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Goal 4- civics and economics
electorate college
two party system
coalitions
one party system
this group officially elects the president of the united states
the US has this type of party system
Political parties within multi-party systems must form these…
a single party dominates the government (China, Cuba, N. Kore…
electorate college
this group officially elects the president of the united states
two party system
the US has this type of party system
40 terms
Civics Goal Review: Goal 4
1. Name the first two political partie…
2. What kind of party system does the…
3. What are the two dominant political…
4. The Democratic Party's ideals tend…
Federalist & Anti-Federalist
Two-party system
Democratic and Republican
Left; liberal
1. Name the first two political partie…
Federalist & Anti-Federalist
2. What kind of party system does the…
Two-party system
Civics Goal Review: Goal 4
1. Name the first two political partie…
2. What kind of party system does the…
3. What are the two dominant political…
4. The Democratic Party's ideals tend…
Federalist & Anti-Federalist
Two-party system
Democratic and Republican
Left; liberal
1. Name the first two political partie…
Federalist & Anti-Federalist
2. What kind of party system does the…
Two-party system
30 terms
Civics Goal 4
federalism
reserved powers
concurrent powers
apportion
A system in which power is divided between the national and s…
Powers given to the state government alone
Powers held jointly by the national and state governments.
Divide among districts
federalism
A system in which power is divided between the national and s…
reserved powers
Powers given to the state government alone
63 terms
Civics Goal 4 Test
electoral college
two party system
political machine
watchdog
group that officially elects the president
the US has this type of party system
a single political party dominates a government
the party out of office acts as one of these to ensure that t…
electoral college
group that officially elects the president
two party system
the US has this type of party system
40 terms
Goal 4: Civics&Economics
Federalists and Anti-Federalists
2 part system
Democrats and Republicans
Left/Liberal
Name the first two political parties in the United States.
What kind of party system does the US have?
What are the two dominant political parties in the US?
The Democratic Party's ideals tend to lean where?
Federalists and Anti-Federalists
Name the first two political parties in the United States.
2 part system
What kind of party system does the US have?
40 terms
Goal 4: Civics&Economics
Federalists and Anti-Federalists
2 part system
Democrats and Republicans
Left/Liberal
Name the first two political parties in the United States.
What kind of party system does the US have?
What are the two dominant political parties in the US?
The Democratic Party's ideals tend to lean where?
Federalists and Anti-Federalists
Name the first two political parties in the United States.
2 part system
What kind of party system does the US have?
50 terms
Goal 4 civics vocab
Activism
Affirmative Action
Agenda
Bias
using vigorous campaigning to bring political change
redressing the injustices
the program for a meeting; a list, outline, or plan of things…
A particular preference or point of view that is personal, ra…
Activism
using vigorous campaigning to bring political change
Affirmative Action
redressing the injustices
37 terms
Goal 4 Civics Flashcards
Absentee voting
Bipartisan
Caucus
Closed primary
A vote cast by someone who is unable or unwilling to attend t…
of or involving the agreement or cooperation of two political…
A meeting of the members of a legislative body who are member…
A type of direct primary limited to registered party members,…
Absentee voting
A vote cast by someone who is unable or unwilling to attend t…
Bipartisan
of or involving the agreement or cooperation of two political…
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Goal 4 Civics vocabulary
Duty
Responsibility
Tolerance
Bureaucracy
a thing someone is required to do
An obligation that we follow voluntarily
Respecting and accepting others, regardless of their beliefs,…
Complex systems with many departments, many rules, and many p…
Duty
a thing someone is required to do
Responsibility
An obligation that we follow voluntarily
50 terms
civics goal 4
activism
affirmative action
agenda
bias
a policy of taking direct and militant action to achieve a po…
A policy in educational admissions or job hiring that gives s…
(n.) the program for a meeting; a list, outline, or plan of t…
A particular preference or point of view that is personal, ra…
activism
a policy of taking direct and militant action to achieve a po…
affirmative action
A policy in educational admissions or job hiring that gives s…
28 terms
CIVICS GOAL 4 sentences
Political party, one-party system, two…
Initiative, proposition
Electoral college
Liberal, conservative, candidate
In our country, we have many different political parties that…
Citizens of a state have the power to take initiative and pet…
Many Americans believe that instead of using the electoral co…
Unlike the liberal senator running for re-election, the conse…
Political party, one-party system, two…
In our country, we have many different political parties that…
Initiative, proposition
Citizens of a state have the power to take initiative and pet…
20 terms
Civics goal 4 vocab
Federalism
Reserved powers
Concurrent powers
Grants-in-aid
Division of powers between national & state gov
Powers given only to states
Powers that are shared
Federal money given to states
Federalism
Division of powers between national & state gov
Reserved powers
Powers given only to states
50 terms
civics goal 4
activism
affirmative action
agenda
bias
a policy of taking direct and militant action to achieve a po…
A policy in educational admissions or job hiring that gives s…
(n.) the program for a meeting; a list, outline, or plan of t…
A particular preference or point of view that is personal, ra…
activism
a policy of taking direct and militant action to achieve a po…
affirmative action
A policy in educational admissions or job hiring that gives s…
22 terms
CIVICS GOAL 4!!
absentee voting
Caucus
electorate
gerrymandering
voting away from home state using absentee ballot
one way to receive party nomination
all registered voters
changing election voting lines
absentee voting
voting away from home state using absentee ballot
Caucus
one way to receive party nomination
50 terms
Civics Goal 4 Terms
Activism
Affirmative Action
Agenda
Bias
The practice of pursuing political or other goals through vig…
A policy designed to redress past discrimination against wome…
Plan of action; purpose
An inclination of temperament or outlook, especially a person…
Activism
The practice of pursuing political or other goals through vig…
Affirmative Action
A policy designed to redress past discrimination against wome…
50 terms
Civics - Goal 4 Vocab
activism
affirmative action
agenda
bias
a policy of taking direct and militant action to achieve a po…
programs intended to make up for past discrimination by helpi…
An organized outline of the information and decision items th…
A particular preference or point of view that is personal, ra…
activism
a policy of taking direct and militant action to achieve a po…
affirmative action
programs intended to make up for past discrimination by helpi…
40 terms
Goal 4: Civics&Economics
Federalists and Anti-Federalists
2 part system
Democrats and Republicans
Left/Liberal
Name the first two political parties in the United States.
