1. Enumerated powers are powers of the national government that are explicitly listed in the
Constitution. Implied powers are those not explicitly listed in the Constitution, but deemed
necessary and proper for the national government to fulfill its enume
System of interactions between nations and other political bodies. p
A nations basic goals and actions in international relations.
The final authority to decide a political question. A nation-states or go
Chapter 10 EL PRESIDENTE
Note the key points in time during Ws tenure.
The past 12 Presidents, and their approval ratings. Note the two who have a generally upward trend.
Functions of the Presidency Functions Head of State Head of Government
In carrying out their duties, they play 3 different roles.
Keeping constituents informed and connected.
Constituents = the people they represent.
The The Ombudsman
The mediator; problem-solver.
The aggregate of individual attitudes or beliefs shared by some portion of the adult population.
General agreement among the people on an issue.
Public opinion that is polarized between two quite diff different p
Lesson2 Lesson 2
FramingtheConstitution Framing the Constitution
It was clear from the beginning that amending the Articles was ItwasclearfromthebeginningthatamendingtheArticleswas notenough(especiallywiththe
SYLLABUS PS 1 American Government
Saddleback College Summer 2008 Ticket Nos. 13095/80095/80125/80220/80280 3 Units May 27 July 18, 2008
Revised 5/27/2008 *subject to change*
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Chapter 11 The Bureaucracy Chapter 11 The Bureaucracy
Rewind Rewind A note about search note about search and seizure.
What is in public view?
Anything that can be perceived with the 5 (natural) senses without aid.
Sight in plain view
Chapter 12 The Judiciary Cha
Refers to the system of courts and judges.
A general term for the court system. general term for the court system
Authority to interpret the law. to interpret the law
Groups organized under labels or names in order to gain elective office.
Or, groups with common interest, vying for office.
Notice, that organizations that are NOT trying to get an elected official in office is an interest group.
Aka interest gro
1 points Devolution of power refers to what?
1 points France operates what kind of government system?
1 points Which phase of federalism developed under President F.D. Roosevelt?
1 points Which An
Quiz 1: 1. Shay's rebellion comprised mainly of what type of people? Farmers 2. A representative democracy can be run by an individual person. False 3. Which of the following are processes that exist on the federal level? None of the above 4. Ancient Athe
Lesson 4: Chapter 5 1. Devolution of power refers to what? Powers are shifted from the federal government to the state government 2. France operates what kind of government system? Unitary System 3. Which phase of federalism developed under President F.D.
Chapter 1: Multiple Choice Questio n1
1 out of 1 points
During most of the 1700s, individuals with psychological disorders in the western world were treated according to which model? Selected Answer: Correct Answer:
They were not viewed very fa
State Government of California Supplemental Section
Current Constitution signed in 1879 (original in 1849, statehood in 1850). 110 total pages (vs 4 of the US (vs. Constitution). N t bl diff Notable differences.
Yoon Ji PS 1 Ticket # 13095 Team Indiana 07/10/2008 The Electoral College: What is it, Should We Keep it, And The Alternatives? It was the year 1787, people had gathered in Philadelphia for the Constitutional Convention. There was much pressure and t