Study Guide for EXAM 1 POL 261 F08

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Greetings. This is your study guide for EXAM 1 For Thursday, 10/2. You need to be familiar with all that is listed and understand how to apply them to situations presented to you. If it is here, it will be on the exam—by the same token… if it is not here…. Get a study partner and work together. DO NOT wait until the night before to cram – that would be a bad plan. Good Luck! Difference between equality of opportunity and outcome. What did we discuss concerning Hobbs? What about Locke? Political Ideology is… Capitalism is… The Daughters of Liberty did what to protest the British? Wrote the Declaration of Independence? If caught the signers would have been found guilty of what? In government, what is a Republic? Describe a confederation Marbury v Madison = __________ McCullough v Maryland = ___________ Articles of Federation failed because Describe Shay’s Rebellion Virginia Plan New Jersey Plan Great Compromise Republicanism Checks and Balances Block and Categorical Grants Article 1, Section 8 of the Constitution notes what?
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  • National Government Powers, constitution Duel Federalism, Great Compromise Republicanism, Rebellion Virginia Plan, Categorical Grants Article

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