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POLI330
Week 1 (all correct answers)Quiz Latest 2018 April
Question 1
(TCO 1) Anthropology applies
most to political science based on which example?
People are born with
predispositions towards conservative or liberal views.
People join groups because
they have innate desires to be with others.
Many ruling families maintained
power by passing down their authority from one generation to the next.
Power typically ends up with
those with the most resources.
Question 2
(TCO 1) The statement Man is
by nature a political animal is attributed to _____.
Niccolo Machiavelli
Seymour Martin Lipset
Mao Zedong
Aristotle
Question 3
(TCO 1) When people base
their views on beliefs that may not be based in reality, they are behaving
_____.
irrationally
rationally
politically
legitimately
Question 4
(TCO 1) A political leaders
ability to command respect and exercise power is known as _____.
sovereignty
corruption
authority
legitimacy
Question 5
(TCO 1) Despite a disputed
2000 presidential election, once President George W. Bush took office, few
people doubted his _____.
charisma
control
legitimacy
sovereignty
Question 6
(TCO 1) A theory that is
tested in an attempt to prove or refute with evidence, is known as _____.
scholarship
corruption
a methodology
a hypothesis
Question 7
(TCO 1) Reason, balance, and
theory pertain to which of the following?
Balance
Power
Scholarship
Methodology
Question 8
(TCO 1) Descriptions of
political phenomena often lack _____.
rationality
reasoning
theory
balance
Question 9
(TCO 1) The subfield of _____
studies major thinkers and attempts to define the good polity.
public administration
comparative politics
public policy
political theory
Question 10
(TCO 1) Which are both true
for most political scientists?
They think practically and
seek accuracy.
They seek popularity and are
skeptical of power.
They offer single causes and
think abstractly.
They are skeptical of power
and offer long-term consequences.
POLI330
Week 2 (all correct answers) Quiz Latest 2018 April
Question 1
(TCO 6) Aristotle argued that the best political communities would
be _____.
dominated by wealthy citizens
oligarchies
formed by elites
formed by citizens of the middle class
Question 2
(TCO 6) Which of the following was of greatest concern to John
Locke?
Freedom of speech for all
Power residing with the proletariat
The right to property
Voting rights
Question 3
(TCO 6) Which of the following is most consistent with the concept
of the general will according to Rousseau?
Creating a park for the citizens to enjoy
Using public dollars so that some citizens can attend private
schools
Offering tax breaks to one auto manufacturing plant
Low turnout in elections
Question 4
(TCO 6) Karl Marx used the term _____ to refer to everything built
on top of the economy.
the social contract
institutions
behavioralism
superstructure
Question 5
(TCO 6) According to Karl Marx, what would likely replace
capitalism?
Communism
Socialism
Feudalism
Conservatism
Question 6
(TCO 6) Which of the following best describes classical liberalism
and modern conservatism?
Classical liberalism is the opposite of modern conservatism.
Classical liberalism is similar to modern conservatism.
Neither classical liberalism, nor modern conservatism continues to
exist.
Classical liberalism and modern conservatism were developed by
Karl Marx.
Question 7
(TCO 6) Which of the following propositions would likely be
favored by modern liberals?
Tax cuts for top income earners
Regulation of the banking sector
Little government involvement in economic matters
Free markets
Question 8
(TCO 6) Modern conservatism adopts elements of which of the
following?
Economic views from Edmund Burke and social views from Adam Smith
Economic and social views from Adam Smith
Economic views from Adam Smith and social views from Thomas Hill
Green
Economic views from Adam Smith and social views from Edmund Burke
Question 9
(TCO 6) How do Libertarians differ from liberals and conservatives?
Libertarians are more consistent in their views.
Libertarians are less consistent in their views.
Libertarians prefer intervention in economic matters only.
Libertarians prefer intervention in social matters only.
Question 10
(TCO 6) Fascism existed during the 20th century in what country?
