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Chapter 3 Multiple Choice The main distinguishing factor between a nation and a state is a state is o the government structure of a nation. Of all the hurdles in building a nation, this one is typically considered to be the first o Identity crisis Public policies are made in the form of o All of the above The primary reason that monarchs began sharing power with parliaments was o To raise money needed for war. According to Aristotle, which of the following is a legitimate type of government? o Monarchy Countries with laissez-faire economic systems are followers of which of the following? o Adam Smith John Locke believed that: o The great end of government is the preservation of property interests. The subsystems of society under a totalitarian government are o Forced to adhere to official and dogmatic ideologies. Public policy choices o Often involve the use of power and money. Which of the following is true about symbolic policies? o Symbolic policies can deflect public concern without a huge expenditure of public funds. True/False
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If some areas of a nation are not paying taxes, the nation may be experiencing a crisis of penetration. o True The existence of a legal government does not necessarily mean it is an effective government that controls its territory and population. o True One of the best ways to solve a participation crisis is by a quick more, such as a sudden granting of the right to vote. o False In actual practice, governments tend to combine elements of the four types of economic systems: lasses-faire, welfarism, statism and socialism. o True The United States has never used the state as an agent of modernization. o False A politically unstable nation has the same chances for success as a politically stable one. o False Aristotle believed that democracy was the worst form of government. o True British-ruled India was referred to as the Raj. o True Like the United States, Great Britain and France are also federal states. o False Nations are not necessarily perfected, finished products; they continually build and rebuild themselves. o True Fill-in-the-blank Nationalism refers to a peoples’ heightened sense of cultural, historical and territorial identity, unity and sometimes greatness.
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The absence of government is referred to as anarchy . French for “let it be,” laissez-faire refers to an economic systems of minimal government interference and supervision. Federalism is the territorial balancing of power between a nation’s capital and autonomous subdivisions, such as U.S. states. The concentration of power in a nation’s capital with little autonomy accorded to subdivisions is characteristic of a unitary system. Often called pre-capitalist,
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