MIDTERM EXAM 1 STUDY GUIDE
What is Politics (both definitions)? What are different examples of political actions that exist
between friends, family, corporations, and government?
Politics is the process of coming to an agreement over distrib
A. Politics= a process that allows indiviuals to secure something that they value. The
peaceful resolution of conflict.
-violent resolution means WAR.
=the competition between interest groups pursuing their self interest. (Politics is
Third American Government Exam Review Sheet
1. In which states are the first presidential primary and the first presidential caucus held?
The first presidential caucus is held in Iowa. Following that, the first presidential primary is held in New Hampshir
AMERICAN GOVERNMENT FIRST EXAM REVIEW SHEET
1. What is the technical name for the federal governments powers that are not listed in the Constitution?
Implied Powers are not mentioned specifically in the Constitution as belonging to Congress but inferred a
AMERICAN GOVERNMENT SECOND EXAM REVIEW SHEET
1. Can radios and TVs broadcast without a federal government license in the US?
No. You must have a license from the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) to broadcast radio and television in the United
Final American Government Exam Review Sheet
Areas of Emphasis:
1. What are the powers of Congress?
Congress can defeat presidential policy proposals, deny presidential budget requests, delay or
reject presidential appointments, investigate executive agenc
CLASS SELF QUIZ CHAPTER 6 (Points: 1.0) Which of the following is true about public opinion? a. People's opinions can be contradictory. b. Most Americans know very little about public affairs. c. Over 80 percent of adult Americans can identify the ch