Exam 2 Study Guide - PS 1010 - Exam 2 Study Guide 1. Lnder...

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PS 1010 - Exam 2 Study Guide 1. Länder – name for Germany’s states. There are 16, with 3 being city-states. There is much more power here and ensures a large degree of political decentralization. 2. Mixed Regime – a nation in which the various branches of gov’t represent social classes. 3. Labour Party – socialist and labor-oriented political party currently in power in Great Britain. 4. Conservative Party – conservative and business-oriented political party in Great Britain. 5. Cohabitation – in France, the uneasy toleration of a divided executive, between the Prime Minister and the President who are in different political parties. 6. Judicial Review – the power of a court to declare acts by the gov’t unconstitutional and hence void. 7. House of Lords – upper, less powerful legislative house in the British Parliament. 8. House of Commons – lower, more powerful legislative house in the British Parliament. 9.
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