political parties and interest groups

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Political Parties and Interest Groups. 70% of students will successfully research and evaluate how these intermediaries make their views known to government and try to influence public policy. [ SLO #2 fulfills the following Program Level Outcomes: Communication, Critical Thinking, Social and Personal Responsibility, as well as the following Course Level Outcomes: 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8.]

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2) This part of the course included sessions on political parties and interest groups. Parties and groups are intermediaries—each is a way in which people can make their views known to government and can try to influence public policy. In your view, which entity—parties or groups—has the greater influence on government policy? Explain the basis for your conclusion.

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Political Parties and Interest Groups
Interest groups have more influence on government policy. Unlike political parties that
work solely to fill candidates for positions under a party label, interest groups work on issuespecific and narrowly focused on areas such as gun right, interests ranging, and taxes. In
addition, interest groups are more concerned with ensuring that their policy po...

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