platform of a major party" does NOT describe one type of minor party.
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