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civics help please

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  1. TheCatMan
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    In 1972, Congress passed the Federal Election Campaign Act. This act requires political candidates to disclose the sources of their campaign contributions. The DISCLOSE Act of 2010 was proposed to amend the Federal Election Campaign Act to limit sources of contributions and required even more disclosures. Which of the following is most likely the main force behind these campaign reforms? Special interest groups wanted to get credit for their campaign contributions to politicians. Politicians wanted to show how diverse their contributors were. Media outlets wanted to uncover political scandals concerning campaign contributions. People were concerned about what groups were influencing politicians through their contributions.

  2. TheCatMan
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    i think b

  3. kaseymarie
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    A or C idk sorry

  4. TheCatMan
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    thanks

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