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Question 1:
Where are the headquarters of Democratic Party (United States)?
1108 Campbell Ave, S.E., Roanoke, Virginia
Capitol Hill
2807 SE Stark
430 South Capitol Street SE, Washington, D.C., 20003

Question 2:
What ideology does Democratic Party (United States) subscribe to?

Question 3: America Votes and the ________ are liberal umbrella organizations that push for progressive causes.
Leadership Conference on Civil RightsJewish Labor CommitteeUNITE HEREUnited Association

Question 4: Immigration and ________ is deemed positive; liberals favor cultural pluralism, a system in which immigrants retain their native culture in addition to adopting their new culture.
BiodiversityCultural diversityAnthropologyHuman nature

Question 5: They have also sought to prevent reinstatement of the death penalty in those states which currently prohibit it, including Massachusetts and ________.
New JerseyNew YorkPennsylvaniaConnecticut

Question 6: [103] For the majority of the 20th century, ________ Democrats used the Statue of Liberty as their ballot emblem.
MissouriColoradoIllinoisArkansas

Question 7:
Who of the following was chairman of Democratic Party (United States)?
Tim Kaine
N/A
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Robert Kraft

Question 8: While the American ________ has lost much of its political strength with the decline of labor unions,[34] it remains a stronghold of the Democratic Party and continues as an essential part of the Democratic base.
Working classUpper classSocial classMiddle class

Question 9: Both the AFL-CIO and Change to Win have identified their top legislative priority for 2007 as passage of the ________.
Employee Free Choice Act111th United States CongressUnited States Senate110th United States Congress

Question 10: Agrarian Democrats demanding Free Silver overthrew the Bourbon Democrats in 1896 and nominated ________ for the presidency (a nomination repeated by Democrats in 1900 and 1908).
Martin Van BurenJohn C. CalhounWilliam Jennings BryanJames Buchanan
















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