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169. Award: 1.00 point 170. Award: 1.00 point The so-called collective-action problem refers to the fact that it is always difficult to collect fees from users of a service. larger groups are more difficult to organize and motivate than smaller ones. larger groups often have more power than smaller groups. collection agencies often abuse their power over individual consumers. References Multiple Choice Difficulty: 02 Medium Learning Objective: 05-02 Discuss government failure and explain why it happens. The so-called pork-barrel politics refers to congressional members trading votes with one another. receiving perks and freebies from businesses trying to sway their votes. paying not much attention to the vocal special-interest groups. inserting provisions for local narrow projects into comprehensive legislation. References Multiple Choice Difficulty: 02 Medium Learning Objective: 05-02 Discuss government failure and explain why it happens.
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