Ireland
Italy
Iceland
France
POLI330
Week 3 (all correct answers) Quiz Latest 2018 April
Question 1
(TCO 2) A(n) _____ is a political system without a monarch.
institution
monarchy
state
republic
Question 2
(TCO 2) According to Aristotle, democracy is the _____ form of
government by _____.
corrupt; one
corrupt; a few
corrupt; many
legitimate; many
Question 3
(TCO 2) The idea that American states serve as laboratories of
democracy is an advantage of _____ systems of government.
unitary
confederal
federal
proportional
Question 4
(TCO 2) Electoral systems that elect one person per district are
known as _____.
multimember districts
majoritarian systems
single-member districts
proportional districts
Question 5
(TCO 2) If the Green Party receives 15% of the vote in a
proportional system, which of the following is likely to happen?
The Green Party would receive no seats.
The Green Party would try to form a coalition with other parties.
The Green Party would attempt to gerrymander districts to its
advantage.
The Green Party would demand a recount of the votes.
Question 6
(TCO 2) In a _____ system, the government owns little or no
industry and redistributes little in welfare programs.
majoritarian
proportional
socialist
laissez-faire
Question 7
(TCO 2) The ability of courts to decide if laws are constitutional
is referred to as _____.
judicial review
judicial activism
judicial restraint
basic law
Question 8
(TCO 2) Though rare, a true democracy, is a system in which
_____.
all citizens meet periodically to elect officials
all citizens meet periodically to elect officials and personally
enact laws
popular accountability is common, but political competition is
extremely limited
the wealthy almost always have greater influence than the poor
Question 9
(TCO 2) Right-wing totalitarianism does not desire revolution;
instead, it attempts to block _____.
a leftist revolution
ethnic turmoil
an Islamic fundamentalist movement
a libertarian revolution
Question 10
(TCO 2) What are features of an all-encompassing ideology?
An official theory of history and economics, a portrayal of the
world in black-and-white terms, and acceptance of an imperfect society
An official theory of history and economics, a portrayal of the
world in black-and-white terms, and claims of a perfect society
An eclectic sense of history and economics, a portrayal of the
world in complex terms, and claims of a perfect society
An official theory of history and economics, a portrayal of the
world in complex terms, and claims of a perfect society
POLI330
Week 4 (all correct answers) Quiz Latest 2018 April
Question 1
(TCO 3) Explain which individuals have the most influence on
politics via interest groups.
Women
The elderly
A wide variety of people
Rich individuals
Question 2
(TCO 3) The National Rifle Association is an example of an
interest group that seeks the support of primarily one party, in that it tilts
strongly toward _____ candidates.
Independent
Libertarian
Republican
Tea Party
Question 3
(TCO 3) A great deal of legislation originates in _____.
economic downturns
corporate boardrooms
specialized agencies
secret
Question 4
(TCO 3) In countries where _____, the courts become an arena of
interest-group contention.
public defenders are unavailable
the rule of law is strong
judges have little power
the rule of law is weak
Question 5
(TCO 3) Large parties in particular can be analyzed as _____.
generations of like-minded voters
coalitions of interest groups
team-led organizations based around a theme
trustworthy representatives of national interest
Question 6
(TCO 3) _____ allow and even encourage parties to split.
Single-member districts
First past the post systems
Proportional representation systems
Plurality systems
Question 7
(TCO 3) Which of the following has recently done much to encourage
state and local party organizations to cooperate with national party platforms?
Door-to-door canvassing
Cohesive national platforms
Computerized mailing lists
Local political pandering
Question 8
(TCO 3) Why do Americans vote so little?
Typically, given the enormous number of immigrants the United
States plays host to, most U.S. nonvoters are poorly versed in the tradition of
voting, and are therefore are largely unengaged by most elections.
Typically, more than half of U.S. nonvoters say they that while
they are interested in and satisfied with candidates, they still feel that
their vote makes no difference or that none of the candidates are really good,
and the two large parties may not offer an interesting or clear-cut choice.
Typically, most U.S. nonvoters say they are uninterested in or
dissatisfied with candidates, feeling their vote makes no difference or that
none of the candidates are really good, and the two large parties may not offer
an interesting or clear-cut choice.
Typically, most U.S. voters find it impossible to convince others
to vote, despite the fact that nonvoters are most likely to vote if convinced
by those close to them.
