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2.13 Perspectives

Civics Florida Standard SS.7.C.2.13 Multiple Perspectives

deliberate to think about or discuss issues and decisions carefully
editorial an opinion-based item generated by the editor or editorial board of a newspaper or other media.
issue a subject that is under debate by two or more parties
nonprofit organization a group organized on a local, national or international level to perform a variety of services related to an issue or variety of issues; funding goes toward the issue instead of making a profit
perspective point of view
political party an organization that seeks to gain political power by electing members to public office so that their political ideas can be reflected in public policies
special interest group people who are concerned with some particular issue or part of the government and who try to influence legislators to act in their favor
voting age population citizens residing in the United States, age 18 and older; before the passage of the 26th Amendment in 1971, the voting-age population was age 21 and older for most states