5 Steps to a 5 500 AP U.S. Government and Politics Questions by William Madden

By William Madden

Organized for simple reference and the most important perform, assurance of all of the crucial issues awarded as 500 AP-style questions with distinct solution explanations

5 Steps to a five: 500 AP U.S. govt and Politics inquiries to recognize via attempt Day is customized to fulfill your research needs―whether you’ve left it to the final minute to organize otherwise you were learning for months. you'll make the most of going over the questions written to parallel the subject, layout, and measure of trouble of the questions inside the AP examination, observed via solutions with complete reasons.

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B) States are forced to react to national government action or legislation. (C) States occasionally have to receive federal permission for activities. (D) Congress is the only legislative body that can increase its authority. (E) The national government is in charge of all taxation. 42. Under the federal system, which type of federal grant-in-aid gives states an exact amount to spend? (A) Special needs grants (B) Matching grants (C) Treasury grants (D) Block grants (E) Funding grants CHAPTER 4 Theories of Democratic Government 43.

Campaign money is regulated because of all of the following EXCEPT (A) Taxpayers partially finance presidential campaigns. (B) Candidates need to keep track of what their opponents are spending. (C) Money can undermine political equality. (D) Private financing leads to suspicion of politicians serving their donors. (E) Pursuit of money can discredit electoral victory. 87. Regarding campaign financing, the Federal Election Campaign Act (FECA) of 1971 (A) restricted public funding for all federal campaigns (B) allowed unlimited contribution amounts (C) required full reporting of contributions and expenditures (D) set deadlines for when candidates had to announce their intentions (E) All of the above 88.

98. The most important information shortcut voters use to make predictions about a candidate is his or her (A) voting record (B) personal experience (C) issue platform (D) endorsements (E) party label 99. Politicians pay close attention to group differences (such as race, gender, income) because (A) they help formulate positions (B) they determine coalition-building strategies (C) they are important in winning elections (D) All of the above (E) None of the above 100. Which of the following issues is important enough to create single-issue voters?

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