Question 9
(TCO 3) What impact does beginning to pay taxes have on young
peoples relationship to voting?
It tends to make them more likely to vote, but less likely to work
for a given campaign.
Beginning to pay taxes tends to make them less interested in
elections.
It tends to make them more liberal in their voting.
As they begin paying taxes, they become more interested in
elections.
Question 10
(TCO 3) Why might factory workers in small towns feel a different
sense of the stakes elections hold than executives and professionals?
Factory workers in small towns may perceive a great deal of
difference between candidates, noticing considerable change from one
administration to another, and executives and professionals feel generally less
involved but still perceive a direct correlation between who wins and their
personal fortunes.
Factory workers in small towns may perceive little difference
between candidates, noticing little change from one administration to another,
and although executives and professionals share this sense of noticing little
change from one administration to another, they still perceive a direct
correlation between who wins and their personal fortunes.
Factory workers in small towns may perceive little difference
between candidates, noticing little change from one administration to another,
and executives and professionals feel involved and perceive a direct
correlation between who wins and their personal fortunes.
Executives and professionals may perceive little difference
between candidates, noticing little change from one administration to another,
and factory workers in small towns feel involved and perceive a direct
correlation between who wins and their personal incomes.
POLI330
Week 5 (all correct answers) Quiz Latest 2018 April
Question 1
0 / 3 pts
(TCO 5) Which of the following terms is defined as the post-feudal
concentration of power in a monarch?
Absolutism
Totalitarianism
Teetotalism
Monarchy
Question 2
(TCO 5) Countries with limits on government have usually had
feudal pasts, which suggests what about the dispersion of power?
Equal distribution of power is the only effective political
structure.
Power must be distributed by the working class.
Power should be concentrated among the lower classes.
Dispersion of power is good and concentration of power is bad.
Question 3
(TCO 5) How often does the cabinet change in a parliamentary
system?
Every 4 years
Every 6 years
Every 8 years
When the cabinet is voted out or resigns
Question 4
(TCO 5) What is the effect of divided government, such as that
used in the United States, on spending and policy formation?
It encourages unhealthy spending and foolish policies.
It holds down spending and foolish policies.
It encourages irresponsible spending because representatives are
held accountable for only a short amount of time.
It encourages responsible spending, but is slow to implement
policy.
Question 5
(TCO 5) The head of ministry is equivalent to the _____ in the
United States.
chief of government
head of state
departmental secretary
premier
Question 6
(TCO 5) When it comes to electing officials, which factor matters
the most to voters in both presidential and parliamentary elections?
Party affiliation
Political ideologies
Money invested in campaign
Personality
Question 7
(TCO 4) Which of the following issues is a civil concern?
Extortion
Theft
Divorce
Trafficking
Question 8
(TCO 4) What are the key mechanisms of international law?
Reciprocity and coalition
Consistency and reciprocity
Consistency and coherence
Coalition and coherence
Question 9
(TCO 4) What legal agency in the United States generates
reputation-based ratings of prospective federal judges?
Judicial Ratings Bureau
Federal Bureau of Judicial Review
American Bar Association
Office of Legal Assessment
Question 10
(TCO 4) Describe the significance of Marbury v. Madison.
The ruling laid precedent for judicial review.
The ruling stated that the president is subject to the courts
decisions.
The ruling decreed that current administrations must honor the
appointments of previous administrations.
The ruling claimed that federal taxes could not be levied on the
states.
POLI330
Week 6 (all correct answers) Quiz Latest 2018 April
Question 1
(TCO 7) Describe how todays conservatives use the term political
economy.
Conservatives use the term to try to get back to the pure market
system advocated by Adam Smith.
Conservatives understand the term within the context of
Machiavellis The Prince.
Conservatives veer toward John Stuart Mills usage, which
advocated utilitarianism.
Conservatives take a neo-utilitarian approach, hoping to benefit
the weakest members of society.
