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Chapter: 13.1CDifficulty: 3Type: Factual35.What does the policy agenda represent?a) The schedule of events for traveling legislatorsb) The calendar of the election cyclec) Public issues that engage the attention of elected officialsd) Public issues that engage the attention of the votersAnswer: CChapter: 13.1CDifficulty: 2Type: Factual
36.Which of the following is NOT true about evaluating policies?Chapter: 13.1CDifficulty: 3Type: Factual
37.Although an issue can get on the policy agenda and various policy stages canbe debated, nothing happens until policy ___________ of a proposal byinstitutions of government.
Chapter: 13.1CDifficulty: 2Type: Conceptual
38.Formulating policy proposals involves which of the following?Chapter: 13.1CDifficulty: 2Type: Factual
39.The issues on the policy agenda have which of the following characteristics?a) They are static.
b) They are always changing.c) They do not include money as a public resource.d) They are independent of the times.Answer: BChapter: 13.1CDifficulty: 1Type: Factual40.Crisis, technological change, changes in the economy, strong leaders, the massmedia or changes in social values do which of the following?

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