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Practice Test For Government 2301 Mid-term Quiz

30 Questions  I  By Missjgal
Government Quizzes & Trivia
This is a practice quiz for a college level Government I mid-term quiz. Questions will focus on the US Constitution, democracy, and aspects learned during the first semester of the class.

  
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1.  What is political socialization?
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B.
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2.  What are some ways an interest group can influence the policymaking process?
3.  What is the function of the legislative branch?
4.  How many members are in the House of Representatives?
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B.
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5.  How members are in the Senate?
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6.  What is a party platform?
7.  Define liberalism.
8.  The Legislative Branch is composed of the President, the Vice President, and all the cabinet members.
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B.
9.  Income is not a factor of political participation.
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B.
10.  Liberalism is associated with providing essential services and remedies to social inequalities.
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B.
11.  The Equal Protection Clause is a provision of the 15th Amendment.
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12.  What are the patterns of political participation?
13.  The Sierra Club, Greenpeace, and the National Rifle Association are all examples of
14.  Women are more likely to vote than men.
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B.
15.  What is a political party?
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B.
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16.  What is a unitary government?
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17.  What are the stages of public policy approach?
18.  What is the function of the judical branch?
19.  Define confederation.
20.  Define democracy.
21.  Voter turnout is higher for younger individuals.
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B.
22.  Define implied powers.
23.  Define constitution.
24.  Define the rule of law.
25.  What are the agents of socialization?
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B.
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26.  Define conservatism.
27.  What are some policy issues Democrats and Republicans tend to disagree on?
28.  What are some factors that determine the power of an interest group?
29.  What is the power of the purse?
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30.  The president has the power to veto a bill that Congress sends him.
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