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Chapter Quiz 1

  1. President Eisenhower's warning about the military-industrial complex in his Farewell Speech indicated his concern about
      a. the pluralist model of decision making.
      b. the majoritarian model of decision making.
      c. the elite model of decision making.
      d. the policy implementation process.
  2. The Morrill Act is best known for
      a. ending the practice of school segregation.
      b. establishing No Child Left Behind.
      c. requiring all new territorial towns to include public schools.
      d. creating the foundation for state land grant colleges.
  3. Those who follow the economic policy views of Milton Friedman are known as
      a. federalists.
      b. globalists.
      c. monetarists.
      d. Keynesians.
  4. The interest rates charged by American commercial banks are primarily determined by the policies of the
      a. comptroller general of the United States.
      b. U.S. Treasury.
      c. Federal Reserve Board.
      d. Office of Financial Services Regulation.
  5. Government policies that obligate the United States to provide funds or services to those who meet eligibility requirements are called _____ programs.
      a. deficit
      b. entitlement
      c. fiscal policy
      d. monetary policy
  6. The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 is an example of a(n) _____ regulation.
      a. environmental
      b. economic
      c. social
      d. health care
  7. The agency that deals with issues related to the telecommunications industry is the
      a. FCC
      b. FDA
      c. TSA
      d. FTC
  8. The food stamps (or SNAP) program is an example of
      a. work assistance.
      b. categorical assistance.
      c. general assistance.
      d. social insurance.
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