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Which of the following is not a tactic used by states to restrict or deny minority voter s rights? a. literacy tests c. refusing to accept minority votes b. poll tax d. gerrymandering
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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 government
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Political Action Committees (PACS) donate money to campaigns and they are associated with: POLITICAL PARTIES.
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All of the following improved voting rights in the 1960s EXCEPT:
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All of the following improved voting rights in the 1960s EXCEPT:
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The power of government to make or create laws is called its _________ power a. legislative c. judicial b. executive d. reserved
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The power of government to make or create laws is called its legislative power.
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