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The process of representation through concensus building can best be characterized as
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User: During a hearing, executive branch officials are asked to?

User: Gerrymandering a district is to?

User: The process of representation through concensus building can best be characterized as

Weegy: The answer is political grandstanding.
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John C. Calhoun proposed the following mechanisms to assert states rights: (Points : 1) Secession from the union The right of the states to take up arms against the national government The right of states to tax the national government Nullification and/or interposition
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