The Federal Reserve Bank
The Joint Economic Committee of Congress
The President of the United States
The Senate Budget Committee
3.33, 3.5, 4.0
3.5, 4.0, 3.33
3.33, 4.0, 3.5
3.33, 3.33, 4.0
Cessation of War Powers
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Theodore Roosevelt to assert a U.S. right to intervene in Latin America to preserve law and order.
Woodrow Wilson to support Great Britain against German aggression.
Franklin Roosevelt to extend U.S. influence in the Pacific.
Lyndon Johnson to protect U.S. interests in southeast Asia
A congressional district traditionally has an almost even split between voters from each major party.
One congressional district in a state has many more voters per square mile than the other districts in the state
An oddly shaped congressional district has a majority of voters from one of the two major parties while surrounding districts have majorities from the other major party.
The representative to the House of Representatives from a congressional district ina large state is a member of one major party while the majority of voters in the district are members of another party
National defense products
Light provided by lighthouses
Nigeria and Kenya
Senegal and Ghana
Mozambique, Ghana, and Somalia
Liberia, Ethiopia, and South Africa
The persistence of traditional societies within modernized nations
The fact that the majority of the world's population still lives in rural areas
Universal access to information through electronic media
The tendency of nations to specialize as tradespeople used to a village setting
Company A is more successful than company B
Company B is more successful than company A
Both companies are equally successful
Neither company is a success
Try to ignore a problem and hope it will go away
Work in a very noisy environment that makes it hard to concentrate
Believe they are incapable of dealing with a situation
Have a great many things to do both at home and at work
Lacks the material resources to do the job
Is not getting paid enough to do the job
Lacks the skills to do the job
Lacks the motivation to do the job
Anecdotes and jargon
Reasons and evidence
Slippery slope arguments and circular reasoning
Newspaper features and personal interviews.
Cannot be sent into combat without prior congressional approval
Must be withdrawn from combat within 90 days unless Congress approves their deployment
Can only be sent into combat by order of the president in a national emergency
Cannot be sent into combat unless congress declares war.
Women gave up their jobs to veterans and returned to staying at home, greatly decreasing the numbers of women in paid wage labor.
Women lost higher paying jobs to veterans but many returned to lower-paying jobs.
Women competed with returning veterans to keep their high-paying jobs, resulting in the first "equal pay for equal work" legislation
In order to make room for veterans to resume their old jobs, the U.S. government sponsored leadership programs to retrain women as executives and corporation managers.
The better quality of and greater competition among newspapers
The lack of finances to support newspapers
Television's more comprehensive coverage of news events
Consumer preferences for listening to or watch news events
They see their work as a valued goal in is own right
They believe that they will receive a reward separate from what the work itself provides
They see their work as a valued goal in its own right and believe they will be well paid
Pay is linked directly to productivity
Collaboration and reason
Competition and antagonism
Compassion and empathy
Manipulation and negotiation
Threshold Test Ban treaty of 1974
Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty of 1979
Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces Treaty of 1988
Conventional Forces in Europe Treaty of 1992
Encouraging worker participation in decision making
Avoiding discipline in the interest of teamwork
Showing appreciation for team efforts
Being flexible in making assignments