Midterm review

Midterm review - as in the country (14 th amendment),...

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1. Sharing of power, people are voluntarily giving up some rights for this agreement, government has obligation to uphold contract and protect the citizens 2. Prior Restraint – 3. Mcculloch v. Maryland – banking government taxed bankers, ultimately established federal supremacy over state government. Civil War – Cannot succeed from union equal protection clause, 14 th amendment ex of national government giving itself more authority than the states do Great Depression – changed the amount of intervention in commerce 4. Equal protection clause – outlawed slavery, rights of citizens in states are same as rights
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Unformatted text preview: as in the country (14 th amendment), states cannot deprive citizens of rights in constitution 5. Grizwald v. Connecticut Gitlow v. New York Free Speech Hamner v Dragenhart Child labor 6. Jeffersons era of good feeling Direct election of president by citizens voting for individual electors, est. primaries 7. Case one Yes prisoners dilemma Case two Yes prisoners dilemma 8. South (Spanish and Portuguese) was for crops north (America) went with trade II. 1. Designed to make things work slowly, go with status quo...
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