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A. Are actual group members.
B. Avoid collective goods.
C. Aggravate large groups more than small groups.
D. Automatically share in selective benefits.

This question is part of Chapter 11: Interest Groups
Asked by Taptapbritt, Last updated: Mar 20, 2020

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Desruct

Desruct

Answered Dec 08, 2016

3.Aggravate large groups more than small groups. THis is because "free-riders" are defined as people who seek to benefit from the actual groups work that represents their interests in government but don't actually do any of the work themselves to achieve the groups goals. However, selective benefits are offered to specifically and only actual group members such as travel discounts, information publications, and special insurance policies for actual group members, and not free-riders so more free-riders or every potential group member not an actual group member to join the actual group to eliminate this free-riders problem as Olson's law describes, particularyly AGRIVATING LARGE GROUPS. that is why
 

John Smith

John Smith

Answered Nov 04, 2016

Automatically share in selective benefits.
 

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