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POLI 172 MidTerm

by: Meghan Arsenault

POLI 172 MidTerm POLI 172

Meghan Arsenault
Bridgewater State University
GPA 3.6

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Intro to American Government
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This 3 page Study Guide was uploaded by Meghan Arsenault on Tuesday February 16, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to POLI 172 at Bridgewater State University taught by in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 33 views. For similar materials see Intro to American Government in Political Science at Bridgewater State University.

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Date Created: 02/16/16
Meghan Arsenault Into to American Government Midterm Study Guide Word Bank Tenth Popular Agents of Amendment Sovereignty Political Necessary and Confederal Socialization Proper Clause System Exit Polls Great Depression Cooperative Modern Sixteenth Federalism Liberalism Amendment Dual Federalism Political State’s Rights Full Faith and Socialization Credit Clause Push Polls Tea Party Movement Home Rule Straw Polls Democracy Nation-Centered Tracking Polls Direct Federalism Adversarial State-Centered Democracy Relationship Identity Politics Federalism Blog Indirect Supremacy Infotainment Democracy/Repu Clause Sound Bite blic Unfunded Spin Natural Rights Mandates Symbiotic Political Culture Unitary System Relationship Under News Chapters Being Covered 1. The American People 2. The Constitution 3. Federalism 4. Public Opinion 5. Media 6. Interest Groups 7. Political Parties 8. Elections 9. Money & Politics Waves of Development Timeline 1. Mechanization (1770-1830) 2. Railroadization (1820-1880) 3. Electrification (1970-1920) 4. Motorization (1910-1970) 5. Informational (1960-2020) 6. Neurotechnology (2010-2060) Important Milestones in Waves of Development  Civil War 1860’s  Industrial Revolution 1760-1880’s  Great Depression 1929  World War II and the Cold War 1941-1945  Civil Rights Era1960’s-1970’s  Backlash to Government Growth 1960’s-2000’s


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