Flashcards in 2nd Gov. Quiz Deck (53)
How does this work?
Ideological party has Lib and Con
Party has dem and Rep
Con connects to rep
Lib connects to dem
Most politicians, 90%
It's goal is 'Equality and individual rights'
-Regulated economy (favor trade policies)
Goal: 'Preserve heritage and culture'
-Laissez=fair economic approach (favor free trade policies)
-maintain society Norms
-Pro-business and industry
🌟Radical (far left)
-desire social change
-violent and extremists
🌟Reactionary (far right)
-strongly oppose to social change in society
-violent and militant
🌟Who would be in favor of...
Affirmative action type policies, personal freedom, no capital punishments, women's rights for abortion, welfare for all less fortunate, gay rights, protecting American interests politically, religious tolerance, CNN, big gov. regulating economy, legalization of marijuana
🌟Who would be in favor of...
Using traditional Christian heritage to seek guidance, rights for the unborn, pro guns, supporting only the 'truly' needy people, using the military to protect American intents, National rifle association, FOX news
🌟On the political spectrum, how is everything ordered from left to right?
Radical, liberal, dem, mod dem, moderate, mod rep, rep, conservative, reactionary
🌟Who would allow KKK to organize and march in a parade in a city?
Liberal, or conservative?
🌟Who would require all high school students to say the pledge?
Liberal or conservative?
🌟What would a 45 year old doctor with 2 children, and a thirty eight year old politician who supports tax cuts for the wealthy be?
Republicans or Democrats?
🌟What would a single 20 year old male, a Hispanic college student majoring in business, and a 20 year old female school teacher all be?
A democrat or a republican?
🌟what are Democrats like?
Donkey, minorities, younger, lower level income, pro-Union (worker), urban (city)
🌟 what are Republicans like?
Elephant, WASP (white Anglo Saxon Protestants), experienced and older, higher level income, pro-management (employed), suburban and rural.
🌟Whats the Green Party like?
Represent the liberal (left), very pro-environment, advocates for social justice
Right, economically , social-more moderate, small gov.-via tax cuts
Meeting of members of a political party for the purpose of choosing a candidate for an election
🌟Complications of an election
1. Primary's vs Caucuses
2. Who can vote
3. Who votes when
4. Votes that aren't votes
5. Super Delegates
Gives former slaves and non-white people the right to vote
Key words African American
Right to vote can not be restricted to gender
Key word women
Gives the district of Columbia electoral votes
Key word DC
Abolishes all forms of poll tax
Key word taxes
Right to vote goes to 18 year olds
Key word age
🌟How did the two party system begin?
It began with the federalist so and the anti-federalists
What are the 4 minor party's (third party's)?
The ideological party, the single issue party, the economic protest party, and the splinter party
🌟How do party's choose their candidates???
They select candidates and present them to voters and make them want to vote by informing and inspiring them
🌟 What are Political party's? What do they want?
Groups of people that want to control the gov. through winning elections and holding public office
Republic and democrats