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STUDYGUIDES150 - STUDY GUIDES Study Guide I Political...

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STUDY GUIDES Study Guide I Political Science 150 (#7-9 may be postponed until the final) 7. Describe the basic democratic problem with judicial review? Why is it considered undemocratic by some? Why is it considered a democratic practice by others? How does judicial review relate to judicial restraint and activism? What importance does it hold for understanding constitutional doctrine? 8. Compare and contrast the arguments of Dahl and Adamany regarding the Supreme Court's role in the political process. 9. What are the types of individual and environmental factors associated with Supreme Court decision making? Are there any implications for the debate over the Supreme Court's proper role in a democracy? 1. What aspects of the Supreme Court's treatment of the free exercise of religion, privacy or any area illustrate the explanatory power of the attitude/value model of Supreme Court decision making? Are other models also helpful in understanding constitutional change? Do the justices appear concerned only with outcomes or
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This note was uploaded on 12/01/2011 for the course POL 150 taught by Professor Gates during the Winter '08 term at UC Davis.

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