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Policy Making Process v Policy Problems v Political Agenda v Policy Formulation v Policy Legitimation v Policy Implementation v Policy Evaluation
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I. Policy Problems: issues or concerns  that warrant government intervention. II. Political Agenda  A. Media  B. Opinion Polls  C. Interest Groups     D. Access to Policy Makers
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Discussion Questions 1.  Should public opinion determine public  policy?  Provide an example to support your  response. 2.   Which statement do you perceive as being the  most accurate? a. Mass opinion shapes public policy.      b. Public policy shapes mass opinion.   Provide an example to support your        selection.
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Discussion Questions   First term Presidents attempt to “build a  record of success” in a effort to get reelected.  Second term Presidents attempt to  establisher “their place in history.” Using 
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