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32. A. The Virginia Plan provided for a strong central government with three branches. The New Jersey Plan (B) called for a weak national government with three separate branches. The Connecticut Compromise (not a proposed plan) created a strong national government with three separate branches (C). There was no Philadelphia Plan (D), and the Hamilton Plan (E) favored a monarch. 33. A. An iron triangle is an alliance that develops between bureaucratic agencies, interest groups, and congressional committees or subcommittees in pursuit of a common goal.
A. The Constitution requires that a state’s representation in the House of Representatives be based on the population of the state. 41. B. According to the Constitution, if the electoral college fails to choose a president, the House of Representatives is charged with choosing the president. 42. E. Approving appointments and treaties are executive powers of the Senate because they are used in conjunction with a power of the president. Reviewing presidential vetoes (A) and proposing constitutional amendments (D) are two of the Senate’s legislative powers.
C. Voting in presidential elections is the method of participation used by the largest number of Americans. Most Americans do not vote in local elections (A) or work for a political party (E). Choice B refers to knowledge rather than participation, while Choice D involves a lack of political participation. 14. A. The number of representatives apportioned to each state depends on the findings of the most recent census. The members of the House of Representatives are elected every two years, preventing a continuous body as in the Senate (B).