Chapter 4: Civil Liberties
Ch. 4: Objectives
We will examine where our civil liberties are enumerated.
Discuss guaranteed civil liberties.
Explain the expansion of civil liberties through the incorporation doctrine.
List and give examples of time, place,
In the division of power, what should the
federal government control?
Ch. 3 Objectives: Federalism
Describe the difference between Federalism (a
federal system) and the federal government.
Explain the main purpose of Federalism
List the be
Chapter 2 Objectives:
The U.S. Constitution
What parts of the Constitution affect how policy is made?
List and give an example of each of the 4 major ideas of
Why did the Framers accept Madisonian Democracy?
Prevented branches from g
Objectives: In Ch. 1 You Will
why politics matters
different types of policy
the policymaking institutions
the steps in the policymaking process
how items get on the policy agenda
to define democracy and 3 democratic theories
to define the SCOPE of
Chapter 1 Terms:
Anarchy- The absence of governmental authority
Behavioralism an approach to the study of social science and international relations that posits
that individuals and units like states act in regularized ways; leads to a belief that behavio
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