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5 Matching questions

  1. The fact that the rich are taxed more heavily than the poor and that amendments that gave voting rights to minorities were passed by large majorities suggests that
  2. Individuals have power when they are able to
  3. Which delegate to the Constitutional Convention was worried that the new government that he helped to create might be too democratic?
  4. The primary source of legitimate political authority in the United States is the
  5. Today the U.S. federal income tax takes an average of what percent of taxpayers' income?
  1. a get someone else to do their own intentions.
  2. b even though most politicians are middle class, white Protestant men, the people are in charge and they have insisted on equality
  3. c 21%
  4. d Constitution
  5. e Alexander Hamilton

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. When a circumstance is too complicated for the "average citizen" to understand.
  2. A opportunity for genuine leadership competition
  3. not a popular view
  4. regimes that were as close as possible to Aristotle's definition "rule of many"
  5. elitist

5 True/False questions

  1. The text suggest that, in the United States, no government at any level would be considered legitimate if it were not in some sensepurpose

          

  2. The author cites the early presidential admin, the Civil War, and the New Deal, as examples of struggles overeven though most politicians are middle class, white Protestant men, the people are in charge and they have insisted on equality

          

  3. Those who possess a disproportionate share of political power are defined asregimes that were as close as possible to Aristotle's definition "rule of many"

          

  4. Compared with the 1950s, government's involvement in the everyday lives of Americans in the 1990s isplaying a larger part.

          

  5. The text argues that political power is inextricably bound withregimes that were as close as possible to Aristotle's definition "rule of many"

          

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