09 - Final Use quizzes and exams to study as main part Slides the recent slides(asymmetric prestige in US senate committees in legislative process

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Final: Use quizzes and exams to study as main part. Slides received—particularly the recent slides. (asymmetric prestige in US senate, committees in legislative process, and structures in legislative power, also selected slides from the Court—house power, senate power, or joint power-symmetric bicameralism-one section that will be on test), section on qualifications of various offices, Events in chronological order of the 2008 election- test 1, be familiar with basic facts of the court cases and what was the decision made in those cases, tendency to focus on things that pertain to the presidency-the congress-the court—most of material since spring break, image of some event-consider what it is pertaining to with overall content. US Supreme Court Appointment and Confirmation of Justices Confirmation is by The Senate Majority Vote . House plays no role. Supreme Court Justices and all federal judges appointed by president with “advice and consent of Senate” Typically presidents nominee’s are confirmed.
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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 - Final Use quizzes and exams to study as main part Slides the recent slides(asymmetric prestige in US senate committees in legislative process

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