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When did the U.S. pass the National Environmental Policy Act? A. 2003 B. 1991 C. 1969 D. 1932
The U.S. passed the National Environmental Policy Act in 1969.
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The U.S. passed the National Environmental Policy Act in 1969.
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The NAACP, an interest group, used its legal prowess to have an earlier Supreme Court ruling in favor of “separate but equal” overturned. What was the landmark case? A. Plessy v. Ferguson B. Brown v. Board of Education C. Ohio v. Mapp D. Miranda v. Arizona
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A(n) ______________ is a private organization with members who hold common political beliefs and work to influence government officials, policies, and practices. A. political party B. convention C. political action committee D. interest group
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_____________________are private organizations that are created to raise and distribute campaign money to candidates for political office. A. Interest groups B. Political parties C. Campaign committees D. Political action committees
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Political Action Committees are private organizations that are created to raise and distribute campaign money to candidates for political office.
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Who said, “Counteract lobbying you don't like with lobbying you prefer instead”? A. John Marshall B. Theodore Roosevelt C. Abraham Lincoln D. James Madison
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James Madison is the one who said, "counteract lobbying you don't like with lobbying you prefer instead."
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