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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Group Association
  2. determinants of success in elect.
  3. political parties
  4. 1st threat to reason
  5. Elements of liberalism
  1. a there are those who seldom reason at all, but think like others (parents, preachers etc.)
  2. b - suspicious of economy, don't want separations
    -believes in government intervention to stabilize economy(new deal, Obama Bailouts)
    -the economy cannot fix itself
    -values equality over liberty
  3. c think of politics mainly in terms of the groups they liked or disliked, ex "Republicans support small business owners like me" (largest group)
  4. d more inclined to have an ideology, campaigns for cities, recruits candidates
  5. e -campaign resources
    -prospects for winning early, caucuses and primaries

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. taken up by 2 states, maine and nebraska,
    each state the congressional districts vote and the overall winner gains 2 votes automatically. then each candidate receives votes by district.
  2. conservative, Lockean liberalism
  3. marxism, facism, communism, socialism
  4. parties run lots of candidates for seats.. they get seats proportional to the percent of the votes they get.
  5. govt. agency, interest groups, and congressional committees. who all end up working in self interest. most people want interest groups to be happy to get bigger budgets

5 True/False questions

  1. Political Socializationthe process through which a young person acquires political orientations as the grow up, based on inputs from parents, teachers, the media, and friends, lasts from cradle to the grave


  2. affective component of political socializationthe facts that affect our emotions


  3. Ideologuesindividuals who think in ideological terms when voting(smallest group), more activists in this group


  4. when fed. elect. laws govern campaign finance-elected by electoral college
    -less ideology, more moderate


  5. Abe Linclonfirst republican president in 1860


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