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special interests

noun as in affinity group

noun as in interest group

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They also say they are independent because “both parties care more about special interests than about average Americans.”

By the way, why is special interests always shady while special needs is practically an accolade?

He denounces money from special interests and raises more money from Wall Street than any president in history.

Twenty-five years after smashing the music business, Krist Novoselic would like to do the same to special interests.

It requires confronting institutional problems and influential intraparty special interests in favor of facing facts.

Then came the special interests that sold to the people diseased meats, poisoned foods, and adulterated drugs.

Those special interests denied that the Nation had the power to stop them.

The real question is simply this, Who can best regulate the special interests for the country's good?

Gradually the special interests of these several groups become separated.

In short, under him the Supreme Court has become the agent of special interests.


On this page you'll find 11 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to special interests, such as: pac, political action committee, pressure group, and single-issue group.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.