5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What is plurality
- What are the 3 basic government policies?
- What type of economic system does the united states have?
- What are examples of peer groups?
- What is a democracy?
- a legislative, executive and judicial
- b friends, classmates, neighbors
- c the power rests with the majority of the people
- d the largest # of votes cast for office
- e capitalism
5 Multiple choice questions
- party that controls the executive branch of government
- believes that government must take action to change economic, political, and idealogical policies thought to be unfair
- democrat and republican
- favors extreme change to create an altered or entirely new social system
- the course of action which the government takes in response to some need or concern
5 True/False questions
What are peer groups? → made up of people with whom one regularly associates
What are public policies? → things that the government decides sto do
What are bonding agent functions? → ensuring the good performance of candidates and officers
What is nominating a candidate? → selecting a candidate to present to voters
What are single issue parties? → focus on only one public party matter