A majority of the House and Senate
Two-thirds of the Senators voting on the treaty
A majority of the House of Representatives
Three-fourths of the Senate
It means that there are insufficient responses to consider the survey valid.
It means that the results could be due to chance.
It means that different surveys have different results.
It means that the findings of the survey are not substantively important.
All rights in the Bill of Rights have applied to the states since the beginning.
All rights in the Bill of Rights have applied to the states since the passage of the 14th Amendment.
None of the rights in the Bill of Rights applies to the states. The states have their own bill of rights.
Most of the rights in the Bill of Rights have been applied to the states based upon Supreme Court decisions. Some still do not apply.
On wooden ships
Primarily on horseback
Across a land bridge now submerged beneath the Bering Sea
Under the leadership of a former warlord who would later become known as Chief Powhatan, the founder of the Powhatan Confederacy.
The Mayflower Compact
The Fundamental Order of Connecticut
The Articles of Confederation
The Declaration of Rights
At the time of the American Revolution, most white residents of the 13 colonies were either of norther or western European descent.
The Naturalization Act of 1790 made citizenship -- and all of its accompanying rights -- available to free white men of European descent and only to free white men of European descent.
The right to be educated in the language spoken in their homes was first granted during the 1820s to Pennsylvania's German speaking population.
Less than half of all southern whites belonged to slave-owning families
Industrial production continued relatively unabated.
Living standards immediately rose.
Governments attempted to bring about economic stabilization.
Prices increased dramatically
4 1/2 feet X 6 feet
6 feet X 7 1/2 feet
7 1/2 feet X 9 feet
9 feet X 12 feet
It gives the top management more time to think and develop strategic business directions.
It makes the entire company more structured and easier to account for financially.
It empowers the employees to make commitments, use resources, and take whatever actions to ensure customer satisfaction.
It provides jobs so that there will be many mid-level and low-level managers.
To reveal only the negative aspects of an idea or person
To use another person's ideas and claim them as your own
To make statements about a person that are injurious to the reputation of a person
Jump drive or flash drive
3.5" floppy disk
It is the formal name for the Cabinet.
It contains offices such as the Environmental Protection Administration that are cabinet level but not cabinet departments.
It consists of offices that advise the president.
It refers only to those in the White House who write speeches for the president and give political advice
It has been eliminated by Senate rules.
The introduction of cloture has allowed the Senate to end filibusters. Most filibusters are ended today by cloture.
The Senate limits a filibuster today to 30 hours.
The Senate has a track system that allows it to move on to other business if a filibuster stops work on a particular bill or appointment.
Yes, only by passing a federal Constitutional Amendment approved by the states.
Yes, by either passing a law or enacting a federal Constitutional Amendment, approved by the states.
No, states can do what they want.
Yes, by passing a resolution with a two-thirds vote.
The 13th Amendment
The 14th Amendment
The 15th Amendment
The 16th Amendment
The first large-scale attempt by the federal government to bring about racial equality by intervening and spending large amounts of money to help one group improve its position relative to other groups.
Former Confederate states were placed under martial law.
The passage of the 14th Amendment.
Souther states passing and enforcing laws that effectively denied blacks the right to vote.
Temperate mountain zones
During the Crimean War
During the Paris Commune
During the Franco Prussian War
After being deposed by the Directory
Economists believe that price controls generally cause distorted asset allocation
Economists believe that price controls can lead to a shortage of products on the open market
Alternative (and often illegal) distribution mechanisms emerge to avoid the price controls.
All of the above
Year 1 to year 2
Year 2 to year 3
Year 3 to year 4
Year 4 to year 5
The mean, median, mode, and range of players' points will change.
The median and the mode will remain the same, but the mean and the range will change.
The median, mode, and range will remain the same, but the mean will change.
The median and the mean will remain the same, but the mode and the range will change.
Limited liability corporation
Making identical, interchangeable components or products
The creation of an item in self-contained units that can be combined or interchanged to create different products
Making products meet a particular customer's needs or wants
Making the best product to clear immigration customs
The situation in which the message is given
Listening only to message with which you agree
Selecting only parts of a message in which you are interested
Remembering only what you wish
Understanding a message as distorted; trying to make it fit with previously held ideas
Freedom of speech
Freedom of the press
Freedom of religious practices
All of the above
Approximately 1 million bytes of data
A single character
The most basic element of computer data
Approximately 1 trillion bytes of data
Removes the program window from the desktop but keeps the program running
Closes a document window or exits a program
Restores a program window to the size it was set before it was maximized
Expands the program window until it covers the entire desktop
They have eliminated all trust funds that were originally established.
They have consolidated the trust funds into a single fund.
They have several trust funds (for example, disability, old-age retirement, hospital insurance)
They have two trust funds. One must be invested in U.S. government bonds and the other allows individuals to invest in stock index funds.
They are briefs filed by the appellants.
They are briefs filed by those who are not participants in the case.
They are briefs filed by the government.
They are parts of a court's decision that do not act as precedent for future cases.
When Congress includes preferences for some group in a piece of legislation
When Congress exercises review of some activity of the executive branch
When Congress leaves out a crucial element in legislation
When Congress fails to provide sufficient funds for a program
The Sherman Anti-Trust Act
The Taft-Hartley Act
The Emergency Banking Act
The Hawley-Smoot Act
Thomas Edison was the first American to patent and market a commercial motion-picture camera.
During the early years of American movie production, the rate of attendance of non-English-speaking immigrants was lower than the attendance rate of middle class, native-born Americans
During the second decade of the 20th century, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that movies were a business and not a form of communication and, therefore, their contents were not protected by the 1st Amendment.
The First talking movie debuted during the 1920s
The Wagner Act
The Walsh-Healy Act
The Fair Standards Act
The Taft-Hartley Act
The Black Sea
The Baltic Sea
The Red Sea
It is an autonomous member of the commonwealth of former British colonies.
It is a crown colony.
It is an integral part of the United Kingdom.
It is no longer a member of the Commonwealth.
An illegitimate enterprise, because the consumer is charged many times over the market price for the tickets
A legitimate and voluntary transaction in which the two parties believe they are exchanging articles of like value
Having no consequence or importance
None of the above is true
Free trade zone
Foster better international trade relations
Develop trading product lists
Register trading companies and make sure they are legitimate
Regulate business practices and curb false advertising, misleading pricing, and deceptive packaging and labeling
A group of people who have a need, purchasing power, and the desire and authority to spend money on goods, services, and ideas
A plan of action for developing, pricing, distributing, and promoting products that meet the need of specific customers
A group of activities designed to expedite transactions by creating, distributing, pricing, and promoting goods, services, and ideas
The idea that an organization should try to satisfy customers' needs through coordinated activities that also allow it to achieve its own goal
Newspapers printed on paper stock that quickly deteriorates and turns yellow
Alternate or underground newspapers, often anti-institutional
Newspapers printed in color
A newspaper characterized by sensational journalism
One sold only to adults at magazine counters
Controlled by the desires of its readers who subscribe to it
One whose production and mailing is supported not by charging readers, but usually through advertising revenues, and the publisher decides on its readership
One sent only to certain areas of the country, controlled by zip code