CLEP US Government

Category - Political Culture

According to US political culture, each citizen’s having one vote is supposed to indicate:
  1. Equality of opportunity.
  2. Social equality.
  3. A republic.
  4. Political equality
  5. A theocracy.
Answer: D- In the United States in is generally believed that each citizen having only one vote provides political equality. Strictly speaking, this is not the case. The richest person in the country will have more political influence than will a normal citizen, even though they can both only cast one vote. But it would be nearly impossible to create actual political equality in a free society, so the US is generally satisfied with “one person, one vote” counting as political equality.
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