Interest Groups

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Using an engaging analogy regarding who decides what food should be served in cafeterias, your learners will discover how interest groups work to persuade policy makers and advocate for the needs of their groups. Topics covered in the reading material include how interest groups influence government, lobby for support, endorse candidates, and raise money through political action committees (PACs). 

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