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Government Public good The types of government Direct Democracy Political culture Implied Powers Articles of Confederation Virginia Plan New Jersey Plan Great Compromise 35 Compromise Bicameralism Judicial review Define Enumerated powers aka Express Powers Double Jeopardy Due process Concurrent power Reserve power Full Faith and Credit Clause Necessary and Proper Clause Supremacy Clause Interstate Commerce Clause Selective incorporation Civil liberty Civil right Answer What does it mean for a government to be a republic What are the 5 liberties guaranteed by the 1St Amendment What are the differences between a unitary confederal and federal government What was the name given to those who favored strong state governments during the debate over ratifying the Constitution What is new federalism and which president was its primary advocate What is the Articles of Confederation and what were the problems with it Exam 1 Study Guide POLS 1101 American Government The Bill of Rights know the 10 Amendments The lVlissouri Compromise Equal Protection Clause The 19th Amendment Af rmative Action De jure segregation De facto segregation The Emancipation Proclamation The Supremacy Clause Symbolic speech What is limited government and how do federalism republicanism the separation of powers and the system of checks and balances limit government activity that is how does the American political system seek to limit a tyranny of the majority Which were the Civil War aka the Reconstruction Amendments and what did they do Why did the civil war reconstruction amendments exclude women from the right to vote What is the Lemon Test What are the three prongs of the Lemon Test The US has gone through a few distinct periods of federalism What are they What are grants in aid How do they fit into the practice of coercive creative federalism What effect did the Great Depression have on federalism in the United States What are the different terms of office for Congress the Presidency and the Courts What was the significance of the Marbury v Madison decision Explain the process through which the US Constitution can be amended What are the limitations on free speech rights On the freedom of the press Describe the process by which Amendments are proposed and ratified What is the exclusionary rule What is eminent domain Where is the right to privacy found in the Constitution How did it apply in Roe v Wade What was the significance of the Plessy v Ferguson decision What was the significance of the Brown v Board decision How did the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting Rights Act of 1965 put a stop to Crow laws in the American South What are the Judicial Standards of Review for Civil Rights cases Explain the difference between equality of opportunity and equality of outcome What was the Equal Rights Amendment and why did it fail What is the significance of the Miranda v Arizona case What governing institution does Article I create Article 11 Article III
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