Do interest/pressure groups contribute to democracy in the USA? Watch

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I've got to form a table of arguments for and against for this question- 'Do interest/pressure groups contribute to democracy in the USA', and i have to admit pressure groups has never been my strong point in politics A level. So far i have the fact that pressure groups are checked by each other so that no group gets too powerful. In the against arguments i have that groups hire proffesional lobbyists most of the time, which means some can afford it better than others. Can anyone help? Thanks
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