What, and How?
in Taking It to the Streets?
Like so many others, twenty-four-year-old
Matthew Brandi heard the call through the
Internet. I actually decided to go protest after
seeing online videos of protesters being arrested
AP Government: Chapter 5
Is an increase in the scope of government to
protect some peoples rights an unacceptable
threat to the rights of others?
Civil Rights=Policies designed to protect
people against arbitrary or discriminatory
History and Theory
Which is a linking
The executive department
Media (also elections, political parties, and special interest groups) = lin
Chapter 4 Civil Liberties
The Bill of Rights: A Charter of Liberties
Nationalizing the Bill of Rights
The 1st Amendment and Freedoms of
Religion, Speech, Press and Assembly
The 2nd Amendment and the Right to
Rights of the Criminally Accused
54 to Chapter 1
an elector to vote for the winner of the popular vote in at
particular state, yet this is now a firm tradition and even-the -
law in most states. Technology has affected the role of the
media in politics, the ability of the civil service t
American Citizens and
For use with Keeping the Republic. Copyright 2006 by CQ Press.
In this chapter we will learn about
Our roots as immigrants and the role of immigration in
Demographic trends that help us
What is politics?
Politics: who gets what, when, and how; a process of
determining how power and resources are distributed
in a society, without recourse to violence
Power: the ability to get others to do what you want
What is politics?, contd.