Religion and Public Schools
Public schools are paid for through tax dollars, therefore public schools cannot encourage
the development of any particular religion (establishment) nor can they violate a student's
right to practice his religion
03.12 Assessment: Data Table Free-response Question
People with higher education are involved more in political events and
politics in general where as people with lower education participated less.
Two other demographics that determine voter participatio
on the market.
Roosevelt had a very successful time as
In his later years Roosevelt left the White House in
March of 1909.
He went to hunt big game in Africa.
he returned he became a center of attention for the
Theodore Roosevelt spent many years at different
points in his life in the public eye.
Beginning in 1882-
1884 he served in the New York State Assembly after being
However after the loss of his wife and mother he
left politics and went to the Dak
As Theodore began to mature he attended Harvard
University at eighteen years old in 1876.
graduated in 1880.
In his adult life he accomplished many different
A list of just a few of his accomplishments would
consist of these things.
The early life of President Theodore Roosevelt began
October 27, 1858 in New York City.
and Martha Roosevelt.
He was born to Theodore
He lived in the home where he was
born until he was fourteen years old.
There he lived with
his parents and three other s
Had the election gone the other direction I suppose
there would have just been a longer period of time until
the war against slavery had begun.
The office of President
would have been held again by the Democratic party and the
Civil War and its components
The relatively small Constitutional Union Party
nominated John Bell to be their candidate.
party only had support from a few states and was not very
Next we have the Republican party.
There was a man by
the name of William Seward who
Decisive Election 1860
The election of 1860 was filled with historical time
There were many events economically as well as
First to cite the candidates for this election we find
several politicians of very different
The Second Article of the constitution consists of
Firstly, the executive power is discussed. This power
is vested in the President of the United States.
requirements for the president are then listed.
of the President is given at
Section three discusses the Senate of the United
They are to be chosen every six years by the
people of each state; each state is to have two Senators.
The seating is arranged so that one third of the Senate is
changed or elected every two years.
Branches of Government
The first part of the constitution discuses the
branches of the Federal Government. Herein we will discuss
the first three articles of the constitution.
Section one of Article I indicates where the Powers
are to g
Constitution is “an experiment”
1. Interests → ambition must counteract ambition → interests counteract interests
i. Legislature – two
ii. Executive – Absolute veto (2/3)
c. People – different sources
2. Factions → →more factions