Its all about being old.
Part 1: Making of the Modern
Why do we study the UK?
Great Power in the Past
Now an Advanced Democracy
Past hegemonic p
What is The European
Shared values: liberty, democracy,
Percent of worlds
Percent of combined
Unit 3 Russia
Study Guide/Possible FRQs for U3: The LEAST You Need to Know!
In addition to the outline below, be sure to know all of the vocabulary for this unitwhether we covered it or not.
*Also, be prepared for comparisons with the UK!*
Unit 2 UK and EU
Study Guide/Possible FRQs for Unit 2: The LEAST You Need to Know!
In addition to the outline below and your country chart, be sure to know all of the vocabulary for this unitwhether we covered it
Part 1: The Maki
Part 3: Citizens, Society & the
For much of British history
Northern Irish (2.7%)
Catholics (mostly Irish) vs. Protestants (mostly
Part 2: Governance & PolicyMaking
Organization of the State
With devolved powers to Scotland, Wales &
Fusion of Powers
Parliament can make or overturn any law
AP COGO Unit 3 Concepts/People
Use your book, class powerpoints, and assigned readings/handouts to define the following concepts/people and prepare for quizzes
and the unit test. Some of the terms may be repetitive from prior unitsYou are STILL responsibl
AP US and Comparative Governments
Country: Great Britain DUE MARCH 17
Questions to answer:
10. What are the critical junctures in British political development and describe the
relatively smooth progression of democracy.
20. Describe the evolution of the