Past Exam for PSCI 1014 - US Gov & Politics with Walcott at Virginia Tech (VT)

Exam Information

Material Type:Exam 3
Class:PSCI 1014 - US Gov & Politics
Subject:Political Science
University:Virginia Polytechnic Institute And State University
Term:Fall 2005
  • Robert Bork
  • Policy Implementation
  • Pork Barrel Legislation
  • Chief of State
  • Majority Leader
  • Bureaucrats
  • Head of State
  • Speaker of the House
  • Prerogative
  • The Cabinet
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Political Science 1014 Fall 2005 - Exam 3 Form A Fill in the letter of the correct answer on your answer sheet. For each question there is only one correct answer. 1. In lecture it was pointed out that the House and Senate are quite different from one another. An example of the difference is: a. The Senate doesn't use committees; the House does. b. The House has a formal leadership structure; the Senate doesn't. *c. Senators have the right to filibuster; House members don't. d. House members often are national media figures; Senators rarely are. 2. The principle of stare decisis is important because a. it allows the House to run in an orderly fashion. *b. it makes the law stable and predictable. c. it requires bureaucrats to respect the intent of Congress. d. it protects whistleblowers from retribution. 3. According to Prof. Walcott, George Washington's greatness as ...

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