POL 101 Day 3 - • Protect against invasion and domestic...

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POL 101 Day 3 17:26 TEST MATERIALS JANDA (1-3) & FIORINA(1-4) NEXT FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 24, 2010 State-State Relationships Full Faith and Credit Clause o If something happened legitimately in one state, the others have to  recognize it. i.e. divorce laws, child custody Privileges and Immunities o Kinda like above o If some state says citizens can do something, if someone enters that state  from a different one, they can do the same thing Extradition o Commit a crime in one state and flee to another, second state has to send  you back Federal-State Responsibilites Guarantee a Republican form of Government
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Unformatted text preview: • Protect against invasion and domestic violence Ratification Fight • Federalists vs. Anti-Federalists o Property owners, creditors, merchants vs. small farmers, people in debt, shopkeepers o Favored stronger government vs. Favored retaining power in state governments o Feared excessive democracy and promotion of political elites vs. Generally democratic • Federalists won Federalist Concession • BILL OF RIGHTS promised by Federalists after ratification • Already in Constitution: o Ex-Post Facto Laws prohibited o Bills of Attainder prohibited o Writ of Habeus Corpus o 17:26 17:26...
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