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TermDefinition
Government Keeping people civilized and working to keep the community safe.
Collective Goods Goods from a group that are helpful to everyone among it.
Politics Business of the U.S. as in taxes, paying bills, along with voting.
Political Participation Being involved in the government.
Single-Issue Groups Groups of issues that everyone where there are two sides of the story.
Policy-making Systems How the government provides to people's needs.
Linkage Institutions Group in society which connects people to the government.
Policy Agenda List of problems people inside and out of government are worrying about and taking care of.
Political Issue Persuading other people towards a different opinion.
Policy making Institutions Branches of government taking control.
Public Policy Principles on which certain laws are based off of.
Policy Impacts Affects on people from politics.
Democracy A government controlled by the elected officials of the people.
Majority Rule Higher people should receive higher standards.
Minority Rights Divided between two separate groups including race.
Representation The act of a person expressing their beliefs.
Pluralism Belonging or holding one or more offices at a time.
Elitism Action of somewhere against someone else.
Hyperpluralism Theory that the people of a government is so strong that the government has very little power.
Policy Gridlock A time when policy making is stopped at a certain point.
Political Culture Opinions that shape their beliefs.
Gross Domestic Product Total of goods changed and shipped throughout a country in one year.
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