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Get Connected Paper #2 - Calder 1 "Get Connected"...

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Calder 1 “Get Connected” Paper #2 Chapter 8: Question on Third Parties By: Alexander Calder POS-101: Introduction to American Government Due: April 30, 2007
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Calder 2 Introduction: This “Get Connected” exercise deals with the fairly unknown “Third Parties” in American Government. This will be examined by taking a quiz given by the website http://www.3pc.net/matchmaker. Upon completion of this quiz I will take a closer look at whichever party I match with. The quiz has twenty-five questions, covering topics like abortion, gun control, foreign relations, taxes, etc. After completing the questions I was presented with these results: Party Compatibility Table 1) Natural Law Party 68% 2) Green Party 64% 3) Democratic Party 59% 4) Republican Party 55% 5) Reform Party 50% 6) Libertarian Party 41% 7) Constitution Party 41% The Natural Law Party was founded in April 1992 to “bring the light of science into politics.” Its founders, a group of a dozen educators, businessmen, and lawyers,
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Calder 3 knew that field-tested solutions to America’s problems already existed but were being
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course POS 101 taught by Professor Tuchinscy during the Spring '08 term at University of Maine Orono .

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