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2/15/2021 Exam #1: ARC Sp21 POLS 301 LEC 10710 Collihan 1/25 Exam #1 Due Feb 17 at 11:59pm Points 145 Questions 50 Available Feb 12 at 12am - Feb 17 at 11:59pm 6 days Time Limit 60 Minutes Instructions Attempt History Attempt Time Score LATEST Attempt 1 60 minutes 116 out of 145 Correct answers will be available Feb 18 at 12am - Feb 19 at 12am. Score for this quiz: 116 out of 145 Submitted Feb 15 at 10:18pm This attempt took 60 minutes. Welcome to Exam #1 of 4. There are 50 questions and you will have 60 minutes and one (1) attempt to complete this exam. Please be mindful of your time. This exam covers M01: WTP chapters 1- 3, and GC chapters 1- 2, and PPT lectures. Multiple choice and True/False Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question. Good Luck! 2.9 / 2.9 pts Question 1 The belief that political authority should rest with the people themselves is called political equality.
2/15/2021 Exam #1: ARC Sp21 POLS 301 LEC 10710 Collihan 2/25 pluralism. popular sovereignty. federalism. 2.9 / 2.9 pts Question 2 The essential documents of the American founding are the ________ and the ________. Declaration of Independence; Constitution Constitution; Mayflower Compact Declaration of Independence; Magna Carta Constitution; Magna Carta 0 / 2.9 pts Question 3 Incorrect Incorrect According to surveys, most African Americans and Latinos almost always express “no opinion” when asked whether they trust the government. express lower levels of trust in government than whites. express the same level of trust in government as whites.
2/15/2021 Exam #1: ARC Sp21 POLS 301 LEC 10710 Collihan 3/25 express slightly greater levels of trust in government than whites. 2.9 / 2.9 pts Question 4 Which of the following statements best characterizes the relationship between government action, liberty, and equality? In contrast to liberty, which requires limits on the role of government, equality implies an obligation of the government to act on behalf of the people. Both liberty and equality require strict limits on the role of government and suggest that government has no obligation to act on behalf of the people. In contrast to equality, which requires limits on the role of government, liberty implies an obligation of the government to act on behalf of the people. Both liberty and equality require very few limitations on the role of government and suggest that government has an obligation to act on behalf of the people. 2.9 / 2.9 pts Question 5 Democracy functions best when all candidates for office are highly educated.
2/15/2021 Exam #1: ARC Sp21 POLS 301 LEC 10710 Collihan 4/25 citizens are informed. all candidates for office are wealthy.

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