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Chapter 12 / Exercise 92
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7.Through the agenda power, the president can prevent Congress from taking up a particular bill.A) TrueB) FalseCorrect Answer(s):False
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8.Almost all politics takes place through formal, structured bargaining with clear winners and losers.
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9.Under the Constitution as originally passed, the members of the Senate were to be appointed by the state legislatures.
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10.Staggered terms of service in the Senate were intended to make that body even more politically responsive to popular opinion.
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11.When political authority is vested in just one person this is called:A) A dictatorshipB) An oligarchyC) A plutocracyD) An autocracyE) A democracyF) None of the above are correctCorrect Answer(s):D
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12.One of the early events that set in motion the American Revolution was the _____________ by the British government.
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