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Chapter 5 review (2) - Chapter 5 Political Parties Multiple...

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Chapter 5 – Political Parties Multiple Choice Questions 1. An organization that seeks political power by electing people to office who will help party positions and philosophy become public policy is called A. an interest group. B. a political action committee. C. an iron triangle. D. an interest circle. E. a political party. 2. Local and judicial elections in most states are __________, which means that no political affiliation is indicated. A. unipartisan B. bipartisan C. tripartisan D. nonpartisan E. partisan 3. The functions of political parties include all of the following EXCEPT A. determine the nature of foreign policy. B. organize the competition. C. unify the electorate. D. help organize government. E. provide loyal opposition. 60. In The Federalist #10, this person offered both a definition of and explanation for the existence of factions. A. John Adams B. Lydia Darragh C. James Madison D. Abigail Adams E. Benjamin Franklin 61. The Constitutional idea of Pluralism envisions a plurality of groups
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This note was uploaded on 12/14/2011 for the course POLS 001 taught by Professor Millsap during the Spring '11 term at University of Texas.

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