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What is the major barrier to political thinking?Select one: a. unwillingness of citizens to make the effort b. lack of access to governmental institutionsc. elite control of political power resourcesd. failure of politicians and government institutions to communicate policy details to the publice. lack of access to news media sources outside of sensationalist television or Internet content Feedback The correct answer is: unwillingness of citizens to make the effort Question 2 Correct 5.00 points out of 5.00 Flag question Question text Which important aspect of European thought had a big impact on the formation of the political culture of America?Select one: Feedback The correct answer is: Enlightenment Question 3 Correct 5.00 points out of 5.00 Flag question Question text What type of government suppresses individuality, forcing people to think and act in prescribed ways or risk punishment?Select one: Feedback The correct answer is: authoritarian Question 4 Correct 5.00 points out of 5.00 Flag question
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Question text From 1945 until the late 1960s, there was the highest degree of bipartisanship in the area of:Select one: Feedback The correct answer is: foreign affairs. Question 5 Correct 5.00 points out of 5.00 Flag question Question text The Bill of Rights added to the Constitution, among other things, Select one: a. a guarantee of freedom of speech. b. a division of governmental authority into three branches.c. checks and balances among the three branches of government.d. restrictions against the power of corporations to influence the election process.e. term limits for elected officials to reduce their power. Feedback The correct answer is: a guarantee of freedom of speech. Question 6 Correct 5.00 points out of 5.00 Flag question Question text Enormous concentrations of wealth and power exist in the U.S. private sector, primarily in
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