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How does it influence the economy?
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 Why did the United States develop social services later than other Western democracies?
 Who does Social Security mainly benefit? What is Medicare?
 What are entitlement programs (know examples)?
 What was the Great Society and who was it designed to help?
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 What is a characteristic that most of the people without health insurance share?
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 What is the primary role of the National Security Council?
 What is the primary role of the State Department?
 What is the primary role of the Foreign Service?
 What is the primary role of the Central Intelligence Agency?
 What are the different foreign and defense policy options?
 What is the primary role of the Defense Department?
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 What is Mutual Assured Destruction? What is Isolationism?
 Who is the commander in chief of the United States armed forces?
 Which branch of government is constitutionally allowed to declare war?
 What was the Cold War?
 Who appropriates money for the military?
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 What is hard/soft power?
 What issue is most closely tied to terrorism?
 Who gives consent to treaty ratification in the United States?
 What are the three major duties of an intelligence agency?
Political parties in the United States are supposed to support what type of approach to foreign policy?
During what year did the U.S., Israel, and Arab nations embrace the “Road Map to Peace”?
What are Weapons of Mass Destruction?