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Question 1: For example, the label for the ________ political movement in 17th century England was applied to them by their antagonists, as a term of disparagement.
LevellersNew Model ArmyJohn LilburneOliver Cromwell

Question 2: Many have aimed to establish or broaden the rights of subordinate groups, such as abolitionism, the women's suffrage movement, the ________, feminism, men's rights movement, gay rights movement, the Disability rights movement, or the inclusive human rights movement.
Rosa ParksAfrican-American Civil Rights Movement (1955–1968)Civil rights movementMartin Luther King, Jr.

Question 3: Some have represented class interests, such as the Labour movement, Socialism, and ________, others have expressed national aspirations, such as anticolonialist movements, Ratana, Zionism, and Sinn Féin.
CommunismCommunist stateMarxismFourth International

Question 4: Political movements can also involve struggles to decentralize or centralize state control, as in ________, Fascism, and Nazism.
Individualist anarchismNoam ChomskyAnarchismHenry David Thoreau

Question 5: Some have aimed to change government policy, such as the the anti-war movement, the Ecology movement, and the ________.
The Yes MenAnti-consumerismAnti-corporate activismAnti-globalization movement

Question 6: A political movement may be organized around a single issue or set of issues, or around a set of shared concerns of a ________.
SociologySocial stratificationCommunitySocial group

Question 7: This has been termed a ________ and debate continues over whether it has manifested or is still a latent potential.
CosmopolitanismGlobalizationGlobal citizens movementGlobal governance

Question 8: A political movement is a social movement in the area of ________.
PoliticsIdeologyPolitical philosophyPolitical party

Question 9: In contrast with a ________, a political movement is not organized to elect members of the movement to government office; instead, a political movement aims to convince citizens and/or government officers to take action on the issues and concerns which are the focus of the movement.
IdeologyParliamentary systemPoliticsPolitical party







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