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j3nny0rtiz

  • one year ago

Public policy and Politics A. Government B. Public C. Nation D. Special Interests I think its A

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  1. anonymous
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    I think its A too

  2. anonymous
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    I believe it's A, because the Public Policy is the, I guess, "unwritten, social, but enforced rules" of the law (from what I know,) and law is decided by the government. And politics, which you should know already, is completely based on the government in a social fashion.

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