Review for Test 1 Spr 2011

Review for Test 1 Spr 2011 - Supremacy clause McCulloch v....

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Review for American National Government Test 1: Monday, February 28 th The test will consist of 60 multiple choice questions. This review is meant to direct your studying; it should not be considered an exhaustive list of everything on the test. I would recommend reading your book and reviewing class notes. Test questions are taken both from class discussion and directly from your book. BRING A SMALL GREEN SCANTRON AND A PENCIL TO THE TEST ! Ch. 1: Types of gov’t Republican and direct democracy Trends in Political Culture Political efficacy Pluralism Ch. 2: Articles of Confederation What led up to Constitution Shay’s Rebellion Virginia and New Jersey Plans Bicameralism Federalists Antifederalists What the Constitution set up Differences between Senate and House Constituencies and terms Checks and Balances Powers of branches How to amend the constitution 13, 14, 15 Amendments 19, 24, 26 Amendments Ch. 3: Federal Powers Necessary and proper clause Interstate commerce clause
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Unformatted text preview: Supremacy clause McCulloch v. Maryland 10 th Amendment Full faith and credit clause Defense of Marriage Act Privileges and immunities clause Dual Federalism Cooperative Federalism Regulated Federalism New Federalism Unfunded mandates Block grants Preemption Devolution Police Power Grants-in-aid United States v. Lopez Ch. 4: Civil Liberties Bill of Rights Barron v. Baltimore (1833) Establishment clause Lemon Test Free exercise clause West Virginia State Board of Ed. v. Barnette Sherbert v. Verner Near v. Minnesota Alien and Sedition Acts Texas v. Johnson D.C. v. Heller 4th , 5th, 6th, Amendments Grand Jury Eminent Domain Gideon v. Wainwright Right to Privacy Griswold v. Connecticut Lawrence v. Texas Ch. 5 Civil Rights Civil Rights Act (1875) (1964) Plessy v. Ferguson De jure and de facto segregation Strict, intermediate, rational scrutiny Don’t ask, Don’t tell Affirmative Action...
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This note was uploaded on 04/04/2011 for the course PLSC 2003 taught by Professor Diallo during the Spring '08 term at Arkansas.

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