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The functions of the major parties in United States politics include
Sports and politics can influence each other greatly. A very famous case when sports and politics colided was the 1972 Olympics in Munich. Masked men entered the hotel of the Israeli olympic team and killed many of their men. [ This was known as the Munich massacre. ]
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User: The functions of the major parties in United States politics include

Weegy: Sports and politics can influence each other greatly. A very famous case when sports and politics colided was the 1972 Olympics in Munich. Masked men entered the hotel of the Israeli olympic team and killed many of their men. [ This was known as the Munich massacre. ]
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User: The functions of the major parties in United States politics include a. nominating candidates for office. b. insuring the good performance of their elected candidates. c. providing a mechanism for the conduct of government. d. all of the above.

Weegy: The functions of the major parties in United States politics include d. all of the above.
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