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Which of the following is a direct method of lobbying? A. Organizing a large-scale protest march B. Mobilizing a grass-roots effort back home C. Having dinner with a member of Congress D. Starting a get-out-the-vote campaign online
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User: Which of the following is a direct method of lobbying? A. Organizing a large-scale protest march B. Mobilizing a grass-roots effort back home C. Having dinner with a member of Congress D. Starting a get-out-the-vote campaign online

Weegy: B. Mobilizing a grass-roots effort back home is a direct method of lobbying.
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User: The most effective action an interest group can take is to A. help elect sympathetic officials. B. help public officials educate voters. C. write speeches for public officials. D. write legislation for public officials.

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Having dinner with a member of Congress is a direct method of lobbying.
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