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An interest group is a A. collection of people who disagree on various issues. B. group of people who have agreed to vote in the same way. C. group of protestors desiring to have their collective voices heard by the government. D. collection of people with similar views on issues that work to influence all levels of government
An interest group is a: collection of people with similar views on issues that work to influence all levels of government.
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An interest group is a: collection of people with similar views on issues that work to influence all levels of government.

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