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Psci 1201 - American Government
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Study Guide First Exam American Government PSCI 1201 001 Bond et al Chapter 1 Promise of Democracy Democracy Popular sovereignty Representative democracy Direct democracy Constitutionalism Equality under the law Social equality Economic equality Equality of opportunity Absolute majority Plurality Pluralism pluralistic Initiative Referendum and recall Interest group Political party Bond et al Chapter 2 American Constitution Bicameral Virginia Plan New Jersey Plan Connecticut Compromise Three fifths compromise Federalists Anti federalists The Federalist Papers Separation of powers Checks and balances Natural law Initiative Judicial review Articles of Confederation Constitution Enumerated powers Implied powers Inherent powers Madison dilemma Republican form of government Bond et al Chapter 3 Federalism Federalism Devolution Unitary system Implied powers Inherent powers Necessary and proper clause of the Constitution Commerce clause Federal mandate Concurrent powers Full faith and credit clause National supremacy Preemption Revenue sharing Block grants Categorical grants Crossover sanctions Dual federalism Cooperative federalism New federalism Grant in aid Police power Gerston Christensen Chapter 1 California s people Constitutions of 1849 and 1878 Big Four Gold rush Workingmen s party Southern Pacific Railroad Progressive Movement



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