PLS_100_Study_2-7 - PLS 100 Introduction to American...

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PLS 100 Introduction to American National Government: Study Guide PLS 100 (Spring 2012) Exam 2 Study Guide Chapter 6 Special committees Standing committees Ad hoc committees Ticket-splitting Casework Unanimous consent agreement Closed rule Cloture Chapter 7 Conditional party government Conference committees Brownlow report Discharge petition Central clearance Entitlements Chief of staff system Filibuster Commander in chief Gerrymandering Detailed staff Joint committees Divided government Majority leader Enrolled bills Majority whip Executive agreements Minority whip Executive Office of the President Multiple referrals Executive orders Necessary and proper clause Gag rule Open rule Going public Pocket veto Gridlock Political action committees Honeymoon Pork barrel Imperial presidency President pro tempore Institutionalized presidency Presidential coattails Line-item veto Proportional representation National Security Council Quorum Office of Management and Budget Restricted rule
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2012 for the course PLS 100 taught by Professor Thornton during the Spring '07 term at Michigan State University.

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PLS_100_Study_2-7 - PLS 100 Introduction to American...

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