09 - Polsci 2.24.09 Quiz 2 Compare 2 maps of election...

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Polsci 2.24.09 Quiz 2 Compare 2 maps of election results—between say Carter and Clinton’s (92) election. Delegate allocation methods. Winning home state. Possible to win a nomination even if you don’t win the national popular vote. Familiar with different primaries & their conditional universal suffrage. Difference between caucus and primaries. Elections are decided by a state by state basis. Meant by ideas of sequential democracy. Actual and virtual difference & idea of the role of mean. Quality of representation of the US Senate- articles of confederation- 1 state 2 votes each. Territories have no actual or virtual representation in the US Senate. Constitutional amendment process-what has been the essential method of amending the constitution since the beginning-know primary method (take place in 26/27cases). Typically constitutional amendments come in bunches in particular periods of time (i.e. 1960s, or in country is just emerging-1790s) 11/27 amendments before turn of 19 th century, civil war led to 13,14,15
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This note was uploaded on 01/17/2011 for the course POLI 1101 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '06 term at University of Georgia Athens.

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09 - Polsci 2.24.09 Quiz 2 Compare 2 maps of election...

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