Question 25 : Some groups pursue collective goods. A collective good is one that cannot be selectively granted or denied to individuals; it must be shared.
Question 26 : The most fully organized interests are those that have which of the following as their primary purpose? Question 27 : Most lobbyists receive support from elected officials in direct exchange for information. Question 28 : The dominant labor interest group is the AFLCIO. Question 29 : A purposive incentive is defined as the opportunity to contribute to a worthy goal or purpose. Question 30 : Grassroots lobbying is based on the assumption that officials will respond to pressure from constituents. Question 31 : The second largest number of PACs are those associated with single-issue groups, such as environmental groups and right to life groups. Question 32 : Which of the following statements would NOT be accepted by supporters of the pluralist view of interest groups? The opinion of the majority should always prevail, in a policy dispute, over the opinion of a more intense and directly affected minority. Question 33 : An amicus brief is a written document in which an interest group lays out its policy preference for targeted lawmakers. Question 34 : The situation in which individuals are tempted not to contribute to a cause because they will get the benefits even if they do not participate is called the Question 35 : "Agency capture" occurs when regulatory agencies side with the industries they are supposed to regulate rather than with the public. Question 36 : Which of the following organizations is NOT an example of a single-issue group? Question 37 : In an effort to overcome the free rider problem, noneconomic groups have convinced government to limit the distribution of public goods to those who have contributed to the Question 38 : Which of the following groups primarily uses litigation as its lobbying method?
Question 39 : In the 1830s, the Frenchman Alexis de Tocqueville wrote that the "principle of ________" was nowhere more evident than in America. Question 40 : The Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission (2010) ruling held that super PAC spending must not be coordinated with election campaigns.