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Which statement does NOT describe one type of minor party? a. The members of a minor party are united by a particular group of viewpoints. b. A minor party is a party that has broken away from a major party. c. The members of a minor party tend to support the platform of a major party. d. A minor party expresses discontent over the state of the economy.
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"The members of a minor party tend to support the platform of a major party" does NOT describe one type of minor party.
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Which statement does NOT describe one type of minor party? a. The members of a minor party are united by a particular group of viewpoints. b. A minor party is a party that has broken away from a major party. c. The members of a minor party tend to support the platform of a major party. d. A minor party expresses discontent over the state of the economy.
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The members of a minor party tend to support the platform of a major party.- does NOT describe one type of minor party.
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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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The two-party system developed in the United States mainly because a. the Constitution established a democratic government. b. conflicts about the Constitution created opposing viewpoints. c. leaders and voters agreed on the existence of two parties. d. it was voted on and approved by both houses of Congress.
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The two-party system developed in the United States mainly because: Conflicts about the Constitution created opposing viewpoints.

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If you are a registered voter with the Democratic Party and you vote for a Republican for President and a Democrat for U.S. Senator you: a. have cast a split ticket ballot c. have cast a straight ticket ballot b. will lose your party membership d. will become a Republican
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If you are a registered voter with the Democratic Party and you vote for a Republican for President and a Democrat for U.S. Senator you: have cast a split ticket ballot.
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