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__________is the process that determines how a society will be governed A. politics B. pluralism C. elitism D. socialism

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    I think its D

  • american government -

    Our society is governed pretty well -- and we do not have socialism.

    Please check your book again.

    Also -- make sure you know the meanings of all of these words.

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    ok, i will

  • american government -

    I know its A

  • american government -

    Right! Politics determines how a society is governed.

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    thanks

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    You're welcome.

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