Test 2 Review_Spring 2008

Test 2 Review_Spring 2008 - POLS 110: Introduction to U.S....

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POLS 110: Introduction to U.S. Politics REVIEW SHEET: TEST #2 Test Date: Wednesday, March 5 th Chapter 4 (Lowi, Ginsberg, and Shepsle) What is the Bill of Rights? What is a civil liberty? What is the difference between a civil liberty and a civil right? What are substantive liberties and procedural liberties? When did Civil Rights first appear in the Constitution? What is the equal protection clause? What is the significance of the Baron v. Baltimore case? What is meant by selective incorporation? See box on page 72. What is the exclusionary rule? What case established it? What is the Miranda rule? What case established it? Where in the Constitution can you find the justification for a right of privacy? Which cases have been key in incorporating the right to privacy? What is the role of the Supreme Court (and the individual justices) in defining civil liberties? See page 76. What is the separate but equal rule? What case established it? What case struck it down? What is de jure segregation?
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This note was uploaded on 06/23/2008 for the course POLS 110 taught by Professor Joslyn during the Spring '08 term at Kansas.

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