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The group whose mission is to 'defend and preserve the individual rights and liberties guaranteed to every person in this country by the Constitution and laws of the United States.
Founded in 1971, it is a national advocacy organization that promotes public policies to help women obtain affordable, quality health care for themselves and their families
It is one of the oldest and most influential civil rights organizations in the United States. Its mission is 'to ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of
A nonprofit, nonpartisan public interest law firm with a history of advocating for individual liberty, limited and efficient government, free enterprise, sound science in the court
A non-profit public interest law firm in the United States. Based in Washington, D.C., the firm is 'dedicated to the defense of individual liberties against the increasingly aggres
A proposed amendment to the United States Constitution. It was originally written by Alice Paul. In 1972, it passed both houses of Congress, but failed to gain ratification.
A group which obtains grants from foundations and government agencies, concentrating its efforts on bringing lawsuits aimed at enforcing the legal rights of women in higher educati
the largest feminist organization in the United States . It was founded in 1966 and has a membership of 500,000
the oldest and largest environmental organization in the United States
congressionally chartered mutual-aid veterans organization of the United States armed forces founded to benefit those veterans who served during a wartime period
to attempt to influence governmental decisions, especially legislation, or a group organized for this purpose.
To join mass-membership organizations, one must offer (something of value they cannot get without joining
Sense of pleasure, status, or companionship that arises out of meeting together in small groups.
money, things, or services readily valued in monetary terms.
Appeal of stated goals to recruit members.
Organizations that attract members by appealing to their interest in a coherent set of usually controversial principles
A organization whose purpose is to benefit nonmembers
A system in which the person who gets the most votes, even if she does not get a majority of all votes counts, wins the election. This applies to all elections, whether they be for
The term used to describe when a candidate as a person appeals to individuals for assistance, rather than relying on the party. The personality and popularity of the candidate is t
The extremely rare political occurrence in which only two parties ever have a chance of winning a national election. In the United States, politics is dominated by the Democratic a
Parties that value principles above winning elections. They are often third parties, such as the Socialist, Socialist Workers, Libertarian, and Right-to-Life parties.
Lists all candidates by office- this has contributed to the increase of ticket splitting.
A meeting of party followers, in which party delegates are chosen.
Parties seeking a single policy, usually revealed by their names, and avoiding any other issues.
ans soft money, limit on contributions to $1,000 to 2,000 per candidate per election, independent expenditures are restricted where they cannot use money in ads to talk about candi
The term used to describe the trend in which the party holding the White House does well in elections during times of economic prosperity, but poorly in elections during times of e
These groups are the various groups that make up a large proportion of the party’s total vote, thus telling campaigners how important the group is to the party. If the group only
These are the various identifiable groups in the population that supported the Democratic or Republican candidate for president. For example, African Americans tend to consistently
A committee that raises and spends campaign contributions on behalf of one or more candidates or causes. Usually created by corporations, labor unions, or special interest groups.
Drawing the boundaries of political districts in bizarre or unusual shapes to make it easy for candidates of the party in power to win elections in those districts

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