War Powers Resolution: A law passed by Congress in 1973 that sets a time limit on the use of combat forces abroad by a President.

welfare state: A government like that of the United States that exercises responsibility for the welfare of its citizens in such areas as social security, housing, and education.

whips: Legislative leaders of each party who are responsible for rounding up party members for important votes.

whistle-blowers: Government employees who publicly expose evidence of official waste or corruption that they have learned about in the course of their duties.

winner-take-all primaries: Presidential primaries in which the victorious candidate could win all of a state�s convention delegates, no matter how slim the margin of victory.

   

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