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Q: Membership in either of the two major parties is a. closely regulated by federal law. b. closely regulated by State law. c. based on economic status. d. based on
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User: Membership in either of the two major parties is a. closely regulated by federal law. b. closely regulated by State law. c. based on economic status. d. based on personal choice.

User: Congress and the State legislatures are often organized on party lines and conduct much of their business based on ____.

User: a group of people joined together on the basis of common principles, who seek to control government and public policy

User: court cases would be this branch

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In the 1960s these people gained the franchise. a. the eligible residents of the U.S. territory of Guam c. the eligible residents of Washington D.C. b. the eligible residents of the U.S. territory of Puerto Rico d. the eligible residents of the U.S. territory in the Virgin Islands User: The expansion of suffrage to African Americans took place in two stages, one that granted suffrage in ____ and one that accomplished suffrage in _____. a. the North/the ...
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In the 1960s these people gained the franchise, c. the eligible residents of Washington D.C.
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The expansion of suffrage to african americans took place in two stages, one that granted suffrage in THEORY and one that accomplished suffrage in FACT.
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