PS 1010 potential exam questions

PS 1010 potential exam questions - PS 1010, Section 015...

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PS 1010, Section 015 Fall 2005 Practice for Midterm Exam Note: These questions are provided to give you an idea of the types of questions I am likely to ask. Questions will be drawn from lecture notes, class discussions, and class readings. Terms – Identify each term and explain its significance to American politics. republic federalism direct democracy indirect democracy sample probability sample non-probability sample open-ended question political bias commercial bias interest group direct lobbying indirect lobbying free-rider problem civil disobedience political action committee (PAC) soft money campaign finance reform political party single-member district proportional representation median voter suffrage gerrymandering split-ticket voting swing state Super Tuesday bicameral constituency reapportionment redistricting executive order Freedom of Information Act judicial review laissez-faire Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court district court appellate court Short Answer – Give a concise but complete answer to each question (usually 2-4 sentences). 1. How was the early United States (under the Articles of Confederation) like the today’s United Nations? 2.
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This note was uploaded on 06/24/2008 for the course PSL 1010 taught by Professor Anderson during the Fall '04 term at Wayne State University.

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PS 1010 potential exam questions - PS 1010, Section 015...

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