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Week 6 Notes

by: Leslie Castillo

Week 6 Notes POLS 150

Leslie Castillo
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Democracy in America
Katherine Paton

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Democracy in America
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Date Created: 10/05/15
POLS 150 9302015 Notes 0 Publius says that many different interests exist and that we can divide them between rich and poor 0 It ends up splitting into two parties eventually Interests in SocietV 0 The perception of daily American life is different when someone is rich or poor 0 Each side says that laws benefit the other side 0 Tensions between the poor and the rich 0 At the end of the day Tocqueville says it boils down to rich aristocrats and poor democratic want equality Tocqueville on Parties 0 Great Parties VS Small Parties 0 Commentary on Federalist vs Democratic Republicans 0 North VS South 0 Aristocratic tendencies VS democratic tendencies 0 Says we can get all different people in one country under one law Interests in SocietV Some examples are 0 Rich 0 Teachers 0 Poor 0 Small towns in Midwest 0 Students 0 Pro Choice 0 Farmers 0 Environmentalists 0 Hipsters Tocqueville is concerned of majority 0 Extending the sphere the more interest the less tyranny diversifies the two sections of rich and poor 0 Says that the state should have more power the electoral college serves no purpose and should be abolished Federalism Old and New 0 Federalism is the balance of power 0 Federal government 0 State various 0 Local various 0 Article 1 Sec8 O The Congress shall have powers to make all laws O 0 this clause allows people to do the most necessary and proper to the federal government as long as it s constitutional it is bad because they could do whatever they want to keep the union together such as kill off all parents because they deemed it necessary and proper 0 Article 1 Sec 9 O O O O The migration or importation of such persons Slavery The government can impose a tax on the people you bring Why To discourage it 0 Article 1 Sec 10 O O O O No state shall enter states cannot do any of this the state power is limited antifederalists are bummed because their power is taken from them Vices od the Political System of the United States wants to make sure that the Union is safe you want to buy stuff inside the US because it generates more


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