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Subject:
Social Science, Political Science
Material Type:
Unit of Study
Level:
Community College / Lower Division, College / Upper Division
Provider:
Rice University
Tags:
Checks and Balances, Elastic Clause, Intense Preferences, Constitution, Democracy, Elite Theory, Minority Rights, Categorical Grant, Bicameral Legislature, Devolution, Articles of Confederation, Nineteenth Amendment, Unitary System, Social Capital, Republic, Common Goods, Partisanship, Reserved Powers, General Revenue Sharing, New Federalism, Anti-Federalists, Great Compromise, Declaration of Independence, Immigration Federalism, Latent Preferences, Bill of Attainder, Race-to-the-bottom, Concurrent Powers, Government, Veto, Nullification, U.S. Constitution, Monarchy, Enumerated Powers, Fifteenth Amendment, Majority Rule, Virginia Plan, Supremacy Clause, Cooperative Federalism, Thirteenth Amendment, Writ of Habeas Corpus, Creeping Categorization, Three-Fifths Compromise, Dual Federalism, Oligarchy, Bill of Rights, Public Goods, Privileges and Immunities Clause, Representative Democracy, Natural Rights, Toll Goods, Political Power, Civic Engagement, Federalism, Centralization, Confederation, Venue Shopping, Amendment, Ideology, Federalists, Full Faith and Credit Clause, Direct Democracy, The Federalist Papers, Ex Post Facto Law, Federal System, Block Grant, Separation of Powers, Unicameral Legislature, Fourteenth Amendment, Social Contract, Pluralist Theory, Unfunded Mandates, Politics, Totalitarianism, New Jersey Plan, Private Goods
License:
Creative Commons Attribution 4.0