The AARP (American Association of Retired Persons) pays to run an advertisement on certain television stations about protecting Social Security payments. What is this an example of?
a. outside lobbying
B. rally organizing
c. inside lobbying
d. lobby registration
a phrase from a poem by ralph waldo emerson about the battle of lexington and concord. emerson's words read, “here once the embattled farmers stood / and fired the shot heard round the world.”
the two atomic bombs dropped on japan in 1945 killed and maimed hundreds of thousands of people, and their effects are still being felt today. the uranium bomb detonated over hiroshima on 6 august 1945 had an explosive yield equal to 15,000 tonnes of tnt.