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Educational [[interest group]] with the self-described mission "to inform all Americans, men and women, about the issues surrounding national security; to address their fears about safety and security on a personal, family, community, national and international level; to highlight the connection between individual safety and a strong national defense; to increase civic participation and political responsibility; and to empower all Americans to become proactive defenders of our national security and community safety."<ref>{{citation
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Educational [[interest group]] with the self-described mission "to inform all Americans, men and women, about the issues surrounding national security; to address their fears about safety and security on a personal, family, community, national and international level; to highlight the connection between individual safety and a strong national defense; to increase civic participation and political responsibility; and to empower all Americans to become proactive defenders of America's national security and community safety."<ref>{{citation
 
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  | url = http://www.familysecuritymatters.org/about/

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Educational interest group with the self-described mission "to inform all Americans, men and women, about the issues surrounding national security; to address their fears about safety and security on a personal, family, community, national and international level; to highlight the connection between individual safety and a strong national defense; to increase civic participation and political responsibility; and to empower all Americans to become proactive defenders of America's national security and community safety."[1]

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  1. About Us, Family Security Matters