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CCP Midterm Review Game

Quiz by Robin Hager

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  • Q1
    The institution through which a society makes and enforces its public policies/laws
  • Q2
    theory that elected officials will serve the interests of the privileged in society
    Elite Theory of Democracy
  • Q3
    Various groups vie for government favor and political power, but none enjoys long term dominance
    Pluralism Theory
  • Q4
    Direct democracy is when decisions are made directly from the people, but in representative democracy, decisions are made by leaders elected by the people
    Direct Democracy vs. Representative Democracy (Republic)
  • Q5
    A King or Queen is the official head of state but power is limited by a constitution.
    Constitutional Monarchy
  • Q6
    Ruler with complete power over the government and the people
    Absolute Monarchy (Absolutism)
  • Q7
    A political system in which one person or party exercises absolute political control over the population.
    Totalitarianism (dictatorship)
  • Q8
    A government ruled by a few powerful people
  • Q9
    the document by the second Continental Congress (4 July 1776) asserting the independence of the colonies from Great Britain; written by Thomas Jefferson, in which he used Locke's theory on the Social Contract and Natural Rights.
    Declaration of Independence
  • Q10
    English philosopher who advocated the idea of a "social contract" in which government powers are derived from the consent of the governed and in which the government serves the people; also said people have natural rights to life, liberty and property.
    John Locke
  • Q11
    1st to theorize about nature of govt: believed that people are born selfish and need a strong central authority; advocated a social contract and absolute monarchy
    Thomas Hobbes
  • Q12
    British oppression (violations of liberty), unfair taxation, and the desire for self government
    Causes of the American Revolution
  • Q13
    British taxed colonies heavily for revenue to pay for the French and Indian War
    Causes of the American Revolution
  • Q14

    A Cause of the American Revolution

    "No taxation without representation"-colonists resented being taxed without having a representative in Parliament
  • Q15

    A Cause of the American Revolution

    Tax Acts including: Stamp Act, Sugar Act, and Tea Act angered colonists

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