Exam 2 Review - Exam 2 Review POLS 1337 Section 13067 Fall...

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Exam 2 Review POLS 1337 Section 13067 Fall 2007 Note: 50 questions on the exam will be randomly drawn from 73 questions (73 hints provided below). Read the table below as follows: 11 questions on the US Congress will be randomly drawn from a total of 16 questions. The Topic No. of Questions Separation of Powers 4 of 6 US Congress 11 of 16 US President 8 of 13 Presidential Scandals 5 of 9 Federal Bureaucracy 8 of 10 US Courts 8 of 11 Videos 6 of 8 Separation of Powers : Why no military coups in America; which institution is most powerful constitutionally; which institution is the final arbiter of disputes in America; in broader rather than specific terms, what was dispute over FDR’s court-packing plan about; which institution was checked (i.e., power was restrained) in the disputes among institutions given in lecture; why the US Supreme Court has applied a stricter civil liberty protections in the War on Terrorism
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Congress Lecture : Example of committee on which a power-hungry congressperson would want to sit; name of most powerful person in US House; what your professor claims prevented the Democrats from winning even more seats in US House in 2006 than they actually won; why so many congressional leaders have been brought down (curse of power); why Congress will not consider invoking the War Powers Act to stop the Iraq War; factors that help incumbents win reelection at such high rates; issues that have prompted Congress to expand its power across American history beyond the enumerated powers; why it is risky for Bush to veto the
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This note was uploaded on 04/24/2008 for the course POLS us/texas p taught by Professor Mcfadden during the Fall '07 term at University of Houston.

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Exam 2 Review - Exam 2 Review POLS 1337 Section 13067 Fall...

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