AP LECTURE: CONGRESS 2 I. Organization of Congress A. Making Policy Of all the jobs congressmen have to do, actually making policy is perhaps the toughest. Due to the fact that there are over 11,000 bills introduced to Congress each year, Congressmen
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3. What is the doctrine of implied powers? How are implied and expressed powers different? (be able to list some of each)
4. How are the anti-National B
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1. Do you think that Prohibition was necessary or not? Discuss the positives and
negatives of Prohibition in depth, and whether you ultimately believe it was a
good idea or not.
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We need to start reviewing for the AP. I will not be here Monday or Tuesday. On Wednesday, I want to collect five outlines from you. Chose four of the following questions and answer them this way: write a thesis statement and identify the three main
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