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  1. 1. The National Organization of Women (NOW) is a large feminist interest group. All of the following are reasons the feminist organizations exists EXCEPT: A) Solidary incentives (enrolling middle class women) Purposive incentives (take strong positions) Take on specific issues that benefit women To take on and change the government structure Ch. 9 (Interest Groups & Lobbyists) Reading Quiz # 11: 5 points • 2. Since the 1930’s the union movement and union membership has: A) Grown steadily B) Declined sharply C) Has shown no real change • The union movement did not begin until the 1970’s

  2. 3. A political cue is: A) is an amount needed for the interest group to maintain its funding B) is a signal telling the interest group that their funding may end C) is a signal telling the official or citizen what values are at stake in an issue D) is the amount of money needed to fund a political issue 4. There has been a steady increase in the number of PAC’s in the United States in the last 30 years. This was primarily caused by the passing of the: A) Campaign Finance Reform Law of 1973 B) PAC Reform Bill of 1973 C) the repeal of the Campaign Finance Reform Law of 1973 D) the repeal of the PAC Reform Bill of 1973

  3. 5. The Federal Regulation of Lobbying Act has done all the following EXCEPT: A) Classified lobbyist has people who spend at least 20% of their time lobbying • Classified lobbyist has people who spend over 50% of their time lobbying • Classified lobbyist has people who are paid at least $5,000 in an six month period to lobby • Classified lobbyist has corporations that spend more than $20,000 in an six month period on their own lobbying staff