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hich of the following is an example of a public-interest group? A. National Association of Manufacturers B. Change to Win Coalition C. Common Cause D. National Grange
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COMMON CAUSE is an example of a public-interest group.

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If no one person receives a majority of electoral votes for President, who chooses the President? A. the Senate B. the House of Representatives C. the Speaker of the House D. the secretary of state
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B. the House of Representatives.

Under the 12th Amendment, when nobody has a majority, the House of Representatives, voting by states and with the same quorum requirements as under the original procedure, chooses a President.
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According to the 12th Amendment, if no one person receives a majority of electoral votes for President, who decides the issue? A. Senate B. House of Representatives C. Speaker of the House D. secretary of state
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B. the House of Representatives.

Under the 12th Amendment, when nobody has a majority, the House of Representatives, voting by states and with the same quorum requirements as under the original procedure, chooses a President.
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Which term describes a President’s need to keep information private? A. executive privilege B. civil rights C. presidential view D. oath of office
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The answer is D. oath of office.
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Which term describes a President’s need to keep information private? A. executive privilege B. civil rights C. presidential view D. oath of office
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The answer is D. oath of office.

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