Exam 2 Study Guide

Exam 2 Study Guide - Retrospective voting Party...

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EXAM 2: Study Guide Lobbying Economic Interest Groups Citizen Groups Action Resources Interest Groups Grassroots lobbying Free-rider problem Political Action Committees Economic Interest Groups Citizen Groups Government Units Business Interest Groups Texas lobby groups Texas lobby regulation Laws governing Texas interest groups Political participation in Texas Political Parties in Texas Poll tax White Primaries Restrictive Registration laws Closed primary Open primary Critical election Critical realignment George Washington’s administration Interest groups vs. political parties Three distinct realignments Prospective voting
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Unformatted text preview: Retrospective voting Party Identification Building a party Winner-take all system Whigs Amendments 12 13 14 15 17 19 24 26 Voter registration effect on turnout Voter registration why do we have it America political pariticpation Who is most likely to participate Who is least likely Alienation Apathy Why dont people participate Why do people participate United States participation as compared to other countries Conservative Liberal Populist Libertarian Political socialization Socialization Agents Ideology Public opinion Representative sample Random sample Margin of error Confidence level...
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