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Which of the following is NOT a major function of either of the two major parties in the United States? a. To keep the general public informed about key issues. b. To monitor the conduct of its candidates in office. c. To assure the qualifications of candidates for office. d. To unite people and concentrate solely on one public policy matter.
Weegy: Which of the following is NOT a major function of either of the two major parties in the United States? d. To unite people and concentrate solely on one public policy matter. (More)
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Japan has a parliament of two houses, called the a. House of Commons. c. National Diet. b. House of Lords. d. Congress.
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Japan has a parliament of two houses, called the National Diet.
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What type of cases are heard by the Federal Court? a. civil cases involving trade c. civil and criminal cases involving federal law b. civil cases involving state law d. criminal cases involving state law
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c. Civil and criminal cases involving federal law are heard by the Federal Court.
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The government's judicial power allows it to _______ laws? a. enforce c. ignore b. make d. interpret
Weegy: The government's judicial power allows it to _______ laws? The answer is Enforce. (More)
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The government's judicial power allows it to INTERPRET laws.
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Which of the following theories describes the government in which an individual is given “by God” the right to rule? a. Force Theory c. Divine Theory b. Evolution Theory d. Social Contract Theory
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c. Divine Theory describes the government in which an individual is given “by God” the right to rule.
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