The NAACP: Civil Rights-Based Organization

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The NAACP is the nations oldest, largest, and most widely known civil rights based organization. Their main purpose is to ensure the educational, social, political and economic equality of minority groups in the US and eliminate any prejudice. They seek to remove all racial discrimination through the democratic process. After a series of early court battles, including the Guinn V. United States, in 1910, the NAACP established an importance as a legal advocate. They have also learned to harness the power of publicity in 1915. The NAACP is greatly associated with the Democratic Party.
The AARP represents the needs of a lot of diverse people through lifestyle and political views. The AARP have learned to develop public policy that serves a very
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This group was founded in 1871 and started the firearm-related bills since 1934. They have organized rifle clubs in many states, as well as the National guard organizations sough NRA advice to improve members ' marksmanship. Because of their obsession with gun control, the NRA greatly affiliated with the Republican Party.
The AMA has promoted scientific advancement, improved public health, and invested in the doctor and patient relationship. They also embrace the need for change and believes physician leadership is critical to successfully deliver a patient focused health care system. After looking at graphs, I believe the AMA is most affiliated with the Republican Party.
The AFL-CIO works to improve the lives of people who work; and help people who want to join together in unions so they can collectively communicate with their employers for better working conditions and the best way to get a job done. They work to help people acquire valuable skills and job-readiness. The AFL-CIO is a democratic
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Soon after, another court case said that only super PACs have an unlimited contribution mark. thought they are required to disclose their donors and are not allowed to discus political policy with the candidate.
The 1976 Buckley v. Valeo works as an obstacle to effective campaign finance reform. It does this in two ways: one; linking money with speech, this case prohibited the government from putting limits on candidates. Two; acknowledging that large contributions can potentially be corrupting. This decision created a perfect setting for a black market in "soft money".
Under the FEC Act, money given directly to candidates for a political office is known has "hard money", and it is strictly regulated. Money given directly to political parties to support a candidate for a political office is also considered "hard

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