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    D) Pack journalism is more likely to occur. (E) The president is usually covered the most. 146. The news media select what stories to cover and give the most press to (A) stories that detail important public policy (B) stories that explain politicians’ positions on issues (C) stories that demonstrate the efforts being made by politicians on legislation (D) stories that are controversial and negative (E) stories that detail the impact of legislation and presidential activity 147. The inherent tension between politicians and reporters is because (A) each side would exploit the other if possible (B) politicians feel journalists are out to get them (C) journalists feel that politicians are the only true source of news (D) it is a necessary partnership for both (E) the public is wary of both of them 148.

    According to James Madison, the republican form of government addresses the tyranny of the majority through (A) regionalization (B) factionalization (C) pluralism (D) limited government (E) democratization PART 2 Political Beliefs and Behaviors CHAPTER 5 Beliefs That Citizens Hold About Their Government and Its Leaders 51. Public opinion on foreign policy is usually particularly responsive to opinion leadership because (A) few people pay sustained attention to foreign affairs (B) except in times of direct threat, citizens leave foreign affairs to government experts (C) there are well-established foreign policy think tanks (D) the news media cover government action sufficiently (E) foreign policy is highly consistent 52.

    Special interests that rely on dues and individual contributions for financial support prefer when political opposition to their cause is in power because (A) membership and money increase (B) they can make a better argument for their cause (C) more media attention is given to the issue (D) they are the underdogs against political power (E) it is easier to create a strategy to promote issues 132. Technological advancements have allowed interest groups to proliferate because (A) they can reach and maintain more members (B) it is easier for members to remain connected without sacrificing too much time (C) they can contact elected officials easier (D) there are more issues than ever before (E) more voters are concerned about more issues than ever before 133.

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