Politics and Government

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How do independent regulatory agencies influence the U.S. government?

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How do independent regulatory agencies influence the U.S. government?
Asked in Politics and Government, US Presidents, US Constitution, Barack Obama

Does the President have too much power?

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Yes. The 'executive order' is a tool that is often misused to improperly take powers that do not belong to the Executive branch or the office of the President.
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When is it ok for citizens to rebel against their government?

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When the Citizens rights are encroached upon in a dramatic way.
Asked in History of the United States, Politics and Government, US Constitution

Why is it important that the federal government and the state governments have seperate as well as shared powers?

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Why is it important that the federal government and the state governments have seperate as well as shared powers?
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What political and social reforms did the National Assembly institute in the first stage of the French Revolution?

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The National Assembly began to draft a Constitution, placed churches under state control, sold church land, and ordered that church officials had to be elected.
Asked in Politics and Government, US Constitution, Business Law, NAACP

What national level policymaking institution does the NAACP target?

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Judicial branch and sometimes the Legislative branch. main target is the supreme court(judicial branch).
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What is the main goal of OPEC?

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To control the production of oil
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Who founded Solidarity?

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A group of shipyard workers just did it on apex
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What is another argument for keeping the US Electoral college system?

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The Electoral College in the US gives the electors from smaller states a little more power in presidential elections.
Asked in Politics and Government, Statutes of Limitations, International Government

What is the distinction between limited and unlimited government?

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The distinction between limited and unlimited government is that unlimited government has no power at all and limited government is a type of government that has limited power but only by law.
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What is the nature of public policy?

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The nature of Public Policys are: 1 Generality 2 Specific 3 Actuality 4 Uniformaty 5 Positiveness or Negativeness 6 Exclict or Implict 7 Environmental 8 System orientedness 9 Legality and Coereciveness 10 Purposiveness
Asked in Politics and Government, US Presidents, Elections and Voting

Who were the 7 black presidents?

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Barack Obama is the first, and only black president of the united states of America
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How do schools and local government try to solve problems for immigrants?

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how can schools and local governments stop problems immigrants can face
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What are the advantages of domestic trade?

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Domestic trade offers numerous advantages of international trade. There is no need to worry about tariffs or exchange rates. Shipping costs are lower, and it creates more domestic jobs.
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Programa at patakaran ni carlos p garcia?

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Pilipino muna Pagbibigay-dangal sa Pilipinas bilang malayang bayan pantay at sabay pagpapaunlad sa kabuhayang pambansa at marami pang iba
Asked by Gail Baumbach in US Governors, Politics and Government, Democratic Party

Who is Deval Patrick?

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Deval Patrick is an American politician, civil rights lawyer, and businessman who served as the governor of Massachusetts from 2007 to 2015. On Nov. 14, 2019, he announced his intention to run for president in 2020. Patrick, a Democrat, grew up in Chicago and graduated from Harvard Law School in 1982. He worked for the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund from 1983 to 1986, and later served as the assistant attorney general for the Civil Rights Division under President Bill Clinton. In business, Patrick has served as general counsel for Texaco and The Coca-Cola Company. In the mid 2000s, he was on the board of directors for ACC Capital Holdings, and he most recently served as managing director at Bain Capital. The New York Times characterized Patrick’s policy positions as "closer to the ideological center than the left."