Question 2
(TCO 7) Early 20th-century European governments subscribed to
_____ doctrines, generally keeping their hands away from the economy.
classic liberal
inflationary
neoclassical
Smithian
Question 3
(TCO 7) The 1973 Mideast war allowed members of the Organization
of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) to _____.
sell to nations in Eastern Europe
export to Japan and China
quadruple oil prices
keep oil prices down
Question 4
(TCO 7) Between 1965 and 1973, the percentage of Americans living
below the poverty line _____.
doubled
greatly decreased
slightly increased
rapidly increased
Question 5
(TCO 7) The _____ administration simplified the Food Stamp program
by eliminating the provision that recipients buy the stamps at a discount with
their own money.
Kennedy
Johnson
Ford
Carter
Question 6
(TCO 7) Medical costs consume nearly _____% of the U.S. gross
domestic product, most of it paid through government and private health
insurance.
11
18
22
26
Question 7
(TCO 7) Many Americans think the federal budget goes primarily
toward welfare, which is _____.
absolutely true
somewhat exaggerated
not at all the case
slightly offensive
Question 8
(TCO 7) How might Americans reluctance toward entitlement
programs benefit them in the long run?
Citizens will pay lower taxes, stimulating the economy via
trickle-down economics.
Entitlement programs are complex and inefficient; our government
will save time and money by proceeding with caution.
Americans can justify raising the debt ceiling through entitlement
programs, so long as they are wary of the choices they make.
Government subsidies to businesses, rather than spending on
welfare programs, will help the United States generate revenue and reduce
overall spending.
Question 9
(TCO 7) What was the poverty line in 2012?
$14,505
$17,060
$23,050
$26,750
Question 10
(TCO 7) Theoretically, what are the consequences if the government
assumes the burden of bad loans?
Citizens will default on their mortgages.
Banks will learn from their mistakes and pay back the burden with
interest.
Ultimately, the government will profit.
Firms will be encouraged to continue their risky behavior.
POLI330
Week 7 (all correct answers) Quiz Latest 2018 April
Question 1
(TCO 9) _____ is a small or moderate change that essentially
leaves the system intact.
Mass discontent
Reform
Dramatic system change
A coup detat
Question 2
(TCO 9) What is the relationship between a high sense of
government legitimacy among the people and police officers when legitimacy is
high?
Spending on policing is low.
There are fewer police interfering in civilian life.
Fewer police are needed.
The police must use a particularly heavy hand.
Question 3
(TCO 9) Why might a period of prosperity bring about revolution?
When people move in and out of poverty, they have no hope for the
future, and so see nothing to lose in rebelling.
When things improve for the wealthy, they start imagining an even
better future. No longer content with their already luxurious lot, they want
improvement faster than even a growing economy can deliver.
When things improve for the poor, they realize just how bad
theyve had it and their anger is unleashed.
When things improve for the poor, people start imagining a better
future, and no longer content with their lot, they want improvement faster than
even a growing economy can deliver.
Question 4
(TCO 9) Some states engage in _____, despite officially denouncing
terrorism.
sharing intelligence with nongovernmental militias
state-sponsored terrorism
targeting specific groups for violence
democracy
Question 5
(TCO 9) What is the crux of radical revolutionary thinking?
An economic plan to back up political ideas
Belief that it is possible to remake society
Belief that violence is the key to change
A purely ideological motive
Question 6
(TCO 8) Which of the following statements is generally true of
sovereign nations?
Laws allow individuals to settle grievances in court.
The lack of legal enforcement forces most to settle disputes on
their own.
The spirit of the law often conflicts with the letter of the law.
Written law sometimes conflicts with law as it occurs in practice.
Question 7
(TCO 8) Most countries participate in _____, a largely
capitalistic competition where goods, money, and ideas flow easily to wherever
there are customers.
the world market
free-trade agreements
nontariff barriers
plurilateral agreements
Question 8
(TCO 8) _____ theory argues that leaders often misinterpret
another nations actions as hostile and threatening, and consider their own
actions to be merely defensive.
Supervision
Misperception
Hypertension
Home-defense
Question 9
(TCO 8) The United Nations predecessor, the _____, tried
collective security to ensure peace.
