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5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- What is a law?
- What must political systems figure out in order for a society to prosper?
- What is plurality
- What is an economic system?
- What are the major social institutions?
- a the largest # of votes cast for office
- b how poeple get what they want and need
- c they must figure out how to function because if not then it leads to chaos
- d a set of rules and standards by which a society governs itself
- e political systems, economic systems, family, religion, education, and government q
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- they enable decisions of who reaps benefits and who pays the cost of public policy
- a group of persons who seekk to control government through the winning of elections and the holding of public office
- general concern and interest of the higher portion of the people
- means of communication that reach large, widely dispersed audiences simultaneously
5 True/False Questions
What are econonomic protest parties? → focus on only one public party matter
What is the government? → institution through which a society makes and enforces public policies
What were the first 2 political parties? → democratic and republican
What is a radical? → believes that government must take action to change economic, political, and idealogical policies thought to be unfair
What is the constitution? → temporary alliance of several groups