Chapter 22 Practice Test

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Chapter 22 Practice Test 1. Regarding the national political agenda, as recently as the Eisenhower administration… a. Domestic political issues and foreign affairs were given an equal amount of attention in Washington. b. Major domestic political issues dominated the attention of Washington c. The national political agenda was short on major domestic policy issues. d. Civil rights were thought to be a matter of federal policy. e. Congress was preoccupied with solving social and economic problems nationwide. 2. Which of the following is not an explanation for why there was no rapid growth in the power and scope of the federal government for the better part of a century and a half? a. Prevailing interpretations of the Constitution b. Constitutional amendments c. Separation of powers d. Popular opinion e. Checks and balances 3. Who took office after promising to reduce the size of government, but learned that existing programs have entrenched defenders… a. John F. Kennedy b. Harry Truman c. Franklin D. Roosevelt d. Dwight Eisenhower e. Ronald Reagan 4. In recent decades… a. The Supreme Court has permitted Congress to give broad discretionary power to administrative agencies. b. Important provisions of the Bill of Rights have been incorporated to the states.
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