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How has federalism impacted political parties? a. Federalism has had no positive or negative effects on political parties. c. Federalism has allowed political parties to have great
influence because there are about half a million elected officials within the United States. b. Federalism has made political parties obsolete. d. Federalism has had a negative effect on political parties because it has forced them to decrease in size.
The answer is b. Federalism has made political parties obsolete.
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User: Which political party favored a limited federal government and wanted a Bill of Rights in the Constitution? a. Whig Party c. Independent Party b. Anti-Federalists d. Federalists

User: How has federalism impacted political parties? a. Federalism has had no positive or negative effects on political parties. c. Federalism has allowed political parties to have great influence because there are about half a million elected officials within the United States. b. Federalism has made political parties obsolete. d. Federalism has had a negative effect on political parties because it has forced them to decrease in size.

Weegy: The answer is b. Federalism has made political parties obsolete.
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User: Political parties hold national conventions for a number of reasons but nominate candidates for only these positions. a. President & Congress c. Vice-President & Governor b. President & Governor d. President & Vice-President

Weegy: Political parties hold national conventions for a number of reasons but nominate candidates for only these positions : a. President & Congress. [ There is a series of primary elections held in the states, followed by a national convention for each party held at different places each time. The primaries commit a certain number of delegates to vote for the winner of their primary on the first ballot, but after that, they can vote however they wish. ]
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User: It can be argued that political parties are at their weakest a. when they cannot agree on who to nominate as their candidate. b. during the national convention. c. when their candidate is elected President. d. all of the above

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