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MIDTERM ESSSAY PORTION
Joshua M. Recalde
CCC PSCI 180 Professor Bach
CHAPTER 1 Democracy and American Politics
1. What are some of the major functions that a government performs? Give two examples of
each major function you have identified.
a. The government of Truethlandia will represent the people of the
b. The national government will be a democracy.
c. The regional governments will be chosen by the people of the
d. It will provide a free and
From Chapter 1:
Identify and discuss any five of the ten problems presented
by Scarpelli that continue to plague California. Give an
example of each.
From Chapter 2:
Identify and discuss Californias political history as presented
by Scarpelli. Give three
1. Do you think most American believe in the ideas of Hobbes or Locke?
What institutions or law in this country back up your choice?
I think most American believe in the ideas of Locke. The Declaration of
Independence written by Thomas Jefferson is my evi
1. One of the problems of liberty is that one person's liberty sometimes conflicts with
another's liberty and one must take precedence. How would you resolve the following
conflicts between rights of the individuals and why?
Take Home Test 2
1. Becoming eligible to vote and the qualifications for voting; the major differences between
the two major parties; become more well-informed about politics.
There are some differences between the two major parties. First, religion and m
Chapter 1: What should we know about American Government?
3. List and briefly summarize the three meanings of Democracy
Three Meanings of Democracy:
1. Democratic Centralism: Where those in the power ascertain the true will and interes
- The Federalists wrote the Federalist Papers to encourage states
to approve the Constitution
1. Do you think most American believe in the ideas of Hobbes
or Locke? What institutions or law in this country back up
I think most American believ
The Political Book Report, "All the Kings Men," by Robert Penn Warren
All the King's Men is the story of the rise and fall of a political titan in the Deep South
during the 1930s. Willie Stark rises from hardscrabble poverty to become governo
Take Home Test 1
Government - Political Systems
1. President DeGalling of France followed Republican, so it is different with democratic
system. There are some advantages and disadvantages of Republican.
+ Democratic means rule by people.
+ Republic repre
Extra Credit : Roosevelt
Theodore Roosevelt born in New York City on October 27, 1858, Theodore "Teddy"
Roosevelt was governor of New York before becoming U.S. vice president. At age 42, Teddy
Roosevelt became the youngest man to assume the U.S. presidenc
chapter 10 : the presidency
1. ci vi al i an control of the mi l i tary i s an e xampl e of the
pre si de nts rol e as: commander in chief
19. whi ch pre si de nt has won the nobe l pe ace pri z e whi l e i n
offi ce ?: theodore roosev elt
2. how many te
Chapter 9 : forum of the nation
1. a fi l i buste r i s a tacti c use d by: the senate to postpone a
v ote on a bill
2. a pe rson must be 30 ye ars ol d to be a re pre se ntati ve i n
the house of re pre se ntati ve s: false
3. a pe rson must be 30 ye ars
Chapter 8 : campaigns and
1. a candi date s fi rst ste p i n runni ng for offi ce i s: gathering
signatures for qualifying to be put on the ballot
2. an e l e cti on i s a proce ss i n whi ch we choose our
l e ade rs: true
3. bal anci ng a ti ck
Chapter 7 : political parties and
1. dwi ght e i se nhowe r was a re publ i can: true
2. e ve ryone i n the US i s a me mbe r of a pol i ti cal party:
3. ge orge washi ngton be l ongd to what party?: republican
4. harry truman
Chapter 6 - Political Participation
and public Opinion Polls
1. ame ri can pol i ti cal cul ture doe s not have any val ue s:
2. fami l y has ve ry l i ttl e i nfl ue nce on how pe opl e form
the i r opi ni on: false
3. forty pe rce nt of e l i gi b
Chapter 5 - Federalism : The Limits of
1. "no chi l d l e ft be hi nd" was the re sul t of l e gi sl ati on
from: george w. bush
2. confe de racy syste m of gove rnme nt i s the stronge st
form of gove rnme nt: true
3. countri e s that have
The constitution of United States are the super law of United States of America, and give
expression to the doctrine of popular sovereignty, or rule by the people. It was amended
twenty-seven times, the first amend as known as the Bill of Rights. Through