Test one- POS - 1. politics 2. civil disobedience 3....

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1.politics11.federalism2.civil disobedience12.unitary3.political obligation13.equality4.ethics14.racism5.finite resources15.fascism6.laissez-faire16.jihad7.state17.anarchy8.capitalism18.failed state9.elites19.constitution10. popular sovereignty20.pluralist modelPolitics- The process of public values are discussed and debated, political leaders work togetherto make public policies, and compete for power. This process ultimately creates, and changespolicies and laws.Civil disobedience-A law allowing people to refuse to comply with certain laws, pay taxes, orfines in order to protest. Typically civil disobedience is a form of peaceful protest but theindividual must be prepared to face legal consequences of his or her actions.Political Obligation- Why or why not a person would obey a certain leader or laws of agovernment.Ethics- moral principles that determine a person's or group's behavior, and the study of that.Finite resources- Resources like minerals, water, and petroleum, which are non-renewableresources.Laissez-faire-a policy that lets things work independently, no matter what, in government thismeans not interfering with the free market in any way.State- A territory or nation that has an organized political system under a single government.Capitalism- And political system where private owners control the trade and industry for profitinstead of the government.

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