Intro to American Politics
Intro to American Politics POL 1013
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Dr Gambitta s Quick Check Review for Exam POL 1013005 Exam I Study Guide Patterson Chapter 1 The American Heritage Seeking a More Perfect Union political culture pluralism democracy elitism maj oritarianism political system Patterson Chapter 2 Constitutional Democracy Promoting Liberty and Self Government limited government tyranny of the majority selfgovernment representative democracy natural rights constitutional democracy grants of power amp denials of power judicial review separation of powers amp checks and balances the bill of rights What were some of the problems experienced by the national government under the Articles of Confederation List the shared legislative executive and judicial powers Distinguish between a democracy and a republic Patterson s discussion of Madison s Federalist 10 Case Marbury v Madison Patterson Chapter 3 Federal Government Forging a Nation federalism dual federalism sovereignty cooperative federalism enumerated expressed powers versus implied powers commerce clause supremacy clause categorical versus block grants necessary and proper clause devolution reserved powers Understand the distinctions between a confederacy unitary system and a federal system Patterson s discussion of Madison s Federalist 10 Cases McCulloch v Maryland 1819 Dred Scott v Sanford 1857 Plessy v Ferguson 1896 page 6970 Heart of A tlanta Motel v U S 1964 lecture notes Patterson Chapter 4 Civil Liberties Protecting Individual Rights civil liberties procedural due process freedom of expression Amendments related to the Rights of the Accused clearandpresentdanger test exclusionary rule symbolic speech establishment clause First Amendment prior restraint free exercise clause First Amendment due process clause of the l4Lh Amendment amp selective incorporation libel