5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What is public policy?
- What is a law?
- What is informing and activating supporters in terms of political parties?
- What is the bipartisan way?
- What are some of the different minor parties?
- a each party informs the people how they think they should be informed
- b the course of action which the government takes in response to some need or concern
- c a set of rules and standards by which a society governs itself
- d 2 parties find common ground
- e libertarian, reform, socialist, prohibition, natural lawo, communist, american indepenent, and green
5 Multiple choice questions
- legislative, executive and judicial
- holds beliefs that fall between liberal and conservative views and usually include some of both
- party that controls the executive branch of government
- the ability to command or prevent action
- they enable decisions of who reaps benefits and who pays the cost of public policy
5 True/False questions
What are econonomic protest parties? → those that have split away from one of the major parties
What is a radical? → favors extreme change to create an altered or entirely new social system
How does the government maintain social order? → authoritative figures who exercise power and control people
What is a minor party? → aone political party without wide voter support
What are splinter parties? → those that have split away from one of the major parties