AP Gov. Unit I Take-home

AP Gov. Unit I Take-home - TAKE-HOME ESSAYS THE AMERICAN...

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T AKE - HOME E SSAYS – T HE A MERICAN S YSTEM (A NSWER ONE QUESTION FROM EACH GROUP IN ¾ TO 1- PAGE ESSAYS ) Group 1 a. It has been said that the American Revolution was initially about liberty, not equality, although recent perceptions suggest equality is equally important, particularly in the political realm. Address two of the following: o Explain how liberty and equality are defined both politically and economically. o Defend or reject the notion that separate institutions sharing power have protected liberty and promoted equality, just as the Framers envisioned it would. b. Federalism is the relationship between the federal government and the states. While some elements of this relationship were made relatively clear in the Constitution—Articles IV (rules governing how states deal with one another) and VI (the supremacy clause)—others were not: o Analyze how each of the following examples helps to explain which level of government holds sway: McCulloch v. Maryland (1816)
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This note was uploaded on 12/14/2009 for the course GOVT 32 taught by Professor Lind during the Spring '09 term at École Normale Supérieure.

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AP Gov. Unit I Take-home - TAKE-HOME ESSAYS THE AMERICAN...

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