Review Terms for Midterm

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04.21 Midterm Term Review 1. Antifederalist  2. Articles of Confederation  3. checks and balances  4. faction  5. Federalist papers  6. Great Compromise  7. judicial review  8. line item veto  9. New Jersey Plan  10. Virginia Plan  11. natural rights  12. republic  13. separation of powers  14. federalism  15. block grants  16. categorical grants  17. devolution  18. dual federalism  19. grants-in-aid  20. mandates  21. nullification  22. revenue sharing  23. sovereignty  24. equality of opportunity  25. equality of result  26. external efficacy  27. internal efficacy  28. political culture  29. political ideology  30. gender gap  31. conservatism  32. liberalism  33. libertarianism 
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Unformatted text preview: 34. random sample 35. sampling errors 36. Australian ballot 37. grandfather clause 38. poll tax 39. nineteenth amendment 40. fifteenth amendment 41. twenty-sixth amendment 42. twenty-third amendment 43. Voting Rights Act of 1965 44. white primary 45. caucus 46. direct primary 47. factional party 48. ideological party 49. plurality 50. closed primary 51. open primary 52. political action committee 53. realignment 54. valence issue 55. interest group 56. lobbyist 57. prior restraint 58. selective attention 59. equal time rule 60. fairness doctrine...
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