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What would be your BEST advice to a person who wants to learn more about political issues? a. Watch only television news and commentary shows daily. b. Pay attention only to newspaper
stories. c. Explore a variety of sources of political information. d. Regularly read the major newspapers and news magazines.
The BEST advice to a person who wants to learn more about political issues is c. Explore a variety of sources of political information.
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User: Does the fact that the President gets a daily report of information from top news sources suggest undue influence of the media on government? Explain.

User: ____ are made up of the people with whom one regularly associates, including friends, classmates, neighbors, and co-workers.

User: What would be your BEST advice to a person who wants to learn more about political issues? a. Watch only television news and commentary shows daily. b. Pay attention only to newspaper stories. c. Explore a variety of sources of political information. d. Regularly read the major newspapers and news magazines.

Weegy: The BEST advice to a person who wants to learn more about political issues is c. Explore a variety of sources of political information.
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Peer groups are made up of the people with whom one regularly associates, including friends, classmates, neighbors, and co-workers.

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