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Q: Explain juvenile delinquency in Pakistan.

A: Juvenile delinquency in Pakistan

Q: what is the crux of a political institution?

A: Introduction An institution is a set of formal rules defined by law.

Q: How do people affect public policy withinthe policymaking system? Why is the policy agenda soimporta...

A: Public policy

Q: How is the formal amendment process, consistentwith our Madisonian system of government, designed to...

A: Tyranny of the majority

Q: Describe what interest groups are and why sometimes small interest groups are more successful than l...

A: Interest groups are majorly formed on the basis of some shared interest.

Q: Do political parties help or hinder American democracy?

A: A democracy is made up of a system where political parties or individuals stand for elections to win...

Q: Which of the following statements is FALSE?     a. the President’s constitutional power to “gran...

A: Functioning of government

Q: What were John Locke’s views of the purpose ofand limits on government?

A: John Locke is considered as one of the enlightenment thinkers and was considered as the father of li...

Q: Polly Purebred is studying to become a US citizen. In her study materials, she reads that America is...

A: America is the land of the free and the home of the brave

Q: Polly Purebred is studying to become a US citizen. In her study materials, she reads that America is...

A: America is “the land of the free and the home of the brave.”

Q: Government is typically made up of the institutionsthat make public policy decisions for a society.T...

A: Government acts as the leading body which has got a various functions in the state.

Q: What act of civil disobedience did Edward Abbey commit?

A: Edward Abbey

Q: Maga McGowan believes in free health care for all Americans, to be funded entirely by the US governm...

A: Political idelogies

Q: One person has complete control over all branches of government is an example?

A: There are various types of government all over the world. Although most countries tend to lean towar...

Q: According to James Madison, which of thefollowing is the primary source of political conflict?a. dif...

A: James Madison

Q: Is it possible for a person to have formal authority but no real power? Explain

A: Having formal authority but no real power can be easily understood as someone having a position of g...

Q: Explain how the Articles of Confederation failedbut still provided a positive influence on the subse...

A: Articles of Confederation 

Q: How essential is the policy to the success of a country? On a government level, how does the policym...

A: Planning and policy making is an integral part of any organization. When we talk about running of a ...

Q: The “full faith and credit” clause in Article IV ofthe Constitution is primarily designed to ensure ...

A: Article IV of the Constitution

Q: All of the following are considered linkageinstitutions EXCEPT ___________a. the media.b. interest g...

A: Anything that gives a bond between two other groups or bodies or even individuals can be considered ...

Q: The confirmation of judicial nominees, investigations, and impeachment would be examples of?   1. ov...

A: working of congress

Q: A country in which all power resides in a centralgovernment hasa. a unitary government.b. a confeder...

A: Due to the ease of governance and various other reasons, every country has adopted a means of govern...

Q: 1. What is the separation of power? To what extent the separation of power prevails in modern times?...

A: Since you have asked multiple questions, we will solve the first question for you. If you want any s...

Q: The notion that the people must agree on who theirrulers will be is referred to asa. sanctity of pro...

A: MCQ

Q: Which of the following statements is TRUE?a. Balzac was a strong supporter of bureaucraciesb. Weber ...

A: Bureaucracy 

Q: QUESTION 11 In 2013, the United Nations recognized the state of Palestine O a. and formally admitted...

A: Palestine in the United Nations 

Q: what is the purpose of political dynasty?

A: Political dynasty refers to the situation where members of a single-family dominate the government o...

Q: Assess the role of unelected bureaucrats in American democracy andthe impact of the bureaucracy on t...

A: Bureaucrats 

Q: The subfield of political science focused on understanding the struggle for power across countries. ...

A: Political Science

Q: According to Robert Dahl’s traditional democratictheory, an ideal democratic process should satisfy ...

A: Robert Dahl's traditional democratic theory

Q: Outline the key points in the argument that Marx and Engels present

A: Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels

Q: Wanda, who is transgender, is hired without her employer knowing that she is transgender. The employ...

