pols155_Quiz 11

Pols155_Quiz 11 - 1 Jump to Navigation Frame Your location Assessments › View All Submissions › View Attempt View Attempt 2 of 2 1 over sight

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Unformatted text preview: 1. Jump to Navigation Frame Your location: Assessments › View All Submissions › View Attempt View Attempt 2 of 2 1. over sight 100 % 2. polic ing 3. stack ing the deck 4. bure aucr atic drift Score: 1/1 18. Despite widespread public support for the New Deal, southern Democrats did Which of the following departments was NOT part of the bureaucracy in early American history? Stud ent Res pon se Valu e Corr ect Ans wer Fee dba ck 1. De part me nt of Wa r 2. De part me nt of the Tre 2. Regulatory capture involves situations in which: Stud ent Res pon se Valu e Corr ect Ans wer Fee dba ck 1. bur eau crat s act ind epe nde nt of the infl uen ce of eith er legi slat ors 3. Which of the following is NOT one of the criteria used to select civil service employees? Stud ent Res pon se Valu e Corr ect Ans wer Fee dba ck 1. sen iorit y 2. exp erie nce of can did ate s for hig her lev 4. While the spoils system ________, its principal drawback was that ________. Stud ent Res pon se Valu e Corr ect Ans wer Fee dba ck 1. stre ngt hen ed poli tical part ies; app oint ees ofte n lack ed exp erie nce 5. Which of the following is a benefit of civil service employment requirements? Stud ent Res pon se Valu e Corr ect Ans wer Fee dba ck 1. It ma kes it eas y to rem ove poo r perf orm ers fro m thei r job s. 6. Which of the following programs is the public LEAST in favor of cutting? Stud ent Res pon se Valu e Corr ect Ans wer Fee dba ck 1. def ens e 2. spa ce pro gra m 3. edu cati 7. The group of government programs put in place by Franklin Roosevelt in response to the Great Depression was known as the: Stud ent Res pon se Valu e Corr ect Ans wer Fee dba ck 1. Ne w De al 2. Gre at Soc iety 0% 3. Fair 8. Which of the following is NOT a significant change experienced by the bureaucracy during the Progressive Era? Stud ent Res pon se Valu e Corr ect Ans wer Fee dba ck 1. incr eas ed gov ern me nt inte rve ntio n in soci al poli cy 2. 9. What is the potential problem with legislation that does not give bureaucrats a sufficient amount of discretion in implementing policy? Stud ent Res pon se Valu e Corr ect Ans wer Fee dba ck 1. It ma kes it diffi cult for bur eau crat s to res pon d to dev elo pm ent s not 10. Most political appointees in the bureaucracy are there: Stud ent Res pon se Valu e Corr ect Ans wer Fee dba ck 1. bec aus e so me one has to fill the job, so it mig ht as well be the pre 11. When a government agency has many political appointees whose inexperience is unlikely to cause bad policy, it is called a:...
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This note was uploaded on 05/03/2011 for the course POLS 155 taught by Professor Scarpelli during the Fall '07 term at CSU Chico.

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