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1 Study Guide for Exam 3 (II)

1 Study Guide for Exam 3 (II) - Study Guide for Final...

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Study Guide for Final Examination Please remember that this only a review. There may be questions on the test that are not encompassed in this review. Models of Politics Once again, be ready to identify aspects of the political models we have studied. Since we have taken up the group theory model, the incremental model, and the rational model in this section of the semester, I would especially be familiar with those models. International Trade/ Immigration - What is protectionism? When did the United States follow protectionist policies? - Who is Adam Smith? - What does “comparative advantage” mean? In the United States, who benefits from the growth in international trade? Who is disadvantaged? According to Dye, what has been the elite response to worsening inequality between skilled and unskilled workers? - Who is our largest trading partner? - What is GATT? - What is NAFTA? What are some of its basic provisions? - How do elites and masses differ in preferences with regards to immigration policy?
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