Exam 1 POLS
Last Modified: 2012-11-05
b. who gets what, when, and how
c. the same in most countries
e. ALL THE ABOVE
d. promoting economic development
b. the low turnout in most elections
c. the level of information the public has on most issues
d.the complexity of most issues that come before Congress.
e. ALL OF THE ABOVE
d. changed so that today most citizens can vote
b. few voters would be able to assess the trade-offs that are involved
c. voters mioght authorize new spending that would impact on the national debt
d.few voters would fully explore the consequences of their voting decisions
e.ALL OF THE ABOVE
c. voters choose amongst competing elites
- Pluralists see public policy as
- The two most important sources of political socialization are
- the family and the educational system
- Unlike liberals or conservatives, socialists advocate
- ownership of buisnesses by the government of by cooperatives
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