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Though not mentioned in the U.S. Constitution, ______________ play a direct role in U.S. government through congressional discourse and establishing specific political platforms. A. individuals B. media C. political parties D. interest groups
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Though not mentioned in the U.S. Constitution, political parties play a direct role in U.S. government through congressional discourse and establishing specific political platforms.
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Based on the characteristics of a sovereign state, which of the following is considered a true state? Four Characteristics of a State population territory sovereignty government A. Texas B. Los Angeles C. France D. North America
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Based on the four characteristics of a state (population, territory, sovereignty and government), FRANCE is considered a true state.
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An idea about why something happened or how it works is known as a(an) A. agreement B. fact C. theory D. phenomenon User: Which of the following is not a concept of democracy? A. fundamental worth of every person B. divine right to rule C. individual freedom D. equality of all persons
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Divine right to rule is not a concept of democracy.
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An idea about why something happened or how it works is known as a theory.
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