Exam 3 Note Review

Exam 3 Note Review - Note Overview 1 If there is a system...

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Note Overview 1. If there is a system where political parties are weak such as in the United States, then interest groups are _________ meaning that the strength of political parties and interest groups are inversely related. 2. What was Madison's stance on factions? a. He said that they were a "threat to GOOD government" b. He said that they encouraged by the separation of powers c. He said that they were a “leader in GOOD government” d. He claimed that they discouraged national diversity 3. The American political system is particularly conducive to pluralist politics. T/F 4. Public policy is the result of (a/an) ________ achieved between competing interests in a political environment. a. Election b. Equilibrium c. Distribution d. Consensus 5. Which of the following is NOT a criticism of pluralism? a. Unequal distribution of information b. Interest group membership represents public too strongly c. Inequality of power among groups d. Unequal distribution of bargaining power 6. Which of the following is a reason that no single interest is dominated? a. Class bias b. Overlapping group memberships c. Displacement of public interest d. Single center of power 7. The increasing number of interest groups reflects the ______ of old interests and the growing
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This note was uploaded on 09/23/2011 for the course POLS 1101 taught by Professor Cann during the Spring '08 term at UGA.

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