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1. The Era of Good Feelings was characterized by
1. Campaign finance laws are challenged as a violation of the ________ Amendment.
1. ________ make sure that people in government know what their members want and that their organizations know what the government is doing.
1. Recently anti-immigration groups have taken to holding public protests on April 15, the day taxes are due, to emphasize economic consequences of illegal immigration. Your textbook might describe this as an example of
1. The most common form of grassroots lobbying involves
1. Interest groups that lobby for poor people often gain key financial support from
1. What is ticket splitting?
1. What most distinguishes political parties from interest groups like the AFL-CIO and the National Association of Manufacturers is that
1. Since the present two-party system was established, how many minor-party candidates have been elected to the presidency?
1. Which of the following arguments has not been raised as a defense of the electoral college?
The Era of Good Feelings was characterized by
A dispute over floor debate procedure in the House would be settled by
A president who comes to Washington with a clear set of predetermined goals and pursues them unbendingly will probably
It takes a _________ vote of Congress to overturn a presidential veto.
According to Max Weber ideal bureaucracies should have all of the following
Meetings in which legislation is debated and amended are called _________
Before the 2012 election, about __________ of Congress were millionaires.
In the congressional setting, casework refers to
The rules that govern floor debate in the House of Representatives
An underlying assumption of the concept of descriptive representation is that
In 2006, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that President Bush’s unilaterally
established military commissions to try alleged enemy combatants captured in
Afghanistan and Iraq were
When President Lincoln instituted a blockade of southern ports, thereby
committing an act of war, he did so
Which president issued an executive order to end racial segregation in the armed
The most controversial expansion of the president’s power, in attempting to set
the nation’s policy agenda, has come through the
The purpose of the Pendleton Act of 1883 was to
Presidential appointees in the executive branch fill the top policymaking positions
in government, and some 1000 of them require
The U.S. Postal Service and Amtrak are examples of
Something of value that cannot be withheld from a non-group member is a
Each state has one vote in the electoral college for
The New Hampshire presidential primary gathers the lion’s share of political and
media attention because
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