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POS2041 Q1

Political culture can best be defined as the shared set of values, beliefs, and attitudes that people have about politics. T or F True.
Because of the United States' diversity of races, ethnicities, religions, Americans do not share a common political culture. T or F False.
When a single ruler controls all government power, it is called an oligarchy. T or F False.
A constitutional government is formally limited by laws and rules. T or F True.
The United States government is an example of a direct democracy. T or F False.
Every policy issue that is on the public agenda is also on the public agenda. T or F False.
Since the 1960, American's trust in their government has generally fallen sharply. T or F True.
The belief that you can influence how your government acts is called political efficacy. T or F True.
Throughout American history, the concept of equality has been linked to the idea of limited government. T or F False.
The right of each citizen to vote s an example of equality of opportunity. T or F False.
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