What constitute a Political Power?
- The art or science of government, especially the governing of a political entity
such as nation and the administration and control of its internal and external
- Social relations involving an authorit
The constitution was a reaction to what came before;
Article of confederation, etc.
It ended up being a compromised.
Economic, division, sovereignty, chaos, etc. ended up being the result of too much
freedom and liberty.
education is a state and local issue
all issues are tied together
constitution was a reaction against the failings of what had
first articles of confederation then the failings rule.
articles back fired because there was t
Electoral - federal elections limit the power of the gov u have
to right to choose the leaders
Electoral External - state and local elections Electoral - direct power
gives ann opportunity to express you
Lecture 1 8-6-2013
what is bias? they have their political view of their own
doesn't mean its less valid
be aware of bias
becareful of suttles
What constitutes political power?
art or science governing or government is specially of
Hw 2 chapters read
1786 - federal government was broke and sinking in debt,
had no power to tax and the states had paid only about 1/7th
of the money by federal gov
1788 - proposed the constitution's chief architect James
Madison said the government neede