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takes a firm stand on the program of the administration and publicize its views
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User: takes a firm stand on the program of the administration and publicize its views

Weegy: A duty of the "loyal opposition" is to take a firm stand on the program of the administration and publicize its views.
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User: spent over 9 million dollars in his Presidential bid in 1996

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Phil Gramm spent over 9 million dollars in his presidential bid in 1996.
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