A device by which the voters choose directly through their ballots whether a particular proposal will become law is called:

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PS 2000 Introduction to Political Science Unit 5 Assessment Answers

 

  1. A device by which the voters choose directly through their ballots whether a particular proposal will become law is called:
  2. Which of the following terms is a personal identification with a political party?
  3. Which of the following countries does NOT follow the federal governmental model?
  4. This doctrine holds that states' constitutions should be designed fairly, not to give undue advantage to any particular group, and that the government should then be faithful to that constitution.
  5. All the following are considered types of party systems EXCEPT:
  6. Briefly explain the difference between a unitary state and a federal state.
  7. Individuals who are frequent voters share common characteristics, regardless of the nation in which they may reside. Identify and describe at least three of these common characteristics. Explain why each characteristic is influential in motivating a person to vote.
  8. Explain the four functions of political parties and provide examples of each. Which function do you believe to be most important, and why?.