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$100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Court Cases ConstitutionalUnderpinningsInterestGroups/ Political Parties/ Political Parties/MediaPolitical Behaviors & Political Parties Miscellaneous Miscellaneous Key Terms Key Terms
C1-$100 Key Terms- $100 Key Terms- $100 What is Party Identification? A sense of affiliation that a person has with a particular political party.
C1-$200 Key Terms- $200 What are lobbyists? People who influence congressman to support their issue
C1-$300 Key Terms- $300 A coalition is what? The people who make up and support a certain political party.
C1-$400 Key Terms- $400 What are block grants? Money granted by the federal government to the states for a broad purpose rather than for a narrow purpose.
C1-$500 Key Terms- $500 What are Mandates? Requirements imposed by the national governments upon the states.
C2-$100 Court Cases- $100 This court case ordered state legislative districts to be as near equal as possible in population Baker v. Carr (1962)
C2-$200 Court Cases- $200 This court case in the 1 st amendment which protects campaign spending Buckley v. Valeo
C2-$300 Court Cases- $300 Use of 14 th Amendment’s equal protection clause to stop the Florida recount in the election of Bush v. Gore (2000)
C2-$400 Court Cases- $400 This court case had no racial gerrymandering; race can’t be the sole or predominant factor in redrawing legislative boundaries. Shaw v. Reno (1993)
C2-$500 Court Cases- $500 This court case ordered house districts to be as near equal in population as possible. Wesberry v. Sanders (1963)
C3-$100 Constitutional Underpinnings- $100 Congress has exercised implied powers through the use of the? Elastic clause
C3-$200 Constitutional Underpinnings- $200 A consequence of separation of powers and checks and balances has been: Fragmented policymaking processes
C3-$300 Constitutional Underpinnings - $300 How is the membership of the House of Representatives determined? Determined by the apportioned population of the states.
C3-$400 Constitutional Underpinnings- $400 The term “winner take all” refers to? A candidate winning all of a state’s electoral votes.
C3-$500 Constitutional Underpinnings- $500 Under the Articles of Confederation where did most governmental power rest in? The state’s governments
C4-$100 Interest Groups/Political Party/Media- $100 What are some reasons political parties work and make sense? They create competition, choice and democracy
C3-200 Interest Groups/Political Party/Media- $200 What is a media event? An event purposely staged for the media and made to look spontaneous.
C3-$300 Interest Groups/Political Party/Media- $300 What do PAC’S do? They financially support candidates for office.
C3-$400 Interest Groups/Political Party/Media- $400 What two key events brought about the Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act of 2002? 1996 financial scandal involving Clinton and the 200 Enron Scandal
C3-$500 Interest Groups/Political Party/Media- $500 What creates PAC’S? The Federal Election Campaign Act
C4-$100 Political Behaviors & Political Parties- $100 What is one effect of growing older? Political participation increases with age
C4-$200 Political Behaviors & Political Parties- $200 What is the most common form of voting in the United States? Voting in presidential elections
C4-$300 Political Behaviors & Political Parties- $300 What is the best predictor for how a citizen votes? Party Identification
C4-$400 Political Behaviors & Political Parties- $400 What determines the party platform? national convention
C4-$500 Political Behaviors & Political Parties- $500 What has happened in American elections over the past 50 years? Suffrage has broadened, and the turnout has decreased
C4-$100 Miscellaneous- $100 What drives media coverage? Technology and scandal
C4-$200 Miscellaneous- $200 Unlike interest groups, political parties Are policy generalists
C4-$300 Miscellaneous- $300 What translates inputs from the public into outputs from the policymakers? Linkage institutions
C4-$400 Miscellaneous- $400 What molds the values a person develops Political socialization
C4-$500 Miscellaneous- $500 How is the membership of the House of Representatives determined? by the apportioned population of the state’s
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