POLI 330N Final Exam 3 – Week 8 Question and Answers

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POLI 330N Final Exam – Question and Answers

  1. (TCO 1) Which best explains the differences between historians and political scientists?
  2. (TCO 1) Which are both true for most political scientists?
  3. (TCO 1) Voting for someone who is charismatic but whose policies might not benefit you would be considered _____ behavior.
  4. (TCO 1) Which of the following best exemplifies sovereignty?
  5. (TCO 1) The notion that you respect the U.S. Congress, even though it is controlled by a party with which you do not agree, pertains to _____.
  6. (TCO 1) Descriptions of political phenomena often lack _____.
  7. (TCO 1) The term for measuring with numbers is _____.
  8. (TCO 4) The English common law stressed the rights of free and equal men and was developed on the basis of precedent set by earlier judges, known today as _____.
  9. (TCO 4) Under which of the following circumstances might a case be pursued as both a criminal and a civil case?
  10. (TCO 4) The concept of judicial review falls under which article of the U.S. Constitution?
  11. (TCO 4) Who nominates and approves federal judges in the U.S. court system?
  12. (TCO 4) When was judicial review granted to the Supreme Court within the United States?
  13. (TCO 4) Examine the ideal role of American judges.
  14. (TCO 4) In Lombard v. Louisiana (1963), the Warren Court supported _____, ruling that blacks who had refused to leave a segregated lunch counter could not be prosecuted.
  15. (TCO 5) Countries with limits on government have usually had feudal pasts, which suggests what about the dispersion of power?
  16. (TCO 5) How often does the cabinet change in a parliamentary system?
  17. (TCO 5) Because of the separation of powers inherent in a presidential system, some scholars think that executive-legislative _____ is common in systems like that used in the United States.
  18. (TCO 5) Each division of government in a parliamentary system is headed by a _____.
  19. (TCO 5) Distinguish the process that a parliamentary system uses to oust a chief executive from the one available in the U.S. presidential system.
  20. (TCO 5) Describe how the election process in a parliamentary system slightly resembles presidential elections in the United States.
  21. (TCO 5) Explain which type of candidate parliamentary systems seek out to become ministers.
  22. (TCO 7) Radicals use the term political economy instead of _____ to describe their critique of capitalism and the inequitable distribution of wealth among nations.
  23. (TCO 7) How do Keynesian economic policies differ from the traditional laissez-faire policies developed by Adam Smith?
  24. (TCO 7) What event is largely considered responsible for deterring Johnson’s War on Poverty?
  25. (TCO 7) Differentiate between the rising costs of Medicare and Medicaid.
  26. (TCO 7) According to political scientist Ira Sharkansky, “All modern states are welfare states, and all welare states are _____.”
  27. (TCO 7) How does the American welfare state compare to those of other industrialized nations?
  28. (TCO 7) Many conservative economists argue that some banks are _____, because they would topple the rest of the economy with them.
  29. (TCO 9) _____ is a small or moderate change that essentially leaves the system intact poli 330n final exam
  30. (TCO 9) What is the relationship between a high sense of government legitimacy among the people and police officers when legitimacy is high?
  31. (TCO 9) What is likely to happen if the people are unhappy and there is no organization to focus their discontent?
  32. (TCO 9) What are the aims of terrorists via their calculated acts of terrorism?
  33. (TCO 9) According to Hannah Arendt, the American struggle was indeed a revolution, perhaps history’s only complete revolution, _____.
  34. (TCO 9) Why is the Middle East currently the breeding ground for considerable terrorist activity?
  35. (TCO 9) Hannah Arendt pointed out that rage is the fuel of revolution, but what is now the greatest cause of rage?

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