Geneva Convention
Fourteen Points of Peace
Court of International Justice
League of Nations
Question 10
(TCO 8) Evaluate the changing role of sovereignty in todays
international relations.
International relations have reinforced the notion of sovereignty.
Sovereignty is dwindling in the face of international law.
Weaker nations are losing sovereignty to larger, more powerful
ones.
United States sovereignty has weakened due to the threat of
terrorism.POLI330
Week 1 (all correct answers)Quiz Latest 2018 April Question 1(TCO 1) Anthropology applies
most to political science based on which example?People are born with
predispositions towards conservative or liberal views.People join groups because
they have innate desires to be with others.Many ruling families maintained
power by passing down their authority from one generation to the next.Power typically ends up with
those with the most resources.Question 2(TCO 1) The statement Man is
by nature a political animal is attributed to _____.Niccolo MachiavelliSeymour Martin LipsetMao ZedongAristotleQuestion 3(TCO 1) When people base
their views on beliefs that may not be based in reality, they are behaving
_____.irrationallyrationallypoliticallylegitimatelyQuestion 4(TCO 1) A political leaders
ability to command respect and exercise power is known as _____.sovereigntycorruptionauthoritylegitimacyQuestion 5(TCO 1) Despite a disputed
2000 presidential election, once President George W. Bush took office, few
people doubted his _____.charismacontrollegitimacysovereigntyQuestion 6(TCO 1) A theory that is
tested in an attempt to prove or refute with evidence, is known as _____.scholarshipcorruptiona methodologya hypothesisQuestion 7(TCO 1) Reason, balance, and
theory pertain to which of the following?BalancePowerScholarshipMethodologyQuestion 8(TCO 1) Descriptions of
political phenomena often lack _____.rationalityreasoningtheorybalanceQuestion 9(TCO 1) The subfield of _____
studies major thinkers and attempts to define the good polity.public administrationcomparative politicspublic policypolitical theoryQuestion 10(TCO 1) Which are both true
for most political scientists?They think practically and
seek accuracy.They seek popularity and are
skeptical of power.They offer single causes and
think abstractly.They are skeptical of power
and offer long-term consequences.POLI330
Week 2 (all correct answers) Quiz Latest 2018 April Question 1(TCO 6) Aristotle argued that the best political communities would
be _____.dominated by wealthy citizensoligarchiesformed by elitesformed by citizens of the middle classQuestion 2(TCO 6) Which of the following was of greatest concern to John
Locke?Freedom of speech for allPower residing with the proletariatThe right to propertyVoting rightsQuestion 3(TCO 6) Which of the following is most consistent with the concept
of the general will according to Rousseau?Creating a park for the citizens to enjoyUsing public dollars so that some citizens can attend private
schoolsOffering tax breaks to one auto manufacturing plantLow turnout in electionsQuestion 4(TCO 6) Karl Marx used the term _____ to refer to everything built
on top of the economy.the social contractinstitutionsbehavioralismsuperstructureQuestion 5(TCO 6) According to Karl Marx, what would likely replace
capitalism?CommunismSocialismFeudalismConservatismQuestion 6(TCO 6) Which of the following best describes classical liberalism
and modern conservatism?Classical liberalism is the opposite of modern conservatism.Classical liberalism is similar to modern conservatism.Neither classical liberalism, nor modern conservatism continues to
exist.Classical liberalism and modern conservatism were developed by
Karl Marx.Question 7(TCO 6) Which of the following propositions would likely be
favored by modern liberals?Tax cuts for top income earnersRegulation of the banking sectorLittle government involvement in economic mattersFree marketsQuestion 8(TCO 6) Modern conservatism adopts elements of which of the
following?Economic views from Edmund Burke and social views from Adam SmithEconomic and social views from Adam SmithEconomic views from Adam Smith and social views from Thomas Hill
GreenEconomic views from Adam Smith and social views from Edmund BurkeQuestion 9(TCO 6) How do Libertarians differ from liberals and conservatives?Libertarians are more consistent in their views.Libertarians are less consistent in their views.Libertarians prefer intervention in economic matters only.Libertarians prefer intervention in social matters only.Question 10(TCO 6) Fascism existed during the 20th century in what country?IrelandItalyIcelandFrancePOLI330
