exam 11 - 1. Interest groups develop because: groups of...

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1. Interest groups develop because: groups of people usually have more chance  to influence government than individuals. people are motivated by a universal vision  of the public interest. candidates have to be nominated for  elective office. policymaking without administration is  tantamount to having no policy at all in  most cases. Score: 1 of 1 2. Disturbance theory contends that groups form: only when economic interests are  at stake. when there is a void in the power  structure. None of the others when an upheaval in the political  environment affects a segment of  society. Score: 0 of 1 3. The theory that perceives democratic decisions being made as a result of the influence of competing interest groups is: majoritarian theory. elite theory.
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bureaucratic theory. pluralist theory. Score: 1 of 1 4. The interest group system generally is MOST advantageous for citizens who are: highly-educated and wealthy. poorly-educated and wealthy. poorly-educated and middle  income. highly-educated and poor.
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exam 11 - 1. Interest groups develop because: groups of...

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