Silent majority (disambiguation)
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The silent majority, a term made famous by Richard Nixon, is an unspecified majority of people in a demographic who are perceived as not expressing their opinions publicly.
Silent Majority may also refer to:
- Silent Majority (hip hop group), a Swiss hip hop group
- Silent Majority (comics), a DC Comics character
- Silent Majority (Terry Allen's Greatest Missed Hits), an album by Terry Allen
- Silent Majority Group, a record label
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