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Notes 14:18 Boumadiene v Bush Detainee case, “suspension clause” is not waived Declared part of something unconstitutional Supreme Court was reasserting its authority as final arbiter of constitution.  Even in aftermath of 9/11, can’t make rules to govern policies, act within  parameters of law Study more. . Political Thought Federalist Papers the only theoretical statements and theories of American  political theory Federalist ideas were contributed to Hamilton Republican side contributed to Jefferson Jefferson v Hamilton, can explain current political ideaologies with these basic  lines Populist Model of Democracy       “Dahl (READ)” Political equality Majority rule Popular sovereignty  Didn’t set up constitution exactly like this because they were afraid of majority  tyranny, needed a complicated model with checks and balances to prevent  tyranny and have a limited government Hamiltonian View (Federalists)
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Emerging political party by late 1790s  Believed establishment of rigorous federal gov’t to use authority to help  economic development Economic development more important than liberty
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