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Review for Exam I 19 th . Amendment Anti-Federalists Articles of Confederation Betty Friedan Bill of Rights Block Grants Brown v. Board of Education Categorical Grants-In-Aid Civil Liberties Civil Rights Commercial Speech Common Sense Concurrent Powers Confederal System Conservative Daniel Shay Declaration of Independence Direct Democracy Dred Scott v. Sanford Elastic Clause Elite Theory EMILY’s List Enumerated Powers Equal Rights Amendment Establishment Clause Eugene “Bull” Conner Exclusionary Rule Federal Mandates Federal System Federalists Fighting Words First Continental Congress Free Riders Gideon v. Wainwright Grandfather Clause Great Compromise Harold Lasswell Heckler’s Veto Human Rights Campaign Fund James Madison Jamestown
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Unformatted text preview: John Locke Libel Liberal Literacy Tests Mapp v. Ohio Matching Funds Mayflower Compact McCulloch v. Maryland Miranda v. Arizona National Organization for Women National Women’s Suffrage Association New Jersey Plan Oligarchy Plessy v. Ferguson Pluralist Theory Plymouth Police Powers Politics Poll Tax Popular Sovereignty Prohibited Powers Representative Assembly Representative Democracy Roe v. Wade Scope’s Trial Second Continental Congress Seneca Falls, New York Sexual Harassment Slander Social Contract Stamp Act Stonewall, New York Supremacy Clause Symbolic Speech Tenth Amendment The Feminine Mystique Thomas Jefferson Thomas Paine Totalitarian Regime Unitary System Universal Suffrage Virginia Military Institute Virginia Plan...
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