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As of 2008, the number of federally registered political action committees numbered over A. 4,000. B. 15,000. C. 11,000. D. 20,000.
Weegy: A. 4000 User: What makes the Colorado River so important? A. It runs through 12 states. B. It provides power to over half the United States. C. It provides over 25 million people with drinking water. D. It irrigates over 30 million acres of land. Weegy: The Colorado river is som important because it runs through 12 states. User: What is the name of the largest irrigation canal in the world? A. All American Canal B. Mega Water Canal C. Lower Basin Canal D. Upper Basin Canal Weegy: A. All American Canal, arrying a maximum of 26155 cubic feet per second User: An interest group is a A. collection of people who disagree on various issues. B. group of people who have agreed to vote in the same way. C. group of protestors desiring to have their collective voices heard by the government. D. collection of people with similar views on issues that work to influence all levels of government Weegy: An interest group is a C. group of protestors desiring to have their collective voices heard by the government. User: What is an important difference between political parties and interest groups? A. interest groups are public entities and political parties are private B. political parties are public and interest groups are private entities C. interest groups can discriminate against people who have disabilities D. political parties receive the protection of the government through a special police force Weegy: interest groups are public entities and political parties are private User: What action did the Smith-Connally Act of 1943 make illegal? A. labor unions contributing money to federal election campaigns B. individuals contributing money to federal election campaigns C. federal election campaigns soliciting money from international sources D. union members voting in federal elections Weegy: A. labor unions contributing money to federal election campaigns ... (More)
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These people have no institutions, no meetings for counsels, rather they make their habitations in caverns hollowed among the peaks of the high mountains. By chunking the word hab-itat-ion what do we find it means? A. ways of life B. meals C. homes D. fears
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These people have no institutions, no meetings for counsels, rather they make their habitations in caverns hollowed among the peaks of the high mountains. By chunking the word hab-itat-ion, we find it means: HOMES.
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Which of the following would be an argument supporting the statement below? Private businesses are more efficient than public agencies. A. Public agencies are always concerned with the bottom line, which distracts them from ensuring efficiency. B. Private firms often grant budget increases when programs are inefficient, while public agencies do not. C. The political realm creates incentives for agencies to be cost effective, such as bonuses and job security. D. The market ...
Weegy: B. Private firms often grant budget increases when programs are inefficient, while public agencies do not. User: Government failure can happen when politicians don't objectively weigh all the ___________ of various programs. Because politicians want voter support, they often favor programs with ____________, sometimes despite the cost. A. opportunity costs / clear-cut benefits B. costs and benefits / immediate benefits C. options / low voter support D. choices / high costs Weegy: B.costs and benefits / immediate benefits User: Which of the following would be considered an accurate statement regarding regulation in government? A. Regulation is usually a bad function of government; in fact, many economists blame years of bank regulation as a cause of the 2008 recession. B. Government regulation, although in many cases an important political function, is at times criticized for causing government failure. C. Government deregulation often reduces competition within the marketplace. D. Deregulation of the drug industry led to a decrease in the amount of new drugs introduced each year. Weegy: A. Regulation is usually a bad function of government; in fact, many economists blame years of bank regulation as a cause of the 2008 recession. User: What is the following scenario an example of? Tom often calls 911 from the drive-through lane of a fast food restaurant if his order comes out wrong. A. public choice theory B. utility theory C. moral hazard D. law of diminishing marginal utility Weegy: C. moral hazard User: Which of the following would be considered an example of logrolling? A. lobbyists securing spending policies that benefit their causes at the expense of taxpayers B. politicians trading favors that do not benefit the mass populace of voters C. when overregulation prevents the introduction of new drugs that could help critically ill patients D. when economically ... (More)
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The term Inflation means: a general increase in prices.

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