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The creation of MySpace pages by candidates in the 2008 Presidential Election is an example of the use of ___________________ to influence public opinion. a. historic events c. mass media b. opinion
leaders d. viewpoints
The creation of MySpace pages by candidates in the 2008 Presidential Election is an example of the use of mass media to influence public opinion.
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