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Semester Exam Written PortionBelow are five topics you need to review and refamiliarize yourself with. From the fivetopics given, you will be asked to answer a short answer written response forTWOof thetopics. Please note that youWILL NOTselect the two topics. You will be given them onthe day you complete the written version for our final exam. Each written responseexpected to have a thorough response with details and specifics on the topic, as well ascorrect spelling, grammar, punctuation etc.1.Three branches of government2.Liberals and Conservatives3.House and Senate4.One specific court case from Chapter 10 that you researched5.Political SocializationBelow are the days each period will be completing their written response. This willbe done on camera with Go Guardian like all of our other assessments.Periods 3 and 5 = Monday, December 7thPeriods 2 and 4 = Tuesday, December 8th1. Legislative, Executive, and Judicial. Legislative = proposes and confirms laws. Consists ofcongress which is the house and senate and can also declare war as well as confirmingpresidential heads for nomination. Executive = carries out and enforces laws. Consists of thepresident, cabinets, and other government agencies. Judicial = interprets laws. Consists of thesystem of federal courts and judges.2. Liberals: Left-wing and federalist. They want more regulation and more services like universalhealth care to be provided by the government. The government needs to provide more servicesand high-income earners need to pay more taxes. Abortion should be legal and opposed to gunrights. People look to the government to provide structure and laws are there to protect everyindividual. They believe in government regulation when people demonstrate a want to pursue

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Law, Supreme Court of the United States, United States House of Representatives, Party leaders of the United States Senate

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