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Chapter 4 Vocabulary

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  • Q1
    suspend, as in a session of congress, until the next session
  • Q2
    A legislature consisting of two parts, or houses
  • Q3
    lawmakers who vote based on their conscience and judgment, not the views of their constituents; believe that each question they face must be decided on its merits. They call issues as they see them, regardless of the views held by a majority of their constituents or by any of the other groups that seek to influence their decisions.
  • Q4
    members of Congress who cast votes based on the wishes of their constituents; see themselves as the agents of the people who elected them. They believe that they should discover what "the folks back home" think about an issue and vote that way. MOST LEGISLATORS ADHERE TO THIS MODEL
  • Q5
    lawmakers who attempt to balance the basic elements of the trustee, delegate, and partisan roles

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