Chapter 15 Practice Test

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1. Policy-making is most affected by the decision to… a. Enact the policy agenda. b. Get on the policy agenda. c. Enforce the policy agenda. d. Fund the policy agenda. e. Fund and enforce the policy agenda. 2. Who noted that the government “big enough to give you everything you want” is also the government “big enough to take away everything you have?” a. Richard Nixon b. Ralph Nader c. Dwight Eisenhower d. Jimmy Carter e. Gerald Ford 3. Popular views on the legitimate scope of government action are changed primarily by… a. Education. b. Sensible politics. c. The impact of the Constitution. d. Elaborate theories. e. The influence of current events. 4. The Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 was passed at a time when… a. The number of industrial deaths had increased steadily for a decade. b. The number of industrial deaths had been dropping steadily for twenty years. c. Industrial fatalities had remained the same for several years. d. Data on industrial fatalities were unavailable to Congress. e. Data on industrial fatalities were unreliable. 5. According to the text, Senate attention to new proposals for safety standards for coal mines and automobiles was correlated with… a. The results of public opinion polls. b. The pages of the New York Times. c. Editorial commentary on CNN . d. Speeches made in the House of Representatives. e. A series of elections. 6. The nature of the issue on the current political agenda has its greatest influence on… a. Presidential policy. b.
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