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Which one of the following political interest groups falls into the organized labor category? A. National Rifle Association B. National Audubon Society C. National Education Association D. National Broadcasting Corporatio
National Education Association political interest groups falls into the organized labor category.
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National Education Association political interest groups falls into the organized labor category.
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