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What makes the American Association of Retired Persons powerful? A. Its members have children who have positions of power in government. B. Most retired people held powerful positions at some point. C. People feel bad for the elderly and want to help them with policy issues. D. It has 38 million members which form a large and powerful voting bloc.
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The American Association of Retired Persons is powerful because: It has 38 million members which form a large and powerful voting bloc.
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