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Period 3 AP Gov. Chapter 9 Free Response 1. Republicans supports individual rights such as women’s and African American rights. They now want to spend more and prevent abortion. Democrats support big business but now jobs ar being given to other countries rather than jobs in America. 2. The “spoiler” were outcasts in their original parties. “Splinter” broke off of one of the major parties because they didn’t represent their beliefs. “Single-issue party” form on the basis of an issue and only one issue. Their roles in a two party system allows even the smallest group of people in the major political to share their points of views without being patronized. Vocabulary 1.Divided government - One party controls the White House and another party controls one or both houses of Congress. 2. Economic-protest party – Political parties that thrive on the poor economic status. 3. Factional party 4. Ideological party

- A group with a distinct political interest. - A party that values principled stands on issues above all else.

5. Jacksonian Democrats- The political members who supported Jackson’s philosophy. 6. Minor party -Another political party other than the major parties Republican and Democrat. 7. Nomination convention - A convention every four years in which most of the major political parties decide who is going to run for president. 8. One-issue party

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A single party who campaigns on a single political idea or issue.

9. Plurality system

- An electoral system in which the winner is the person who gets the most votes, even if he or she does not receive a majority; used in almost all American elections.

10. Political machines - A party organization that recruits members by dispensing patronage. 11. Realignment

- A dramatic political system change.


12. Republicans

- A more Conservative political party.

13. Solidarity party

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14. Split ticket

- Voting for candidates of different parties for various offices in the same election.

An American political party in the state of Illinois.

15. Sponsored party - A local or state political party that is largely supported by another organization in the community. 16. Super delegates - Party leaders and elected officials who become delegates to the national convention without having to run in primaries or caucuses. 17. Third party-

A party other than the two major parties.

18. Two-party system - An electoral system with two dominant parties that compete in national elections. 19. Whigs congress.

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A political party during the Jackson era that supported the supremacy of

20. Winner-take-all system of the electoral delegates.

- The system in which the winner of the electoral college takes all

Page 3 Period 3 AP Gov. Chapter 9 Free Response 1. Republicans supports individual rights such as women’s and African American rights. They now want to spend more and prevent abortion. Democrats support big business but now jobs ar being given to other countries rather than jobs in America. 2. The “spoiler” were outcasts in their original parties. “Splinter” broke off of one of the major parties because they didn’t represent their beliefs. “Single-issue party” form on the basis of an issue and only one issue. Their roles in a two party system allows even the smallest group of people in the major political to share their points of views without being patronized.


Vocabulary 1.Divided government - One party controls the White House and another party controls one or both houses of Congress. 2. Economic-protest party – Political parties that thrive on the poor economic status. 3. Factional party 4. Ideological party

- A group with a distinct political interest. - A party that values principled stands on issues above all else.

5. Jacksonian Democrats- The political members who supported Jackson’s philosophy. 6. Minor party -Another political party other than the major parties Republican and Democrat. 7. Nomination convention - A convention every four years in which most of the major political parties decide who is going to run for president. 8. One-issue party

-

A single party who campaigns on a single political idea or issue.

9. Plurality system

- An electoral system in which the winner is the person who gets the most votes, even if he or she does not receive a majority; used in almost all American elections.

10. Political machines - A party organization that recruits members by dispensing patronage. 11. Realignment

- A dramatic political system change.

12. Republicans

- A more Conservative political party.

13. Solidarity party

-

14. Split ticket

- Voting for candidates of different parties for various offices in the same election.

An American political party in the state of Illinois.

15. Sponsored party - A local or state political party that is largely supported by another organization in the community. 16. Super delegates - Party leaders and elected officials who become delegates to the national convention without having to run in primaries or caucuses. 17. Third party-

A party other than the two major parties.

18. Two-party system - An electoral system with two dominant parties that compete in national elections.


19. Whigs congress.

-

A political party during the Jackson era that supported the supremacy of

20. Winner-take-all system of the electoral delegates.

- The system in which the winner of the electoral college takes all

Period 3 AP Gov. Chapter 9 Free Response 1. Republicans supports individual rights such as women’s and African American rights. They now want to spend more and prevent abortion. Democrats support big business but now jobs ar being given to other countries rather than jobs in America. 2. The “spoiler” were outcasts in their original parties. “Splinter” broke off of one of the major parties because they didn’t represent their beliefs. “Single-issue party” form on the basis of an issue and only one issue. Their roles in a two party system allows even the smallest group of people in the major political to share their points of views without being patronized. Vocabulary 1.Divided government - One party controls the White House and another party controls one or both houses of Congress. 2. Economic-protest party – Political parties that thrive on the poor economic status. 3. Factional party 4. Ideological party

- A group with a distinct political interest. - A party that values principled stands on issues above all else.

5. Jacksonian Democrats- The political members who supported Jackson’s philosophy. 6. Minor party -Another political party other than the major parties Republican and Democrat. 7. Nomination convention - A convention every four years in which most of the major political parties decide who is going to run for president. 8. One-issue party

-

A single party who campaigns on a single political idea or issue.


9. Plurality system

- An electoral system in which the winner is the person who gets the most votes, even if he or she does not receive a majority; used in almost all American elections.

10. Political machines - A party organization that recruits members by dispensing patronage. 11. Realignment

- A dramatic political system change.

12. Republicans

- A more Conservative political party.

13. Solidarity party

-

14. Split ticket

- Voting for candidates of different parties for various offices in the same election.

An American political party in the state of Illinois.

15. Sponsored party - A local or state political party that is largely supported by another organization in the community. 16. Super delegates - Party leaders and elected officials who become delegates to the national convention without having to run in primaries or caucuses. 17. Third party-

A party other than the two major parties.

18. Two-party system - An electoral system with two dominant parties that compete in national elections. 19. Whigs congress.

-

A political party during the Jackson era that supported the supremacy of

20. Winner-take-all system of the electoral delegates.

- The system in which the winner of the electoral college takes all


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