political science question?

1. Which of the following is not a component of the state? a) land b) culture c) territory d) people, 2. Power is actually based on a) authority b) influence c) legitimacy d) money, 3. Equality can be defined as a) access b) morality c) equality d) inclusion, 4. The 9th and 10th amendments limits the power of a) president b) government c) supreme courts d) United Nations, 5. The Initiative allows citizens to bypass a) congress b) state & local legislatures c) security council d) none of the above, 6. The Rule of Law applies to a) all b) rich c) government d) politicians 7. Conservatives believe in a) traditional values b) strong military c) A & B d) pre-emption, 8. Seperation of Powers suggests a) seperate and independent branches of government b) seperation of church & state c) independent judiciary d) none of the above, 9. Anarchism is a) total government control b) no government c) military rule d) autoritarianism, 10. Oligarch is government by a few a) aristocracy b) people c) cabal d) electoral college, 11. Totalitarians embrace a) freedom b) libertarianism c) conservatism d) none of the above, 12. The recall allows the removal from the office of a) president b) governor c) federal judges d) solicitor general, 13. The ideas of classical liberalism embrace all of the following except a) liberty b) equality c) private property d) social welfare, 14. The great compromise resolved issues in a) World War II b) Civil War c) Constitutional Convention d) War of 1812, 15. The Federalist Papers were written during a) adoption of the constitution b) Watergate c) Civil War d) Clinton’s impeachment, 16. The Bill of Rights a) gives us rights b) protects our rights c) provide natural rights d) none of the above, 17. Confederation came about to a) promote prosperity b) better prosecute war c) seek alliance with Britain d) capture Daniel Shay, 18. Constitutional amendments must be ratified by a) 3/5 of the states b) 1/2 the states c) national conventions d) 3/4 of the states, 19. Symbols of US political culture include except a) Liberty Bell b) Statue of Liberty c) Independence Day d) Washington DC Library, 20. The 3/5 principle allowed for a) increased representation for smaller states b) greater inequality among states c) reduced representation for big states d) none of the above, 21. Among the informal changes to the constitution are all of the following except a) judicial decisions b) statutes c) ordinances d) executive agreements, 22. Brian Harper is the leader of which country a)Afghanistan b) Mexico c) Barbados d) Canada, 23. Contemporary economic conditions have produced much/many a) unemployment b) foreclosures c) suicides d) broken homes, 24. Present at the Constitutional Convention were all of the following except a) land owners b) wealthy c) businessmen d) poor, 25. Marbury vs. Madison resulted in the following except a) placed the judiciary on par with the executive and legislature b) changed the way public policy is made c) the judiciary now determine the legality of legislation d) made of Marbury wealthy, 1. True or False : The government is ot the only entity of society allowed to use force. 2. True or False: The Kurds consider themselves a nation but not a state. 3. True or False: Federalism provides for one level of government. 4. True of False: The US is an example of an oligarchy. 5. True or False: Republicanism is central to the ideaology of the Republican Party. 6. True or False: Libertarianism is a variant of liberalism. 7. Affirmative action was designed to promote equality. 8. True or False: Checks and balances mandate cooperation between the legislative and executive branches of government. 9. True or False: Constitutional democracy equals limited government. 10. True or False: Judicial review came about because of Marbury vs. Madison. 11. True or False: Tom Paine was a propagandist who supported the Brirish in the Revolutionary War. 12. True or False: Benjamin Franklin represented the US at the Treaty of Paris. 13. True or False: Regulatory agencies have no impact on our governmental system. 14. True or False: The Bureaucracy is of no significance in the everyday functionong of government. 15. True or False: The Continental Congress spoke glowingly of the British and their king. 16. True or False: Shay’s rebellion was easily put down by the confederation. 17. True or False: Modern Technology is responsible for all US Constitutional changes. 18. True or False: Easton’s definition of politics does not include values. 19. True or False: Ballot proposals and initiatives are not the same thing. 20. True or False: In promoting justice the government promotes exclusiveness. 21. True or False: Due process is an extension of the rule of law. 22. True or False: George Bush invented security as a function of government. 23. True or False: Providing public goods is one function of government around which all political idealogies revolve. 24. True or False: The Electoral College was designed to provide eq

2 Responses to “political science question?”

  1. Liberal Says:

    We don’t have time to read all this.

    Do your own homework like the rest of us had to do.

  2. Rooster2619 Says:

    LMFAO Are you for real? Do your own homework, you obviously have a lot to learn.