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

Exam Information

Material Type:Exam 1
Professor:Walcott
Class:PSCI 1014 - US Gov & Politics
Subject:Political Science
University:Virginia Polytechnic Institute And State University
Term:Fall 2002
Keywords:
  • Lack of Resources
  • Judicial Interpretation
  • Constitution
  • Second Amendment
  • The Second Amendment
  • Dual Federalism
  • Conservatives
  • Article I of the Constitution
  • Limited Government
  • Libertarians
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O~~;( e /-"5 ( \; (I ;'C,,-,,$ ,A Political Science 101 Fall 2002 - Exam 1 FormB Fill in the letter of the correct answer on your answer sheet. Each question has only one correct answer. 1. "A shared body of values and beliefs that shapes perception and attitudes toward politics and government" is called a. political culture. b. popular sovereignty. c. public policy. d. democracy. 2. If government is "responsive," its policies will, by definition, a. be what is best for the people. b. be what the majority want. c. be sensitive to minority righfs. d. be made at state and local levels. 3. The term "identity politics" refers to a. people organizing politically by race, sex, ethnicity, etc. b. a voter's commitment to a political party. c. the sense of patriotism shared by citizens of a country. d. why people with strong egos tend to participate in politics. 4. Your textbook says that the theory of "pluralism" fails to account for the fact that a. most people lack...

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