Week 3 (all correct answers) Quiz Latest 2018 April Question 1(TCO 2) A(n) _____ is a political system without a monarch.institutionmonarchystaterepublicQuestion 2(TCO 2) According to Aristotle, democracy is the _____ form of
government by _____.corrupt; onecorrupt; a fewcorrupt; manylegitimate; manyQuestion 3(TCO 2) The idea that American states serve as laboratories of
democracy is an advantage of _____ systems of government.unitaryconfederalfederalproportionalQuestion 4(TCO 2) Electoral systems that elect one person per district are
known as _____.multimember districtsmajoritarian systemssingle-member districtsproportional districtsQuestion 5(TCO 2) If the Green Party receives 15% of the vote in a
proportional system, which of the following is likely to happen?The Green Party would receive no seats.The Green Party would try to form a coalition with other parties.The Green Party would attempt to gerrymander districts to its
advantage.The Green Party would demand a recount of the votes.Question 6(TCO 2) In a _____ system, the government owns little or no
industry and redistributes little in welfare programs.majoritarianproportionalsocialistlaissez-faireQuestion 7(TCO 2) The ability of courts to decide if laws are constitutional
is referred to as _____.judicial reviewjudicial activismjudicial restraintbasic lawQuestion 8(TCO 2) Though rare, a true democracy, is a system in which
_____.all citizens meet periodically to elect officialsall citizens meet periodically to elect officials and personally
enact lawspopular accountability is common, but political competition is
extremely limitedthe wealthy almost always have greater influence than the poorQuestion 9(TCO 2) Right-wing totalitarianism does not desire revolution;
instead, it attempts to block _____.a leftist revolutionethnic turmoilan Islamic fundamentalist movementa libertarian revolutionQuestion 10(TCO 2) What are features of an all-encompassing ideology?An official theory of history and economics, a portrayal of the
world in black-and-white terms, and acceptance of an imperfect societyAn official theory of history and economics, a portrayal of the
world in black-and-white terms, and claims of a perfect societyAn eclectic sense of history and economics, a portrayal of the
world in complex terms, and claims of a perfect societyAn official theory of history and economics, a portrayal of the
world in complex terms, and claims of a perfect societyPOLI330
Week 4 (all correct answers) Quiz Latest 2018 April Question 1(TCO 3) Explain which individuals have the most influence on
politics via interest groups.WomenThe elderlyA wide variety of peopleRich individualsQuestion 2(TCO 3) The National Rifle Association is an example of an
interest group that seeks the support of primarily one party, in that it tilts
strongly toward _____ candidates.IndependentLibertarianRepublicanTea PartyQuestion 3(TCO 3) A great deal of legislation originates in _____.economic downturnscorporate boardroomsspecialized agenciessecretQuestion 4(TCO 3) In countries where _____, the courts become an arena of
interest-group contention.public defenders are unavailablethe rule of law is strongjudges have little powerthe rule of law is weakQuestion 5(TCO 3) Large parties in particular can be analyzed as _____.generations of like-minded voterscoalitions of interest groupsteam-led organizations based around a themetrustworthy representatives of national interestQuestion 6(TCO 3) _____ allow and even encourage parties to split.Single-member districtsFirst past the post systemsProportional representation systemsPlurality systemsQuestion 7(TCO 3) Which of the following has recently done much to encourage
state and local party organizations to cooperate with national party platforms?Door-to-door canvassingCohesive national platformsComputerized mailing listsLocal political panderingQuestion 8(TCO 3) Why do Americans vote so little?Typically, given the enormous number of immigrants the United
States plays host to, most U.S. nonvoters are poorly versed in the tradition of
voting, and are therefore are largely unengaged by most elections.Typically, more than half of U.S. nonvoters say they that while
they are interested in and satisfied with candidates, they still feel that
their vote makes no difference or that none of the candidates are really good,
and the two large parties may not offer an interesting or clear-cut choice.Typically, most U.S. nonvoters say they are uninterested in or
dissatisfied with candidates, feeling their vote makes no difference or that
none of the candidates are really good, and the two large parties may not offer
an interesting or clear-cut choice.Typically, most U.S. voters find it impossible to convince others
to vote, despite the fact that nonvoters are most likely to vote if convinced
