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1 PLSC 210: American Politics. Dr. Johannes A. Masare. Second midterm exam. The short essay questions. You may use a pen or a pencil. Note: All essay question require a critical evaluation of the subject matter of the question. Student’s name: ____________________________________________________________. 1. Clearly and briefly discuss the concepts of: ( i)- Party Eras: (ii)- Critical Election and (iii)- Party realignment.
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2 2. Our text book states that: “… success in the nomination game requires” three things:
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Unformatted text preview: List and critically discuss those three things. 3 3. Note: This question is in two parts: (i)- Why did the framers of the Constitution create Electoral College? (ii)- In your opinion, should Electoral College be continued or should it be abolished? Provide reason to support your opinion. 4 4. Our text book points out that “political scientists loosely categorize interest groups into clusters.” It lists four main types of those clusters: List and discuss the four interest groups clusters....
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