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What practice is the subject of the cartoon? a. individual campaign contributions b. PAC campaign activities c. federal regulation of campaign spending d. public funding of federal campaigns
d. public funding of federal campaigns [smile]
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User: What practice is the subject of the cartoon? a. individual campaign contributions b. PAC campaign activities c. federal regulation of campaign spending d. public funding of federal campaigns

Weegy: d. public funding of federal campaigns [smile]
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User: In general, the cartoon a. supports federal funding for presidential candidates. b. suggests it is ironic that candidates take public funds while supporting lower federal spending. c. supports federal funding of a large number of candidates. d. criticizes the reluctance of the Treasury to allow funding of proper presidential candidates

Weegy: b. suggests it is ironic that candidates take public funds while supporting lower federal spending.
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User: Compared with the caucus and convention methods, the number of people who can participate in choosing candidates through the direct primary is a. about the same. b. very small. c. much greater. d. much less.



Weegy: Compared with the caucus and convention methods, the number of people who can participate in choosing candidates through the direct primary is c. much greater
Expert answered|DButters|Points 3|

User: If a Republican candidate for governor is proving to be especially popular, which of the following is MOST likely to benefit? a. the voters b. other Republican candidates c. minor party candidates d. Democratic candidates



Weegy: If a Republican candidate for governor is proving to be especially popular, which of the following is MOST likely to benefit? B. other Republican candidates
Expert answered|DButters|Points 3|



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