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Which of the following is NOT a long-term trend marking the expansion of suffrage in the United States? a. removing restrictive requirements based on religious belief b. the Federal Government taking less of a role in protecting suffrage rights c. eliminating requirements based on race d. eliminating requirements based on tax payment
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The Federal Government taking less of a role in protecting suffrage rights is NOT a long-term trend marking the expansion of suffrage in the United States.

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Campaign contributions to a presidential candidate can a. come from any foreign country. b. be for any amount of money. c. all be made anonymously. d. be made by any American. User: true or false? The primary election process is really just a way of reducing the number of people who will run in the general election User: Political Action Committees (PACS) donate money to campaigns and they are associated with: a. political parties c. interest groups b. the candidate themselves d. the ...
Weegy: Ineffectiveness at the polling place on voting day leads to frustration and loss of interest in voting. User: In order to increase voter turnout many states have implemented which of the following? a. new voting machines c. phone in voting b. early ballot voting d. created more polling places (More)
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Campaign contributions to a presidential candidate can: Be made by any American.

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those for whom the Constitution represented a too-powerful central government User: Virginia ratified the constitution with the help of who? User: Which of the following documents originally challenged the idea of the divine rights of kings? a. The Petition of Right b. English Bill of Rights c. Magna Carta d. United States Bill of Rights
Weegy: c. Magna Carta originally challenged the idea of the divine rights of kings. User: From the formation of the New England Confederation to that of the Second Continental Congress, the colonists became progressively a. better organized. b. more defiant. c. both a and b d. none of the above Weegy: From the formation of the New England Confederation to that of the Second Continental Congress, the colonists became progressively better organized and more defiant. User: Which feature did the State constitutions and the Articles of Confederation have in common? User: The government set up by the Articles of Confederation had a. no legislative or judicial branch. b. only a legislative and an executive branch. c. only a legislative branch, consisting of a unicameral Congress. d. only a legislative branch, consisting of a bicameral Congress. Weegy: The government set up by the Articles of Confederation had: c. only a legislative branch, consisting of a unicameral Congress. User: When crafting the new Constitution, the Framers drew from their experiences with which of the following? a. the governments of ancient Greece and Rome b. the writings of Rousseau and Locke c. their own State governments d. all of the abov Weegy: When crafting the new Constitution, the Framers drew from their experiences with which of the following? d. all of the above. User: The concept of a limited government comes from this theory of government. a. force theory c. divine right theory b. social contract theory d. evolutionary theory (More)
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The concept of a limited government comes from Social Contract Theory.
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true or false? the framers of the U.S. Constitution, in 1787, talked about factions (also called political parties) User: true or false? Political parties are mentioned in the U.S. Constitution in most of its articles. User: true or false? The party in power usually acts as the "watchdog". User: In the United States, a political party is made up of a group of people who a. disagree on how to resolve the basic issues affecting the country. b. work to get candidates elected to political ...
Weegy: In the United States, a political party is made up of a group of people who, B. work to get candidates elected to political offices. User: Congress and the State legislatures are often organized on party lines and conduct much of their business based on what? User: Because the United States has a ____, the only candidates who have a reasonable chance of winning an election are either Republicans or Democrats. User: The two-party system developed in the United States mainly because a. the Constitution established a democratic government. b. conflicts about the Constitution created opposing viewpoints. c. leaders and voters agreed on the existence of two parties. d. it was voted on and approved by both houses of Congress Weegy: The two-party system developed in the United States mainly because b. conflicts about the Constitution created opposing viewpoints. (More)
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