PSC 2302 - S11 - Exam 2 Study Guide-1

PSC 2302 - S11 - Exam 2 Study Guide-1 - Bank of the United...

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PSC 2302 AMERICAN CONSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROFESSOR BROGDON SPRING 2011 Exam Two Study Guide The following list of terms reflects the potential subject matter of the exam. You should be familiar with the relevant information covered in the textbook, the reading packets, and (especially) class discussion. Remember that all exams are cumulative so be sure to revisit the material covered on previous exams. Judicial Power (cont.) Originalism (Robert Bork) Textualism Original intent Original understanding The living Constitution (William Brennan) The dead Constitution (Jefferson) Federalism Structural forms: unitary, confederal, federal Supremacy Clause State compact theory Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions Nullification and Interposition Secession Nullification Crisis of 1832 (South Carolina) Jackson’s Nullification Proclamation
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Unformatted text preview: Bank of the United States Hamilton’s economic program Necessary and Proper Clause Tenth Amendment Jefferson’s opinion on the constitutionality of the bank (strict construction) Hamilton’s response (broad construction) McCulloch v. Maryland Commerce Clause Schechter Poultry v. U.S. (NIRA) Wickard v. Filburn (AAA of 1938) U.S. v. Lopez The Presidency: Article II Separation of Powers Non-delegation doctrine (see Schechter Poultry ) Qualities: independence, energy, responsibility Mode of election The unitary executive Vesting clauses Removal Power (Madison’s defense) Line-item veto Washington’s Neutrality Proclamation Youngstown v. Sawyer Executive privilege The Jay Treaty and Washington’s message to the House U.S. v. Nixon and Watergate...
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This note was uploaded on 08/30/2011 for the course PSC 2302 taught by Professor Dr.riley during the Fall '08 term at Baylor.

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