Politics: Who gets what, when and how
Political scientists study politics in government
When and how= political process
Normative= how things should be
Empirical= how they are
Government should be keeping order in a s
For a case to be heard in the Supreme Court, a minimum of how many justices must vote to
hear the case?
A(n) _ brief is submitted by someone who is not a party to the case
Which Article of the Constitution created the federal judiciar
Imperial presidency, the concept of the executive branch of the United States having
supreme control or total control of the United States government and the other two branches.
The executive branch would undermine the authority of the
What is the status of affirmative action in college admissions after the most recent Supreme
L affirmative action programs are generally permissible, but they cannot make race the
decisive factor for a minority applicant.
What did the Su
Which clause prevents the national government from sanctioning an official religion?
A false written statement is _; the same statement spoken aloud is _
The double jeopardy clause prevents an individual who is acquitted of
The Frontier Revivals
What were the Frontier
Revivals of the Second Great Awakening
The Second Great Awakening
Christian revival movement
Falling interest in religion
Increased interest in the Industrial Revolut