Senior Interest Groups
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This paper traces the historical growth in power and political influence of organizations that advocate for senior citizens. The paper's analysis maintains that it is not seniors who have become too powerful or immune to government budget cuts, but rather the interests groups who often have an ulterior agenda in mind.
From the Paper:"Senior citizens -- seniors hereafter -- are generally considered those aged sixty-five and older in the U S population. According to Day, this demographic has grown twice as fast as the rest of the population over the past two decades..."
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