midterm1 - Midterm Review Sheet Potential Identification...

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Potential Identification Terms (tell me what it is and why it’s important for American politics): Agency loss Conformity costs Transaction costs Externalities Principal Privatize Civil liberties Civil rights Separate but equal doctrine Brown v. Board of Education Jim Crow laws Fugitive Slave Law Lemon test Penumbras Selective incorporation Prior restraint Exclusionary rule Libel Framing Priming Scientific polling Ambivalence Measurement error Ideology Issue publics Performance voting Issue voting Infotainment Yellow journalism Credibility gap Carrying capacity Unit cost “Words of the Day” are also fair game Potential Short Answer Questions: How did the civil rights demonstrations of the 1960s change the political calculations of Democratic politicians? How were the demonstrations planned strategically to increase pressure on politicians? What is the Court's current stance on capital punishment? What have been some past Court objections to executions, and how have states attempted to address these issues? What are opinion leaders? Why might typical individuals rely on the statements or positions of
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This note was uploaded on 04/10/2010 for the course POL 001 taught by Professor Huckfeldt during the Winter '08 term at UC Davis.

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