A: Civil Rights Act and LGBT workers

Q: Which best describes the job of the President’s Chief of Staff?a. S/he is President of the Senateb. ...

A: In recent times most of the US presidents have felt the requirement of a president's Chief of staff ...

Q: True or False: Democracy does not guarantee that a government will undertake productive policies.

A: Democracy refers to the government by the people by electing representatives to govern them.

Q: The United States has undergone a gradual shiftfrom dual to cooperative federalism. In your opinion,...

A: U.S. federalism

Q: Q#3. Define any one form of state with its advantages and disadvantages.

A: State:  advantages and disadvantages

Q: Who invented politics?

A: Politics

Q: Can you please give me a brief description of each of these presidents and their policies? Also coul...

A: Policies of U.S. Presidents

Q: Rep. Jonquil Smith-Sanders-Cortez (D-NY) intends to vote for passage of HR 1. This bill is opposed b...

A: Political terms

Q: Explain why Good Governance is important in every sphere of society whether it be the corporate envi...

A: Good Governance

Q: QUESTION 11 In 2013, the United Nations recognized the state of Palestine O a. and formally admitted...

A: Palestine in United Nations 

Q: A. What are the positive and negative sides of political dynasties?  B. What is the purpose of Polit...

A: Since you have asked multiple questions, we will solve the first question for you. If you want any s...

Q: How does federalism affect the scope of government?Did the national government grow at the expense o...

A: Federalism and scope of government

Q: The Connecticut Compromise did which of thefollowing?a. It guaranteed that slaves would count as thr...

A: The Connecticut Compromise

Q: These types of interest groups lobby congress and advocate  for legislation that is for the collecti...

A: Interest groups

Q: what was the basic premise of the confederate government

A: The confederate government referred to the southern confederacy that sought to establish a separate ...

Q: Describe the difference between a constitutional monarchy and an absolute monarchy with examples?

A: constitutional monarchy and an absolute monarchy

Q: In what ways did the 1954 US intervention in Guatemala exemplify patterns of the emerging Cold War i...

A: In 1954, a Central Intelligence Agency orchestrated coup d’état organized by the US to intervene int...

Q: Why was the Bill of rights enacted?

A: The Bill of rights was written by James Madison to put certain protects against the government towar...

Q: Because it is unelected, the federal bureaucracyis often criticized as undemocratic. How do the elec...

A: Federal bureaucracy

Q: “Bribery, Treason, High Crimes and Misdemeanors”a. are specific criminal offenses found in the US Co...

A: “Bribery, Treason, High Crimes and Misdemeanors”

Q: What groups influence lawmakers? Give examples.

A: There are various individuals or groups that try and influence lawmaking bodies.

Q: A. Explain the law making process in Oman and the functions of legislative, Executive and judicial b...

A: Oman's political system

Q: A State statute empowered public school principals to suspend students for up to ten days without an...

A: Due process

Q: Differentiate the four types of agencies into which the federalbureaucracy is organized.

A: Federal bureaucracy 

Q: Who votes for the political parties in the United States?

A: The voting system in a democracy like the United States functions on voters.

Q: What does the authoritarian government mean?

A: Authoritarianism is a form of government characterized by the rejection of political plurality, the ...

Q: Describe the federal bureaucrats and the ways in which they obtaintheir jobs.

A: Federal bureaucrats

Q: Identify the various types of interest groups and their policy concerns.

A: Interest groups refer to a group of individuals with similar or single interests fighting for policy...

Q: how President bush Doctrine, played out in the 2003 US invasion of Iraq?

A: President George W. Bush's doctrine

Q: In most corporate crime,victimization tends to be diffuse, or spread out among the population. True ...

A: corporate crime

Q: ) Which theory says that the necessities involved in managing an organization inevitably become conc...

