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  11.Modern national party conventions serve what end? a. They assemble delegates

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11.Modern national party conventions serve what end?

a. They assemble delegates who will be assessed for their future political potential.

b. They mobilize support for the nominee who has essentially already been selected.

c. They deliberate on the party’s choices for presidential and vice presidential nominees.

d. They hold elections to determine new party leaders.

12.A gradual shift in party coalitions that is based more on demographic shifts than on shocks to the political system is known as a __________ realignment.

a. secular

b. critical

c. party

d. piecemeal

13.What has become the most powerful predictor of how members of Congress vote?

a. economic circumstances

b. their campaign finances

c. how hot-button issues are being discussed in the media

d. party affiliation

14.Members of which of the following groups are most likely to prefer the Democratic Party?

a. Jews

b. Protestants

c. moderates

d. men

15.Which of the following was a prominent feature of the era called the “Golden Age” of political parties?

a. bipartisanship

b. candidate-centered politics

c. party realignment

d. political machines

 

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