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POLS101_MH_V4|Topic 3: FederalismQuestionCorrectSociologist C. Wright Mills was a proponent of the theory ofSelect one:15.00 points outof 5.00FlagquestionStarted onSaturday, April 27, 2019, 1:09 PMStateFinishedCompleted onSaturday, April 27, 2019, 1:45 PMTime taken36 mins 27 secsGrade120.00out of 125.00 (96%)FeedbackYou’re off to a good start. A course grade of 70% is required to request a transcript. You’ve met that for the first exam already, but if you want to reattemptfor a higher grade you can retake this assessment (only the first graded assessment in this course can be retaken). Study hard for each exam, andconsider using tutoring anytime you get stuck. Remember that 10 hours of tutoring are provided to you through your StraighterLine membership.a. pluralism.b. elitism.c. majoritarianism.d. bureaucratic rule.e. None of these answers is correct.The correct answer is: elitism.MENUCALL:(877) 787-8375LIVE CHATHELP CENTER
Question2Correct5.00 points outof 5.00FlagquestionIn a constitutional system,Select one:
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QuestionCorrect_______ described politics as a conflict over “who gets what, when, and how."Select one:45.00 points outof 5.00Flagquestion
Question5CorrectThe Bill of Rights
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