1. Which of the following BEST describes the action of a single-issue group?

A. a home owners' association staging a protest against new power line construction***?
B. Major League Baseball lobbying Congress for changes to cable TV laws
C. the Democratic Party fielding candidates in an election
D. the National Rifle Association lobbying against gun restrictions

2. Which of the following BEST describes an observable trend in the political participation of young people in the United States?

A. Young people are the most likely demographic to vote.
B. Young people are the least likely to support unorthodox candidates.
C. Young people vote at the same rates as other age groups.
D. Young people are more likely to identify with the Democratic Party.***?

3. The role of a party platform is to

A. concisely list its policy goals.***?
B. convince members of the opposing party.
C. present past accomplishments to the party base at elections.
D. attract third-party candidates to weaken the opposition.

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