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These notes cover civil liberties
Exam 1 Study Guide
The notes on Ch1 slides from Aug 14th and 16th
These notes cover Ch. 1
These notes are from class, break out sessions, and the book.
Covers Chapter 2 of the textbook and based off his second week of lecturing. This will be on the next exam.
These notes cover what will be on the next exam
Covers the founding era and federalism. Has key terms and references to the textbook.
Notes from in class, breakout sessions, and the book
Chapter 1-5 Study Guide
These notes cover the first week in American Government Class (POLS 1101)
These notes are over week 2 of American Government going towards the midterm in October.
Week 3 notes for test 1. These notes cover New federalism, civil liberties, civil rights, free exercise clause, 1st and 2nd amendments, civil rights, and discrimination.
Set 4 of notes going towards the midterm
These notes are part 5 going into the midterm in october. The cover image for this document is incorrect. The material covers different subjects.
These notes cover part six of what will be on the midterm on October 5th.
Class/ Breakout session notes and book notes for chapters 6 and 7
This is the study guide for the midterm of POLS 1101 on October 5th. The study guide is based on my notes framed to the guideline of topics she gave us to study.
These notes cover material on the final. There aren't as many notes as usual because the midterm took place on Thursday, October 5th. The midterm took place instead of lecture.
Notes based off the study guides for Midterm #2 (chapters 6-9)
These notes cover what is going to show up on our next exam
These notes are a part of the final exam.
Chapter 10-11 in class and breakout notes
Class and Breakout session notes
Study Guide for Midterm 3
These notes go towards the final exam.
Lecture and breakout notes for chapters 12-13
These notes consists of the Constitution, the Articles of Confederation, the issues of slavery, etc.
These notes are a part of the notes going towards the final.
lecture and breakout notes
These notes apply towards the final exam.
This is the final study guide for POLS 1101. The only topics on this final is the material learned after the midterm including domestic policy, foreign policy, federal courts, and congress. There is one exception as well. The topic of interest groups will be on the final as well.
class and breakout notes
This a brief outline of things to study for the final in POLS 1101!
Lecture notes covered in week 2
These notes cover the first chapter of the lecture and the textbook: The logic of American Politics.
Lecture notes from week three
These notes cover The Constitution, Articles of Confederation and Federalists/Anti-Federalists
These notes cover topics over Logic, The Constitution, and Federalism.
These notes cover the lecture, the textbook and the key terms for Congress.
These notes cover the Presidency.
These notes cover the Judiciary branch.
These notes cover practice questions that cover Congress, Presidency, and Judiciary.
These notes cover everything about elections and campaigns.
These notes cover the topic of public opinion as it correlates to political parties and voting.
These notes cover the party systems and the political parties unit.
This study guide covers public opinion, election & campaigns, and political parties.