by those close to them.Question 9(TCO 3) What impact does beginning to pay taxes have on young
peoples relationship to voting?It tends to make them more likely to vote, but less likely to work
for a given campaign.Beginning to pay taxes tends to make them less interested in
elections.It tends to make them more liberal in their voting.As they begin paying taxes, they become more interested in
elections.Question 10(TCO 3) Why might factory workers in small towns feel a different
sense of the stakes elections hold than executives and professionals?Factory workers in small towns may perceive a great deal of
difference between candidates, noticing considerable change from one
administration to another, and executives and professionals feel generally less
involved but still perceive a direct correlation between who wins and their
personal fortunes.Factory workers in small towns may perceive little difference
between candidates, noticing little change from one administration to another,
and although executives and professionals share this sense of noticing little
change from one administration to another, they still perceive a direct
correlation between who wins and their personal fortunes.Factory workers in small towns may perceive little difference
between candidates, noticing little change from one administration to another,
and executives and professionals feel involved and perceive a direct
correlation between who wins and their personal fortunes.Executives and professionals may perceive little difference
between candidates, noticing little change from one administration to another,
and factory workers in small towns feel involved and perceive a direct
correlation between who wins and their personal incomes.POLI330
Week 5 (all correct answers) Quiz Latest 2018 April Question 10 / 3 pts(TCO 5) Which of the following terms is defined as the post-feudal
concentration of power in a monarch?AbsolutismTotalitarianismTeetotalismMonarchyQuestion 2(TCO 5) Countries with limits on government have usually had
feudal pasts, which suggests what about the dispersion of power?Equal distribution of power is the only effective political
structure.Power must be distributed by the working class.Power should be concentrated among the lower classes.Dispersion of power is good and concentration of power is bad.Question 3(TCO 5) How often does the cabinet change in a parliamentary
system?Every 4 yearsEvery 6 yearsEvery 8 yearsWhen the cabinet is voted out or resignsQuestion 4(TCO 5) What is the effect of divided government, such as that
used in the United States, on spending and policy formation?It encourages unhealthy spending and foolish policies.It holds down spending and foolish policies.It encourages irresponsible spending because representatives are
held accountable for only a short amount of time.It encourages responsible spending, but is slow to implement
policy.Question 5(TCO 5) The head of ministry is equivalent to the _____ in the
United States.chief of governmenthead of statedepartmental secretarypremierQuestion 6(TCO 5) When it comes to electing officials, which factor matters
the most to voters in both presidential and parliamentary elections?Party affiliationPolitical ideologiesMoney invested in campaignPersonalityQuestion 7(TCO 4) Which of the following issues is a civil concern?ExtortionTheftDivorceTraffickingQuestion 8(TCO 4) What are the key mechanisms of international law?Reciprocity and coalitionConsistency and reciprocityConsistency and coherenceCoalition and coherenceQuestion 9(TCO 4) What legal agency in the United States generates
reputation-based ratings of prospective federal judges?Judicial Ratings BureauFederal Bureau of Judicial ReviewAmerican Bar AssociationOffice of Legal AssessmentQuestion 10(TCO 4) Describe the significance of Marbury v. Madison.The ruling laid precedent for judicial review.The ruling stated that the president is subject to the courts
decisions.The ruling decreed that current administrations must honor the
appointments of previous administrations.The ruling claimed that federal taxes could not be levied on the
states.POLI330
Week 6 (all correct answers) Quiz Latest 2018 April Question 1(TCO 7) Describe how todays conservatives use the term political
economy.Conservatives use the term to try to get back to the pure market
system advocated by Adam Smith.Conservatives understand the term within the context of
Machiavellis The Prince.Conservatives veer toward John Stuart Mills usage, which
advocated utilitarianism.Conservatives take a neo-utilitarian approach, hoping to benefit
the weakest members of society.Question 2(TCO 7) Early 20th-century European governmen

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