Indicate which of the following are exact numbers: (a) the mass of a piece of paper, (b) the volume of a cup of coffee, (c) the number of inches in a mile, (d) the number of ounces in a pound, (e) the number of microseconds in a week, (f) the number of pages in this book.
Exam 2 Review Sheet Any of the material from the lectures and the book may be on the exam. As a consequence, the exam material is not limited to the items listed below. You should, however, pay particular attention to the items listed. Congress as the first branch of government Unicameral vs. bicameral legislatures Delegate vs. trustee representation The incumbency advantage Legislative redistricting Presidential vetoes Presidential military authority The Electoral College The legislative epoch Going public Constitutional authority to declare war Expressed powers Bureaucracy Oversight Rule making Administrative adjudication Clientele agency Monetary policy Fiscal policy Principal-agent problems in the bureaucracy Before-the-fact tools for influencing the bureaucracy Coalitional drift Bureaucratic drift Criminal law Civil law Trial court Appellate court Stare decisis Judicial review Senatorial courtesy Amicus curiae Writ of certiorari Judicial restraint vs. judicial activism