Why are Americans sometimes fearful of pluralist politics a They are fearful

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48.Why are Americans sometimes fearful of pluralist politics?a.They are fearful that organized groups will successfully advance public interests at the expense of special interests.b.They are fearful that organized groups will successfully advance special interests at the expense of the greater public good.c.They are fearful that organized groups represent a challenge to liberty.d.They are fearful that organized groups will reduce the need for public goods.ANS: BDIF:ModerateREF:CH01—GovernmentOBJ:Define government and forms of governmentMSC: Understanding49.Which of the following statements best describes direct democracy in the United States?
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50.If a government led by a dictator was replaced with a government where a large number of citizens exercised influence over decision making, this change would best be characterized as a shift from a(n) ________.51.While the United States is a ________ at the federal level, there are provisions for ________ at the state and local levels.52.Which of the following is an example of the process of direct democracy?a.citizens in a state approving the use of medical marijuana through referendumb.a citizen calling her representative to complain about potholes on local roadsc.a group of citizens coming together to debate the pros and cons of higher taxesd.a citizen deciding to contribute money to his preferred presidential candidateANS: ADIF:ModerateREF:CH01—GovernmentOBJ:Define government and forms of governmentMSC: Applying
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