Federalist, after reading and discussing about both federalist and ant-federalist I
have decided to pick federalist. I decided to choose federalist because I believe they
had a clearer vision in how to modify our government and make it more su
Policy Analysis of HB 3 - Child Safety Devices in Motor Vehicles, they want to provides
child restraint requirements for children of specified ages who are less than specified
This bill will help protect children inside
The Honorable Ramona Salvarez
How is your role in government different from an elected official? I dont believe that there
is difference in my role in government from that of an elected official.
How is it the same? For me it is the same b
Hello Willie Charles Shaw,
You might think that rights are absolute however thats not the case. A person
has rights to freedom of speech, press, assembly, petition, and religious expression. Yet
it is very difficult to define and apply them to specific si
Media and Politics
'The Rail Splitter Repairing the Union'a political cartoon of Andrew Johnson and Abraham
Lincoln from 1865. 2011 AP Images
This political cartoon is from the civil war. In this cartoon one can see how Abraham Lincoln i
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What is the difference between delegated, reserved, and concurrent powers?
A delegated power is a power given to the national
government. An example is coining money, declaring
war, and making treaties with other nations.
A reserved power is a power spe
Federalism Honors Ext.
Hammer v. Dagenhart
Children would work unusually long hours in factories, mills, and industrial places.
Families depended on their children to support the family from whatever they
Analysis of Political Cartoon
This cartoon has no frame around it, and the background is simply white. On the
two sides of the dining table, an elephant and a donkey are having a budget brunch,
and there are trash cans next to them. Sizes of th
Module 3 Study Guide
There are 3 branches of government. Module 3 will cover the legislative and execute and module 4 will
cover the judicial.
3.01 The Legislative Branch aka Congress
Established in Article I of the Constitution
Their job is