AP Government Review Session

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AP Government Review Session 19:42 Internet fundraising is a big part of this election   democrats are better at it Voting against a candidate is retrospective voting US v. Lopez   commerce clause has its limits Lemon v Kurtzman   gov’t can give money to religious organizations but it must  be for secular purposes, not excessive entanglement  Penumbra of the 4 th  amendment  9 th  amendment   the bill of rights is not all the rights, therefore there may be  rights that aren’t expressed in constitution  signing statements   I am signing this bill into law but not going to enforce it
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Practice short answers from test 1 19:42 1.  a. brown v. board of education   separate is inherently unequal b. civil rights act of 1964 c. African Americans   prejudice in the south and lack of education makes it  harder to protect rights
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This note was uploaded on 02/12/2009 for the course HIST 101 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '08 term at American Public University.

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