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Study Guide Test 2 Spring 2008

Study Guide Test 2 Spring 2008 - Study Guide Exam 2...

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Study Guide Exam 2  Chapters 5, 6, 8, 9 USE YOUR NOTES, CLASS LECTURES, AND TEXT TO DEFINE, IDENTIFY, ANALYZE,   EXPLAIN THE SIGNFICANCE OF, AND PROVIDE AN EXAMPLE OF THE FOLLOWING: 1.  Chapter 5:  Political Parties and Interest Groups Vocab U.S. as a two-party system, role of minor parties, 5% Rule Functions of political parties in a representative society The Nomination Process (history, trends—from caucuses to conventions to direct primaries) o What was the purpose of these reforms? o What is the purpose of a primary or caucus?  Explain the presidential primary/caucus  process?  Role of delegates? o Different types of Primaries—Understand who can participate in the process based on the  state’s type of primary (open, closed, blanket). Political Parties as Institutions (internal organization and leadership) Political parties’ role in government
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