KEY CONSTITUTIONAL CLAUSES
Bill of Attainder Clause Article I, 9, clause 3: No bill of attainder shall be passed.
Translation: Congress cannot pass a law that singles out a person for punishment
Commerce Clause Article I, 8, clause 3: The C
UNIT 7 WORLD WAR 2 STUDY GUIDE
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What was Stalins 5 year plan?
Define Genocide, as it applied to the Nazis?
Britain and France's policy of app
KEY COURT CASES
Marbury v. Madison (1803)
Established judicial review; midnight judges; John Marshall; power of
the Supreme Court.
McCulloch v. Maryland (1819)
Established national supremacy; established implied powers; use of
elastic clause; state unable
01 Federal Reserve Notes
1) Bank for the banks
a) Set interest rate
i) (Prime rate)
b) Loan money to other banks
c) Run by independent board
d) Chairman is incredibly powerful in market
i) Appointed by president
ii) Confirmed by Congress
01 Primary Notes
1) Before Primary System
a) Candidates were elected by political parties
a) Starts in Iowa & NH
i) No one lives there
ii) Doesnt reflect demographics in the country as its only white people there
b) Too traditional
An alliance of factions
A group with distinct political interest.
Those who favor a stronger national government.
Powers given to the state government alone.
a) Oldest form of government
i) Problem comes with tyranny with the majority
ii) People would take it for granted
a) One ruler
a) Group of people rule
i) Ex. Russia, Saudi Arabia
01 Stuff List
a. Low opinion of mankind
b. Thought we needed strong king
c. Enlightened thinker
a. Social conflict
a. Father of democracy
a. Property rights
b. Supported social contract
5. Litmus t
1. Enumerated Powers
a. List of powers that the government can do
b. Importance: limits the power of the government
c. Examples: commerce clause, necessary and proper clause, declare war
a. formal process in which an official is accused of