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Fredrick Marvin MD
Virginia Commonwealth University
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John Aughenbaugh

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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Fredrick Marvin MD on Wednesday October 28, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to POLI 103 at Virginia Commonwealth University taught by John Aughenbaugh in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 21 views. For similar materials see /class/230634/poli-103-virginia-commonwealth-university in Political Science at Virginia Commonwealth University.

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Date Created: 10/28/15
Test 1 SI Marathon Session Notes Government The collection of public institutions in a nation that establish and enforce the rules by which the members of the nation must live Politics The way in which the institutions of government are organized to make laws rules policies and how those institutions are influenced Federation Loose association of states Full faith credit clause must uphold agreements with other states Oligarchy rule by small number Civil war amendments 13 14 15 McCulloch vs Maryland Necessary and proper clause Plessy vs Ferguson Separation but equal Strict scrutiny Legal standard set in Brown vs Board of Education for cases related to racial discrimination that tends to invalidate almost all state laws that segregate racial groups quotNarrowly tailoredquot to meet a quotcompelling state interestquot Civil liberties Born rights can t take away Civil rights Gained rights through race ethnicity etc equality Federalist papers were in favor of the constitution Majority rule the will of the people guide policy Social contractan agreement people make to form government Rousseau Power Make people do what they don t want force Legitimacy People give government authority and power Gibbons vs OgdenFederal government over rules local New York steamboat case supremacy doctrine Brown vs Board of Education School segregation to be unconstitutional Martin vs Hunter s Lessee States must follow federal court interpretation of federal constitution Unfunded mandate government tells what needs done but doesn t fund Article X Can t exclude women from education aid Articles of confederation Loose leaf of friendship


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