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DOC 2 Final Study Guide

DOC 2 Final Study Guide - Mill o Police powers(limits of...

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COURT CASES: (4 out of 6 of them are on the test for sure! Could be on MC) Dred Scott Plessey O’Brien Cohen Lochner Brown READINGS: Hodgson Locke Tocqueville Mill Madison MLK Nickel & Dimed Lawrence Gates Hodgson’s o Liberal Consensus o Fragmented Consensus o 4 Big Processes o Great Schism Locke o Social contract/civil society o Property o State of Nature Tocqueville (HE LIKES TOCQUEVILLE!) o Tyranny of Majority o De/centralized administration o Absolute authority/hierarchy diagram o Race relations
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Unformatted text preview: Mill o Police powers (limits of law/government/state) o Utilitarianism (laws to protect people) Madison o Factions o Large vs. small republic o Representative vs. pure democracy Martin Luther King Jr. o Natural/Un/just laws (obligation to disobey unjust laws) o Class (won the race part, need to come together and fight class) Nickel and Dimed o Working class o Dignity and pride o Dependency o Immobility o Invisibility...
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  • Winter '08
  • Wimberley
  • Martin Luther King, Jr., disobey unjust laws, Social contract/civil society, Absolute authority/hierarchy diagram

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