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A government's legitimacy is based on its Answer willingness to use power. sense of responsiveness and honor. right to use power. disregard of external forces. view of the citizenry.
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The text suggestion that government is run by self-seeking politicians and dominated by special interest groups is Answer factual. an exaggeration. well documented. self-evident. rarely held.
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