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22. In the United States, the - separately From Congress/is not dependent on Majority support

23. In the United States, separate- moredifficult For/government can fall resulting in early legislative Elections

24. In a parliament, can get Ministerial jobs/leaders could fail to Re-nominate disloyal

25. In the United States, congressional-  have less/party do not possibly lose

26. From the - would be temporary./for weaker

27. Roughly from - by popular vote/for stronger national govt., a national bank, public-private Enterprises, higher tariffs, & anti-immigrant policies.

28. From the Civil War - became dominated by one party./factions emerged within Each party.

29. During the Reform era, Progressives pushed for ____. primary elections

30. During the Reform era, Progressives pushed for ____. nonpartisan elections

31. During the Reform era, Progressives pushed for ____. strict voter registration

32. During the Reform era, Progressives pushed for ____. civil service reform

33. What was the specific Main issue or set of specific Issues that divided the two major parties BEFORE the realignment of 1860?

Positions on a national bank, public-private Enterprises, tariffs, & immigrants

34. What was the specific Main issue or set of specific Issues that divided the two major parties AFTER the realignment of 1860?

Stands on the extension of slavery to the West

35. What was the specific Main issue or set of specific Issues that divided the two major parties AFTER the realignment of 1896?

Economic policy stands (Ex: Rep. Favored: creditors, protective high tariffs, industry, urban interests & Dem. Favored: debtors, low tariffs, farmers, rural interests)  

36. What was the main issue or set of issues that Divided the two major parties AFTER the realignment of 1932?

Divisions on whether there should be more fed. Govt. Involvement in the economy

37. There is more ticket splitting using the office-bloc ballot.

38. In plurality systems- the most Votes, not necessarily a majority, in a voting district

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