Jeopardy Questions 2008

Jeopardy Questions 2008 - Midterm Review Jeopardy Questions...

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Midterm Review Jeopardy Questions – Spring 07 Aristotle 100.  Man is by nature this.     What is a political animal? 200.   In the three “true” forms of government—monarchy, aristocracy, and polity—the rulers are  principally concerned about this. What is the common interest? 300. This is the purpose of the state is to promote virtue and this.   What is the good life? 400.  This is why the aggregation of individuals is usually better than a single ruler. What is people make wiser decisions collectively than on their own. 500. The concept of duality means this. What is a good citizen must know how to rule and be ruled. Mill 100. For Mill, this is the primary determinant of political life in the political community. What is institutions? 200.  This is one of the advantages of representative government. Secures the rights and interests of every citizen Promotes an active personality    Trains people to be virtuous Secures progress Checks and balances 300. Participation (in political activity) teaches an individual to do this.
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