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If you want to pass this class, use these notes. Period. I for sure will!
Thorough notes of political science covering all of the material from the lecture.
Here are the first notes of the semester for POLS 1337 with Sharon Davis
Study guide for pols 1337 (books + in class content)
NOTES WEEK 5 Monday GIMMY - Why is unconstitutional
NOTES WEEK 6 GIMMY *An issue before the Supreme Court changing how districting and redistricting is done…? How districting and redistricting LINES are drawn (party affiliation very influential *What issue is the Supreme Court deciding that might end gridlock in Washington? nd * 2 Amendment "A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep an
Covers Ch 23, 13-15!
These notes are over what paper 3 should be about/look like
These notes cover the second lecture from Pols 1337. They include the class notes along with what the professor has said in class in a clear and easy to ready format.
These notes cover the third lecture from Professor Contractor over the Conflict of 1786 and Federalist #10. Good material to study for the quiz on Thursday 2/4.
These notes cover what was discussed during the first full week
These notes cover Professor Contractor's lecture over congress
These notes cover the legislative system
Introduction, summary of the syllabus and introductory lecture.
These notes are over the Constitution, Deceleration of Independence, the Articles of Confederation, and the Constitution
Will be in next exam
week 1-4 notes
concepts and exam material
MIDTERM REVIEW JEFFREY BRYAN
learning objectives, roles of branches, review of exam 1 material
Notes in class and review
These notes are created from a study guide sent out from the professor!
Review sheet with my own extra notes
These notes will cover Tx. Courts, Domestic and Economic Policy, as well as Trump's appointees (Extra Credit)
These notes will help you zoom through the online assignment due Feb.3rd. It is a brief and easy to remember analysis of everything you should know so far.
There are the first week of notes.
Here is the notes from week 2
Chapter 6 1.What Is a Constitution? Constitutions may be written or unwritten. A written constitution presents the fundamental principles of a government, establishes the basic structures of the gov
1.The Origins of Congress The Constitution's framers intended Congress to be the strongest and most important branch of the federal government, a body both representative and deliberative. They struct
These notes not only give you the key terms we will cover this week in class, but it also gives you the answers to the learnsmarts due by 2/24/2017.
Here is some topics to focus on for the final
1.Presidential Elections Campaigns are the primary mechanism by which candidates for the presidency outline their priorities and their positions on issues. It is during campaigns that the people forge
These Study Guide Notes are more precise than the power points and will help you cover a lot more ground. Come take a look at these notes and get the jump on the upcoming review while picking up on what the professor might not have time to cover.
These are the notes that will help you complete the online assignment due this Friday if you're feeling a little behind.
Covers Chapter 6 - 12 on the study guide
1.Bureaucrats and Bureaucracy Traditionally, bureaucrats are defined as employees in the executive branch of government who are hired to deliver public services. Today, however, many private-sector em
1.What Do Courts Do? The primary responsibility of courts is to resolve legal disputes over the facts of a case and the proper interpretation and application of law. Through the common-law doctrine of
1.The Meaning of Equality Under the Law The Fourteenth Amendment guarantees all people equal protection of the laws. However, courts use one of three tests—ordinary scrutiny, heightened scrutiny, or s
Covers Chapters 2, 1, 3, 4, 15, and 13
As we have seen, one of the real strengths of the American federal system is its flexibility and ability to change with the times. This is obvious if you examine the national Constitution and observe h
Thomas R. Dye comes to three conclusions on state legislatures, all of which could be said to apply to the Texas legislature.74 First, Dye observes that State legislatures reflect socioeconomic condit
The powerpoint for the notes that is covered until exam 1