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The GED Practice Test - Language Arts Reading - Non Fiction has been designed to test one of the elements of Language Arts Reading, mainly in understanding non-fiction passages. The aim is to test the clarity in thought and ideas of the test taker, which entails reading the passage provided and answering the questions to:
-determine the main idea of the passage
-infer an idea from the passage
-answer a factual question
-draw a conclusion
 This Question is based on the following passage:

1. What is the main idea of this passage?
a.The eligibility of voters
b.The declining rate of voters participation in the electoral process
c.The voters preferences and choice
d.None of the Above
 This Question is based on the following passage:

2. What conclusions can be drawn from the passage above regarding the US electoral politics?
a.The use of money and muscle power to win elections
b.To make provocative speeches against candidates and to use it as a ploy in election campaigns
c.The rising power of the media to shape public perceptions of candidates
d.None of the Above
 This Question is based on the following passage:

3. What does the sentence "Government exists to serve the people, because it derives its power from the people", imply?
a.Repressive Dictatorship
b.Anarchist Communism
c.Popular sovereignty
d.None of the Above
 This Question is based on the following passage:

4. America is the best example of:
a.Representative Parliamentary Democracy
b.Presidential Democracy
c.Direct Democracy
d.None of the Above
 This Question is based on the following passage:

5. The above passage conveys the message that US democracy most likely supports:
a.Anarchism
b.Federalism
c.Marxism
d.None of the Above
 This Question is based on the following passage:

6. Which of the following conclusions can you draw from the information contained in the passage?
a.State controls all the means of production
b.Means of production are owned by the workers
c.Business houses control all the means of production
d.None of the Above
 This Question is based on the following passage:

7. Which of the following is an example of Democratic Socialism in US?
a.Decentralization of insurance sector
b.Abolition of Corporate tax
c.Community health centers
d.None of the Above
 This Question is based on the following passage:

8. Socialism is primarily based upon:
a.Cooperation
b.Deception
c.Competition
d.None of the Above
 This Question is based on the following passage:

9. The United States government is ________ in nature.
a.Parliamentary
b.Socialist
c.Presidential
d.Dictatorial
 This Question is based on the following passage:

10. One can reasonably infer from the passage that:
a.US President cannot be removed from office
b.US President is supreme commander-in-chief of armed forces
c.President cannot dissolve both House of Lords and House of Representatives
d.Voter must reside in the United States of America
 This Question is based on the following passage:

11. One of the main ideas of the passage is:
a.Promotion of economic and social development
b.United States is the main contributor of ordinary budget of United Nations
c.Prevention of war is the sole aim of United Nations
d.United Nations is against globalization and free trade practices  
 This Question is based on the following passage:

12. Which of the following statements can you infer from the passage?
a.It is the responsibility of the citizens to respect democratic principles of the country
b.The most important responsibility of a citizen is to participate in the political process of the country
c.Citizens can get their problems resolved by respecting the rights of other fellow citizens
d.None of the Above
 This Question is based on the following passage:

13. What does the word larger community imply in the sentence "Proponents of participatory democracy argue that increased citizen participation in community and workplace decision-making is important if people are to recognize their roles and responsibilities as citizens within the larger community,".
a.The city in which an individual live
b.A state to which an individual belong
c.A country in which an individual resides
d.The global community comprising various nationalities
 This Question is based on the following passage:

14. When the Senate and the House approve a bill, they send it to the _________ for approval.
a.President.
b.Speaker
c.Vice President
d.None of the Above
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15. The bill is initially introduced in the:
a.Senate
b.House of Representatives
c.Both a and b
d.None of the Above
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