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Which of the following is an example of indirect lobbying? A. testifying before Congress B. writing speeches and legislation C. grass-roots-led phone calls and e-mail D. contacting White House officials
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Grass-roots-led phone calls and e-mail is an example of indirect lobbying.
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Who is the leader of the House of Representatives? A. the Speaker of the House B. the Vice President C. the secretary of state D. the president of the House
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The Speaker of the House is the leader of the House of Representatives.

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Who is the leader of the House of Representatives?
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The leader of the House of Representatives is the Speaker of the House.
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Which term describes a President’s need to keep information private? A. executive privilege B. civil rights C. presidential view D. oath of office
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Executive privilege describes a President's need to keep information private.
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A mixed economy has more _____ than a free market system does. A. economic freedom B. government involvement C. goods and services D. traditional elements
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A mixed economy has more economic freedom than a free market system does.
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A mixed economy has more government involvement than a free market system does.
Free market is based on supply and demand with little or no government control.
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