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Joseph Qk : a. Congress increases government expenditures on goods and services, leading to an
increase in aggregate demand.
b. Congress increases the money supply, which lowers the interest rate, and leads to an
increase in aggregate demand.
c. the Federal Reserve increases government expenditures on goods and services,
leading to an increase in aggregate demand.
d. the Federal Reserve lowers the federal funds rate, which lowers the real interest rate,
and leads to an increase in aggregate demand.
e. Congress increases the budget deficit, which increases the money supply, which
increases aggregate supply.

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UCMatthew : zeitgiest...
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INTILIAGRAITS : buying a good home, Car, etc..
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UUVUV : hey guys im trying to get some help on my civics. I have studied the section and the assignment. im just looking to double check my answers before I turn it in. Thanks to anybody who helps with sincere answers! and please no haters! I have marked my answers with a "<" mark




1.
Political parties hold large fund-raising events. The money raised at these events goes into the party's state treasury fund, and is used to maintain a state's political headquarters.
(Points : 2)
True <
False





2.
FECA stands for The Federal Election Campaign Act
(Points : 2)
True<
False





3.
Through public financing, money is made available to candidates from the Presidential Election Campaign Fund in the U.S. Treasury.
(Points : 2)
True<
False





4.
By checking a box on their federal income tax forms, Americans can contribute $3 of their taxes to the election fund. This only slightly raises the amount of tax a person pays.
(Points : 2)
True<
False





5.
The U.S. Treasury distributes the fund's money to the candidates. To be eligible to receive this money, a candidate trying to win a party's nomination for president must first raise at least $5,000 from private contributions in each of at least
(Points : 2)

15 states.<


10 states.


25 states.


20 states.






6.
Minor-party candidates may qualify to receive public funds after the election if they win
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at least 5 percent of the vote during the election.


at least 19 percent of the vote during the election.<


at least 13 percent of the vote during the election.


at least 10 percent of the vote during the election.






7.
To receive public funds, however, candidates must agree to limit their spending in nomination campaigns.
(Points : 1)
True<
False





8.
After winning the nomination of their party, presidential candidates who accept public financing cannot accept private contributions.
(Points : 2)
True
False<





9.
All U.S. citizens become eligible to vote in national, state, and local elections at the age of
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21.


19.


18.<


20.






10.
Voting is the means through which citizens can most directly affect the actions of government
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True<
False





11.
Each _________ decides qualifications for registering to vote and voting in state elections.
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Precinct


Township


County


State<


City






12.
All states must follow the provisions about voting contained in their State's Constitution.
(Points : 1)
True <
False





13.
The U.S. Constitution forbids any state to deny a citizen the right to vote on the basis of race, color, or sex.
(Points : 2)
True<
False





14.
Many states disqualify certain people from voting.
(Points : 1)
True <
False





15.
Check all answers that answer the qyestion correctly:

Most states deny the right to vote to...
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mentally incompetent persons<


prison convicted of a serious crime<


election-law violators<


persons out of the country during elections


persons with established residence less than 6 months






16.
The primary election takes place first and is usually held in November.
(Points : 2)
True <
False





17.
The primary election is the election in which voters actually choose their leaders.
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True <
False
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Pete2011 : I'm not sure about all of them, but I know for a fact #4 is wrong.

Choosing to contribute $3 to the presidential election campaign fund does not affect your taxes /at all/.
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Milalautlenna : Hi, i havent been spending using my card within a week! and when i have, the balance went down! I've deposit cash and my balance went up but i have just noticed that my funds is still low, can anyone please explain?

thanks
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rebeconcannyE : Available funds is usually lower when there has been some transaction whereby the retailer has begun the transaction by putting a hold on your account for some amount (mostly just to make sure that amount exists and can be transferred to them), then it will literally be transferred once the item ships or a couple business days pass, depending on if this is a shipped item or in-store purchase.

The difference could also have to do with a check that is waiting to clear (maybe, but I'm not as sure about this).
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Loasiarog : After spending more, your available fund will of course be lower.
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