MidtermCurriculumOutline - ContentArea

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Content Area I.  Constitution Underpinnings of the United States Government (5-15%) A.  Consideration that influenced the formulation and adoption of Constitution Lockes Second Treatise of Civil Government Events leading to the Constitutional Convention Shays Rebellion Omission of slavery from Constitution B.  Separation of Powers Principle of separation of powers Jobs of the three branches of federal government Examples of separation of powers in action Impact of separation of powers on voting rights C.  Checks and Balances Congress check on executive branch Power to impeach Judicial passivity Powers shared by Congress and President Actions involving all three branches of federal government D.  Federalism Concurrent powers Dual Federalism Obligations of the states to each other State actions in the US Constitution Grants-in-aid E.  Theories of democratic government Aristotle's democracy Pros of democracy Purpose of limited government in democracy Democratic theory of government Pluarlist view II.  Political Beliefs and Behaviors (10-20%) A.  Beliefs that citizens hold about their government and its leaders Contributing values of American political culture
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This note was uploaded on 09/24/2011 for the course MATHE 32341 taught by Professor Mac during the Spring '11 term at Delaware Tech.

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