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Question 11.The 'Title IX' amendment to the Civil Rights Act prohibits gender discrimination in education. It's best known for providing college sports opportunities for women. This is an example of:
Question 22.How much power does a social contract give the government?
Question 33.Which of the following is incorrect about sovereignty?
Question 44.In a _____, the leaders are elected by citizens who actively participate in the political process.
Question 55.Which type of government is ruled by a deity, whose representatives claim divine inspiration and interpret the laws found in the nation's holy texts?
Question 66.Which of these was about an issue rather than who should rule?
Question 77.What would life be like without a social contract?
Question 88.The concept of sovereignty applies to which of the following?
Question 99.Which of the following is a characteristic of a failed state?
Question 1010.Which of the following is NOT a feature of a sovereign nation state?
Question 1111.When power is distributed among a variety of states, this would be considered an example of:
Question 1212.What is the broadest term discussed in this lesson?
Question 1313.What factors helped create the first nation states?
Question 1414.Which refers to the concept of power, or military might, being evenly distributed among a variety of states, so that no single state is able to dominate the others?
Question 1515.What makes a nation state different from a Kingdom?
Question 1616.In the view of Talcott Parsons, Integration is to family as Adaptation is to
Question 1717.Under federalism, 'equality' means:
Question 1818.Under which political system do we find a reigning monarch alongside governance by elected representatives?
Question 1919.When did nation states first appear?
Question 2020.An arrangement in which numerous states commit to defend any one member state with a collective response, would be considered an example of:
Question 2121.Which definition summarizes the meaning of 'government'?
Question 2222.Which type of government is controlled by a group of wealthy, powerful aristocrats?
Question 2323.Federalism has two main values. They are:
Question 2424.Which political system is governed by elected officials?
Question 2525.What best defines a revolution?
Question 2626.In a _____, one leader, who is not elected and does not inherit his position, rules with absolute power, little restraint, and often violence.
Question 2727.One of the functions of the United States government listed in the preamble of the Constitution is _____.
Question 2828.Which of the following is true?
Question 2929.Which of these words describes the usual targets for a coup?
Question 3030.If one state or power structure exercises total power within an international system, this would be considered an example of:
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