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choice

A popular term referring to the freedom to choose, a process that assesses alternative sources of information and options.
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According to surveys conducted for the government by Apt Associates Inc, seniors complained that they "found the multiplicity of choices to be overwhelming.
Camille Paglia takes this shallow politics of choice to even greater heights of absurdity.
Though enterprising parents among the disadvantaged are more able to avail themselves of choice than others, Greene observes that this is no less true of "food stamps, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families, and virtually all other antipoverty programs.
CHOICE Administrators[R] is proud to offer the only licensed dental discount plans in California through CaliforniaChoice and CaliforniaChoice 51+ and to continue to offer them at no cost to our members," said Ron Goldstein, president of CHOICE Administrators[R].
And most of them must have recognized that those choices--determining their economic future, and the nation's--were more significant, if not more immediately satisfying, than the consumer version of choice laid out in The Next Deal.