gerrymandering: The drawing of the lines of congressional districts, or of any other political district, in order to favor one political party over another.

government: The individuals, institutions, and processes that make the rules for society and possess the power to enforce them.

government corporations: Agencies that were at one time semiautonomous, but that through legislation have been placed under presidential control since 1945.

grants-in-aid: Federal aid to states and localities that is earmarked for specific purposes only. Also known as categorical grants

Gross National Product: The total national output of goods and services.

guaranteed annual income: A proposed alternate approach to welfare that would guarantee everyone a minimum income, making the existing welfare system unnecessary.

   

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