Midterm Exam Review Online American Government 2301
Midterm exam encompasses chapters 1, 2, 3, 4, 19, 20, and 25. Study the following terms in
order to answer multiple choice and true/false questions. The midterm exam is schedule for
Saturday, March 3rd b
Collin College Gov't 2301 Take-Home Exam 3 Dye
MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.
1) Elected officials have great flodbili in dealing with policy
Chapter 9: Matching Exercise
Power of federal courts to review acts of the other branches of government to see whether they accord with the Constitution or not.
The judicial philosophy that believes that the Constitution should
The President Revs up the Machine
It has been clear for some time that President Obama has followed the time-dishonored practice
of rewarding campaign contributors with cushy jobs in government and other benefits. But a
new report by the Center for
The Executive Branch and
the Federal Bureaucracy
Video: The Big Picture
Trace the gr
Chapter 8: The Federal Bureaucracy
According to Max Weber what
characteristics make an
organization a bureaucracy?
Which part of the U.S.
Chapter 6: Worksheet
Note: If a question does not apply to one of the chambers, write N/A.
How are states represented?
How many seats? (i.e., How
What is the purpose of the
Unit Three Assignment
I live in the city of Dallas. When first visiting the citys website
(http:/dallascityhall.com/Pages/default.aspx) I find that it is full of information,
and it feels easy to navigate.
My first impression of the website is that its si
Chapter 8: Matching Exercise
An organization characterized by a chain of command, division of responsibility and rule-based procedures.
The major responsibilities of the federal bureaucracy.
Major administrative units that repre
Chapter 9: The Judicial Branch
The Judicial Branch
What powers does the U.S.
Constitution give to the judicial
What are the generally recognized
functions of the federal courts?
CHAPTER 6: Congress
1. What are the major constitutional responsibilities of Congress?
Focus on Congresss (i) law-making, (ii) taxation, (iii) oversight, and (iv) war-making powers?
Define: Enumerated (national) powers; the Proper and Necessary
Video: The Big Picture
Trace the evolution of the two-party
system in the United S
Chapters 11 & 12
_ refers to an organized group that runs candidates for office and seeks to exercise political and electoral power.
In the past, this organization provided jobs and social services in return for p
Video: The Big Picture
Trace the development of the federal
judiciary and the origins of judi
BILL OF RIGHTS
What is civil liberty?
What is the source of our civil liberty?
How does the U.S. Constitution secure
(guarantee) civil liberty?
The personal guarantees and freedoms that
Todays current event summary is, U.S. Aims to Degrade and Destroy
Militants by The Wall Street Journal. President Barack Obama said he wants to degrade
and destroy the extremist group, known as ISIS. The militant group is a terrorist group
Government Final Test Review:
1. Mandate is:
Popular support for a program/policy based on the margin of victory won by the
candidate who proposed it
2. Difference between incumbents and challengers is
Incumbents: candidates currently in office seeking
5 Feb 2017
Refrigeration is the one of the most engineering development that have a good
influence on Earth. We use this technology for all sorts of things such as keeping
food and drink cold, controling
Jason Hyeoncheol kim
Written assignment 4
Social media and Texas Executive
1. MT: Abbott hosts tech executives, talks up Texas. I told them you're either a Texan or
wish you were This message uploded on Gov. Abbotts twitter at March 15th
A short essay What we have to lose is a reflection paper by Theodroe Dalrymple who was
a retired prison doctor and psychiatrist. Through the story, he wanted to convey the
brutalism of modern intellectuls which is happening in Western countries. He wrote
Introduction to the Bill of Rights
Bill of Rights
Identify the circumstances leading
up to the adoption of the Bill of
Identify the participants in the
formation of the Bill of Rights.
Understand the difference between
The Greatest Mistakes of All Time
by Martha Brockenbrough
"Genius? Nothing! Sticking to it is the genius! . I've failed my way to
Sit down. Pour yourself a Coke, have a chocolate chip cookie-whatever
you like. Then, grab a yellow
Course Number: GOVT 2301
Course Title: American Government I (Federal and Texas Constitutions)
Course Description: Origin and development of the U.S. and Texas constitutions, structure and powers of
national, state and local
Government 2301 Research Project
This project is to research a landmark Supreme Court Case. The research will be
conducted in seven distinct areas by seven students. Each student will (1) produce a two-three
pages of research using a minimum of five diffe
Early Governance &
Trade and Taxation
Economic theory designed to increase a nations
wealth through the development of commercial
industry and favorable balance of trade
Unwritten agreement with colonies
Put to test by the Fr
Questions to Ponder
Should ex-felons be allowed to vote?
Is President Obamas drone policy
Questions to Ponder
Is Edward Snowden a hero or a
Can the federal government
challenge the voter id laws enacted
CHAPTER 11: LECTURE NOTES
1. What is a political party?
2. What is the function of a political party in democracies?
3. What is the origin of political parties in the U.S.? What are the key stages in the development of
political parties in the U
C H A P TER 11
What is a political party?
What does the US Constitution say about
What is the function of political parties in
What is the history of US political parties?
Where is the p
1 I introduced a radical political idea for my time; I wrote a book called Lex, Rex(The Law is king). In my
book I opposed the absolute rule of kings. I initiated the idea of the rule of law and constutionalism,
GOVT 2305: Chapter 4 Worksheet
Choose one of the following constitutional principles to answer the questions based on the court case scenarios.
Constitutional Principles [Disclaimer: All cases, including names and dates, are hypothetical.]
Chapters 12 & 15
3. A primary election in which citizens vote in whichever party's primary they choose
5. Second-round election to determine which of the two candidates gets the majority vote
8. Committees formed as the fund raising and