Test: AP US Government


Why could iron triangles be considered fundamentally detrimental to a democratic society?

The general welfare and common good are forsaken so as to advance narrow and specific interests.

It takes power away from the common people by negating the impact they are able to wield in senate elections.

Too much power is wielded by the Judicial Branch at the sake of the Legislative and Executive Branches.

It takes power away from the Judiciary and places too much power in the hands of the Legislative Branch.

It renders the impact of political accountability less substantial by ensuring that incumbents nearly always get reelected.

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