Political Science Quiz 1

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1.  Authoritative government gives you an exit option
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2.  Independent voters claim to have ___________ party affiliation.
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3.  A monarchy is:
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5.  The United States is a _______ government.
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6.  Democracy means rule by:
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7.  A republic is ruled by:
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8.  Absolute government is ____________, while constitutional government is _____________.
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9.  Unitary government:
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10.  Three sources of political legitimacy are:
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11.  A majority candidate or party receives more than half of all votes cast.
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12.  Theocracy means rule by:
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13.  About ___% of national governments in the world are unitary.
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14.  Aristocracy means rule by:
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15.  What values does government allocate?
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16.  You, as a U.S. citizen, can violate the the U.S. Constitution
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17.  U.S. central government is ____, whereas Britain's central government is ______.
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18.  Why did the Articles of Confederation fail?
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19.  Amendments to the structure of the U.S. require approval from ______ of the states.
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20.  A form of government that derives its power indirectly from the people, who elect representatives is called a(n) __________ democracy.
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21.  Compromise made by states at the Constitutional Convention for a bicameral legislature with a lower house in which representation would be based on population and an upper house in which each state would have two senators
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22.  Proposal made at the Constitutional Convention for a unicameral central government with single house legislature in which each state would be represented equally.
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23.  A convention held in September 1786 to consider problems of trade and navigation, attended by five states.
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24.  Proposal at the Constitutional Convention made for a strong central government with a bicameral legislature.
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25.  This would require that all judges treat national laws and treaties with highest regard.
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