Study sheet for the first exam

Study sheet for the first exam - Hobbes, Rousseau, Locke...

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Study sheet for the first exam POLS 101 Dr. Freemuth Test date: February 18, 2010 The test will be all multiple choice, with 45-50 questions. Efficacy Legitimacy Oligarchy Democracy Monarchy Autocracy Constitutional democracy Who had rights in Greece? What is political ideology? Principles of the Declaration of Independence Virginia Plan and who proposed it Connecticut compromise Three-fifths Compromise Electoral College How many votes does a law need? Totalitarian Authoritarian Libertarian Who has an unwritten constitution? Role of each branch of government…Articles I, II, III
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Unformatted text preview: Hobbes, Rousseau, Locke Shays Rebellion Amending the ConstitutionArticle V Why a bill of rights? How many amendments and basic types Marbury v. Madison Implied powers McCulloch v. Maryland Mandates Importance of 14 th , 16 th and 17 th amendments Representative government/indirect democracy Republic Limited government Federalist Papers and their authors Native American nations in the constitutional system Checks and balances, separation of powers, federalism...
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