oligopoly: The concentration of economic power in the hands of a relatively few large companies.

ombudsman: An official complaint taker who tries to help citizens who have been wronged by the actions of government agencies.

open primary: A form of primary election in which any voter may participate and vote for a slate of candidates of one political party.

original jurisdiction: The right of the Supreme Court, under the Constitution, to hear certain kinds of cases directly, such as cases involving foreign diplomats.

out party: A major political party that functions as an opposition party because it does not control the Presidency

outputs: The binding decisions that a political system makes, whether in the form of laws, regulations, or judicial decisions.

   

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