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American Govt 2305

Ch 1

When citizens of a nation do not enjoy liberty, the government frequently will: a) abolish the right to a fair trial, b) provide government funds to churches, c) hold regular elections a
A democratic republic is based on all of the following principles except: a) popular sovereignty, b) majority rule, c) unlimited government c
_____________ theory describes our democratic system in terms of competition among groups. Pluralist
A major theme of American politics during the 21st century has been: a) arguments over whether all citizens should have the right to vote, b) controversies over the proper size of government, c) disputes as to whether the government should assume the ownership of major banks. b
Under _______, property consists not only of personal possessions but of wealth-creating assets. capitalism
Popular American ideologies include: a) conservatism, liberalism, and libertarianism, b) conservatism, liberalism, and socialism, c) communism, liberalism, and libertarianism. a
A common term that has come to replace liberalism in current American politics is ________. progressivism
Currently, most immigrants come from: a) Europe, b) Africa, c) Latin America (especially Mexico) and Asia. c
In terms of race, Latinos _________. can be of any race.
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