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Chapter 1-Constitutional Democracy

Chapter 1-Constitutional Democracy - AP US Government...

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AP US Government & Politics Chapter 1-- Constitutional Democracy Chapter 1--Terms you need to know and understand: democracy direct democracy representative democracy constitutional democracy constitutionalism statism majority plurality social capital ideology theocracy Articles of Confederation Annapolis ConventionConstitutional Convention Shay's Rebellion Bicameralism Virginia Plan New Jersey Plan Connecticut Compromise three-fifths compromise Federalists Antifederalists The Federalist Chapter 1--Concepts you need to understand: 1. direct democracy representative democracy What are the pros and cons of each? 2. Define and explain popular consent, respect for the individual, equality of opportunity, personal liberty; how democratic values may conflict with one another. 3. Analyze interrelated political processes that comprise democracy. Free and frequent elections Majority/Plurality rule Free Expression Rt. of Assembly/Protest 4. Identify the interdependent political structures that make up the American system of democracy.
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