-Electing legislative leaders, making committee assignments, and holding the majority on committees.10. An issue network is a -Fluid web of connections among those concerned about a policy and those who create….. Policy.8. A “free rider problem” is created when-Someone derives a benefit from the action of others7. Interest groups serve all of the following vital functions on the policy-making process in the United States EXCEPT-Enacting legislation (only 1 quizlet)6. Which website, which debuted in 2005, enhances civic engagement by allowing citizens to access and post video includes political content?-youTube4. All of the following are key Republican positions EXCEPT-Environmental protection 5. Financial resources affect the success of interest groups because-All of the above2. Political parties do all of the following EXCEPT-Identifying a narrow issue concern
3. Which 1976 Supreme Court decision created the soft-money loophole, through which politicalparties could raise unlimited funds at the state level?-Buckley v. Valeo 1. All of the following are examples of the political party’s grassroots organizing tasks EXCEPT -Developing PAC’sQ:. Which of the following functions do news media perform?-All of the aboveQ: Campaign organizers, political candidates, and the media first realized how crucial it is to leverage emerging technology to create strategic advantages as a result of -obamaQ: According to James Madison, the only way to cure the “mischiefs of faction” was to-Enable groups to proliferate and compete with one anotherQ: Scholars who emphasize how important it is for a democracy to have large numbers of diverse internet groups representing a wide variety of views support the-Pluralist theoryQ: Policy entrepreneurs are people who invest what in an issue-Political capitol Q: Which of the following makes it harder to vote by increasing the costs associated with voting?-voter ID lawsQ: What is the most common reason given for not voting by U.S citizens who are registered to vote?-It’s hard to take time off work or schoolQ: Because states are the key battlegrounds of campaigns, candidates often find themselves-Tailoring their appeals to the particular interest of a stateQ: A device used to reward political supporters is known as-PatronageQ: Interest groups-Are organizations that seek to achieve their goals by influencing government decision making
Q: The Electoral College introduces a bias into the campaign and electoral process because-Less populated states are overrepresented
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