POLS 1101 Exam 1 Study Guide
POLS 1101 Exam 1 Study Guide Pols 1101
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POLS 1101 Exam 1 Study Guide Week 1: o What is government? What are the institutions associated with government? o What is territoriality? o What is federalism? o Where does the government derive its’ legitimacy and what is it called? o What does “separation of powers” refer to? o Give examples of legitimate uses of force by the government. o What are the 2 ways government exert power over people? o What are negative/positive incentives? o The separation of powers involves a separation of the “power of the _______________” from the “power of _________________” o Explain free-riders and collective action problems. WEEK 2: o Explain ideology. o Know the generally accepted purposes of government. o Know the rejected purposes of government: theology, racial supremacy, and state socialism (communism). o What is market capitalism? o What are the 2 ways of American government o How do people exert control over the government? o Give characteristics of authoritarian governments o What freedoms are necessary for democracy? What are the advantages of democracy? o What is politics and why do we engage in it? o Know the difference between liberals and conservatives WEEK 3: o What war was the turning point in British-Colonial relations? o Britain began taxing the colonies despite the lack of _______________ in Parliament. o Why was the Declaration of Independence important? o What does America’s creed state? o After the Revolutionary war, what were the common features in all of the new state constitutions? o What is a confederacy? o What are the Articles of Confederation and why did they fail? o Why did the Annapolis and Philadelphia Conventions occur? What were the people trying to accomplish? o Explain the difference between the Virginia Plan and the New Jersey plan. o What did the Great Compromise do? o What are the 7 features in the final design of the constitution? o In what ways did the northern states accommodate the southern slave states? Why did they have to make these accommodations?
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