A: MCQ

Q: Describe the ideas behind the American Revolution and 2.1 their role in shaping the Constitution

A: American revolution

Q: Briefly examine the view that the Grenada Revolution was a complete failure

A: Grenada is a small island country belonging to the West Indies. In March 13, 1979, the Grenada's Pri...

Q: A new bill, H.R. 1, has been placed in the House hopper. While the bill deals mostly with transporta...

A: Introduction of bills

Q: Analyze federal expenditures and the growth of the budget.

A: federal expenditures and the growth of the budget

Q: do organized interests play too great a role in policymaking?

A: Organized interest lead to organized show of support or protest against certain bills, policy or ame...

Q: What were the factors which led to the creation of the confederacy being split between a Lower and U...

A: Secession in the United States

Q: how poltics affect our daily lives

A: Politics refers to all the activities associated with the governing of the people.

Q: The theory of hyperpluralism is based on theassumption that input from interest groups is good for t...

A: Hyper pluralism

Q: Charlie Simmons believes that businesses in the US should operate as free as possible from governmen...

A: Political ideology

Q: Prior to the Supreme Court ruling in Gitlow v.New York, how were state governments restricted by the...

A: Supreme Court ruling in Gitlow v. New York

Q: Define Nationalism and sectionalism. What were the forces that caused this political phenomenon. Dic...

A: Nationalism and sectionalism

Q: McCulloch v. Maryland established the principle thata. as long as the national government does not v...

A: McCulloch v. Maryland

Q: The following item/s are included in Committee reports on bills:     a. the legislative intent o...

A: Committee reports on bills

Q: What is the separation of power? To what extent the separation of power prevails inmodern times?

A: The separation of power refers to the separation of different functions of the government which are ...

Q: What are the measures conducted by The Philippine government to mitigate the problem of food scarcit...

A: Food Scarcity in the Philippines 

Q: The Articles of Confederation established a strongcentral government to respond to issues of economi...

A: The confederacy was primarily the 11 si=outhern states who wanted to establish a separate government...

Q: What is the affirmative action model of election reform?

A: affirmative action model of election reform

Q: pros and cons of participatory democracy

A: Democracy refers to the rule of people by electing representatives.

Q: Identify the factors that affect the president’s ability to obtain publicsupport.

A: factors that affect the president’s ability to obtain public support

Q: What do we mean when we say that the Cold War “was NOT COLD” in Latin America and what are some exam...

A: "Cold war" as a term is used to define a situation of hostility between two countries who do not dir...

Q: Describe the role that interest groups play in American politics.

A: Role of Interest groups

Q: The rationality principle of politics says that _________.    a. all political behavior has a pur...

A: The rationality principle 

Q: Adam and Eve were dining at the dead rat restaurant. Adam purchased game pie for eve. Eve cut into t...

A: Introduction Every consumer has its rights when he consumes any service from the service provider, a...

Q: Explain the difference between substantive and procedural due process.

A: substantive and procedural due process

Q: Describe how American politicians choreograph their messages throughthe mass media.

A: American Politicians have had a history of sending and propagating their thoughts worldwide through ...

Q: The Senate Majority Leader is currently X, and the Speaker of the House is currently Y a. X is Nancy...

A: U.S. Government

Q: what were the main factors that contributed to the victory of george w bush in 2000?

A: Factors that contributed to the victory of George W. Bush in 2000

Q: What is liberalism

A: Liberalism is one of the ideologies of politics.

Q: Mark Mindhisbusiness does not believe that his hard-earned dollars should be spent on government pro...

A: Political ideologies

Q: How do the views of John Locke and Jean Jacques Rousseau in regard to 'Human Nature' differ, and how...

A: John Locke and Jean Jacques Rousseau in regard to 'Human Nature' 

Q: Federalisma. stifles innovation at the state level.b. encourages uniform policies among the states.c...

A: Federalism

Q: three main approaches to explaining political action.

A: Introduction: Political action or political activity is a form of an act or a task done with orienta...

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