The Ancient Greeks were not fussy about their clothing. Ancient Greek didnt think too
much of their clothes. For them, cloth is a practical costum that just was made from a
piece of fabric or silk to cover their body. A single piece of fabric could be sty
Belgium, Germany, Ireland, Spain, France, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands,
Austria, Portugal and Finland, Greece, Slovenia, Cyprus, Malta, Slovakia, Estonia,
Latvia are all eu and euro members
The European commission
Let me give you a little background
Unit 4: (Midterm) Review & Study Guide
1. What is the definition of a political party? How is it a faction? How are parties different than
interest groups? What is the key term in the definition of political party?
Unit Two : Federalism and Political Culture
Review & Study Guide
Unit Two - Chapters 3 & 4
1 Who was Alexis. de Tocqueville? What were his conclusions about American democracy?
Alexis de Tocqueville was a French political thinker and
AP Government and Politics is a class I want to take for three reasons. One reason is that if I
score high enough on the AP exam I will get college credit. The second reason is that I am interested in
government and politics of the US and how our country
AP Government & Politics
Unit One: American Political Framework: U.S. Constitution, Civil Liberties and Civil
Rights (Chapters 1,2,5,6)
Unit One Review & Study Guide
1. What was the principal goal of the American Revolution? What was the p
00. Summarize the legal struggles of African Americans to secure rights under the Fourteenth
Amendment, and indicate how the Court construed that amendment in the civil rights cases. Discuss
the NAACP strategy of litigation, and indicate why it was suited
Explain the notion of higher law by which the colonists felt they were entitled to certain natural
rights. List these rights.
Higher law is a notion that there is a law above the written law, which gave people natural rights (usually life,
liberty, and pr
Discuss the relationship of the Bill of Rights to the concept of majority rule, and give examples of
tension between majority rule and minority rights.
As seen in the Equal Protection clause of the 14th amendment, there are enforcements by the federal
Alexis De Tocqueville, "Democracy in America
Tocqueville felt that a countries' origin ultimately influenced the development of its government.
Therefore, he viewed the virtue of Equality of Opportunity as America's greatest asset. Toqueville argued
Name: Jacob Harrand
Unit One: Study Guide Practice Free Response Questions
1. Initially, the United States Constitution did little to protect citizens from actions of the states.
In the twentieth century, the Supreme Court interpreted the Constitution to
Voice of Democracy
24 October 2016
What is my responsibility to America is a question which I have asked myself many
times. I believe that as an American I need to vote, serve and protect America, and to strive for
List the two basic questions to be asked about government in the United States (or any other
nation) and show that they are distinct questions.
Who governs? And to what ends? To ask who governs is to ask who holds power in a government. There
AP Government (2)
12 October 2016
This article relates to the Supreme Court and how it operates. It shows how Obamas
appointment to the Supreme Court could affect the course of our nation because Obama is
appointing someone who ho
5 October, 2013
I think the author, Edward Jablonski, wrote AMERICA IN THE AIR WAR for people who like to
learn about aeronautical advances during WWII Hough helped design and test three successful metal