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APG Vocabulary Review Click and jump in; dont be bashful!
The voters that any particular elected official represents. Once youve made your guess, click on this nut-job to see if you are correct.
A small group of people controlling a particular policy area; includes select members of congressional committees, administrative agencies, and lobbying groups.
Racial separation that comes about as a result of private social practices.
Racial separation enforced by law.
Specific list of Congressional powers included in Article I of the Constitution; system in which a constitution lists what a limited government is allowed to do.
People at a national party convention with the power to help select candidates for office; representatives who see their job as giving the majority what it wants.
The removal of laws that keep two ethnic groups apart.
Opinion written by a court minority that rejects both the court's decision and its reasoning.
When different political parties control a house of Congress and the Presidency.
Federal system in which national powers and state powers are clearly separated. Also known as layer- cake federalism.
Constitutional provision giving Congress the right to make all laws "necessary and proper." Used to justify wide expansion of government authority. The Greatest Buckeye in History
Indirect system for electing the U.S. President. Means that the winning candidate may not have received a majority of votes nationwide.
Fifth Amendment requirement that government compensates owners appropriately when taking private property for public use.
Benefits promised by law to individuals or families meeting certain requirements.
Proposed constitutional amendment that promised women equal rights; narrowly missed ratification.
When everyone is given the same chances to succeed by public policy but the law does not guarantee that everyone will be equal.
When a law is more concerned with minimizing differences between groups or people at the end of the process.
Courtroom ban on evidence obtained improperly.
Presidential promises to other nations that do not require Senate approval; not binding on future administrations.
Passed in 1971 and subsequently amended, this law limited how much money individuals and organizations could give to candidates for national office.
Created in 1974, this agency monitors national elections and provides matching funds to qualifying candidates. Click on this Vermont Whack Job. The Screamanator
The national government's banking system used to implement monetary policy.
When Senators delay a bill by giving marathon speeches; only stopped with a cloture vote.
Free use of the mail provided to incumbent legislators so that they may keep in touch with their constituents.
When a person is tried twice for the same crime; forbidden by the Fifth Amendment.
De facto Segregation
De jure Segregation
Equal Rights Amendment (ERA)
Equality of Opportunity
Equality of Result
Federal Election Campaign Act
Federal Election Commission
Federal Reserve System
The Struggle For Democracy Chapter 11: Congress.
CITIZENSHIPCITIZENSHIP JEOPARDY JEOPARDY click here to PLAY.
Congress 12. Congress The Framers of the Constitution designed Congress to be the legislative branch of the federal government, and they gave it broad.
Chapter 5 – Citizenship and the Constitution Section Notes Understanding the Constitution The Bill of Rights Rights and Responsibilities of Citizenship.
The Presidency. How do we get there? According to the Constitution, the President and Vice President are chosen by a special body of presidential electors.
Chapter 3: The Constitution of the United States of America.
Template by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Click Once to Begin JEOPARDY! Congress.
GHSGT PREPARATION GOVERNMENT AND CIVICS. CONTENT DESCRIPTION Government/Civics (18% of the test) Assesses the philosophical foundations of the United.
Chapter 3 Section 1. Only RHODE ISLAND did not take part in the convention because it did not believe in a stronger central government. It began in Philadelphias.
Chapter 5 The Organization of Congress Section 1 Congressional Membership.
Chapter 3.1 The Road to the Constitution. Constitution Nations most important document Nations most important document Written in 1787 Written in 1787.
Congress The 535. Chapter 6 Section 1: How Congress is Organized.
SS8CG1 Cloze Notes CIVICS & GOVERNMENT: CONSTITUTION & CITIZENSHIP.
Major Principles of the Constitution The Constitution is based on seven major principles.
Declaration of Independence – 1776 Unalienable/natural rights Government is limited by the consent of the governed Colonists were separating from.
The Study of American Government Chapter 1. Political Power Ability to get others to act in accordance with desires/intentions Power as it affects government.
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The Constitution Article 1 The Constitution Article 1.
9.1 Introduction Purpose What- We are going to learn about compromise How- by taking a final law exam on the Constitution Why- so we understand how it.
Chapter Three, Section Three. The Structure of the Constitution.
If men are not angels, what are they? (James Madisons perspective) Why are governments necessary? (James Madisons perspective) Is Madison right? Are governments.
AP U.S. Government & Politics Review For AP Government Exam.
CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION Meets in Philadelphia from May to September of President of the Convention- George Washington. Architect of the Constitution-
Where Does Congress Power Come From? Congress gets all of its power from Article I of the U.S. Constitution Congress gets all of its power from Article.
NORTH CAROLINA ECONOMICS, LEGAL, AND POLITICAL SYSTEMS REVIEW Instructions for use: A) click mouse and a question will appear with possible answers. B)
Respectively, the minimum age requirement for members of the House of Representatives and the Senate.
Chapter 4: Federalism What is Federalism? Federalism is a system of dividing power between the central national government, and the regional state governments.
The Federal System Ch.4 SSCG 5. The word federal denotes alliances between independent sovereignties. The word federal denotes alliances between independent.
Federal, Confederal, and Unitary systems of government Standard : Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of federal, confederal, and unitary systems.
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