What kind of party system does the US have?
What are the two dominant political parties in the US?
The Democratic Party's ideals tend to lean where?
Federalists and Anti-Federalists
Name the first two political parties in the United States.
2 part system
What kind of party system does the US have?
18 terms
goal # 4 Civics CATA
political parties
platform
canidates
political machines
organization that tries to influence gov. policy by promoting…
a series of statements expressing the party's principles, bel…
One who offers oneself or is proposed by others for an office.
Corrupt organized groups that controlled political parties in…
political parties
organization that tries to influence gov. policy by promoting…
platform
a series of statements expressing the party's principles, bel…
70 terms
Goal 4- civics and economics
electorate college
two party system
coalitions
one party system
this group officially elects the president of the united states
the US has this type of party system
Political parties within multi-party systems must form these…
a single party dominates the government (China, Cuba, N. Kore…
electorate college
this group officially elects the president of the united states
two party system
the US has this type of party system
45 terms
Goal 4 Civics Test
Majority Opinion
Concurring Opinion
Dissenting Opinion
Examples of felonies
Views of the majority of the justices in a court case
Views of a justice who votes with the majority for a differen…
Views of a justice who disagrees with the majority
murder, rape, kidnapping
Majority Opinion
Views of the majority of the justices in a court case
Concurring Opinion
Views of a justice who votes with the majority for a differen…
25 terms
Goal 4 Civics
1.What are the differences between maj…
2.What are examples of felonies and mi…
3.What is the role of the prosecutor a…
4.What are the roles of the people inv…
Majority: judicial opinion agreed to by more than half of the…
Misdemeanors: Assault, theft, traffic violations... Felonies: Mu…
A prosecutor is a lawyer who conducts the case against a defe…
1. Warrant Issued 2. Arrest 3. Booking 4. Preliminary hearing…
1.What are the differences between maj…
Majority: judicial opinion agreed to by more than half of the…
2.What are examples of felonies and mi…
Misdemeanors: Assault, theft, traffic violations... Felonies: Mu…
37 terms
Goal 4 Test - Civics
What are the differences between major…
What are examples of felonies and misd…
What is the role of the prosecutor and…
What are the roles of the people invol…
Majority: Presents the views of the majority of the justices…
Felonies: Kidnapping, rape, and murder... Misdemeanors: Stealin…
Government body that brings a charge against a defendant who…
There is a plaintiff (accuser) and the defendant. There are a…
What are the differences between major…
Majority: Presents the views of the majority of the justices…
What are examples of felonies and misd…
Felonies: Kidnapping, rape, and murder... Misdemeanors: Stealin…
36 terms
Civic Goal 4 Terms
Absentee Voting
Bipartisan
Caucus
Closed Primary
One that allows a person to vote without going to the polls o…
Of or involving the agreement of cooperation of two political…
A meting of the members of a legislative body who are members…
Serves to encourage party unity and prevent members of other…
Absentee Voting
One that allows a person to vote without going to the polls o…
Bipartisan
Of or involving the agreement of cooperation of two political…
63 terms
Goal 4 Civics Test Review
electoral college
two party system
one party system
watchdog
this group officially elects the president of the United States
the United States has this type of party system
a single political party dominates a government
the party out of office acts as one of these; they ensure tha…
electoral college
this group officially elects the president of the United States
two party system
the United States has this type of party system
32 terms
Civics - Goal 4 Study Guide
What are the differences between major…
What are examples of felonies and misd…
What is the role of the prosecutor and…
What are the roles of the people invol…
Majority Opinion: the opinion believed by the majority... Concur…
ANSWERS MAY VARY!... Felony: murder, treason, kidnapping... Misdeam…
The prosecutors job is to convince the jury/judge that the de…
Defendant: person being sued... Plaintiff: person bringing charges
What are the differences between major…
Majority Opinion: the opinion believed by the majority... Concur…
What are examples of felonies and misd…
ANSWERS MAY VARY!... Felony: murder, treason, kidnapping... Misdeam…
33 terms
goal 4 vocabulary civics and economics
duty
responsibility
tolerance
bureaucracy
A moral or legal obligation; a responsibility
A willingness to accept an obligation and be accountable or a…
the ablilty to agree with others beliefs and ideas
A large, complex organization composed of appointed officials
duty
A moral or legal obligation; a responsibility
responsibility
A willingness to accept an obligation and be accountable or a…
28 terms
Civics Goal 2.4 Quiz
Judicial Review
McCullough v. Maryland
De Facto
Brown v. Board of Education
What is the most important power of the Judicial Branch?
Which court case strengthened the elastic clause/implied powe…
Which is segregation that occurs by social or economic situat…
Which court case desegregated schools and said "separate was…
Judicial Review
What is the most important power of the Judicial Branch?
McCullough v. Maryland
Which court case strengthened the elastic clause/implied powe…
26 terms
Civics Quiz Goal 4.1
What does ghe US Constitution say abou…
What were the first two political part…
What is a one party system?
Define coalition.
Nothing
Federalists & Anti-Federalists
Government only allows one party to exist and run
Alliance of distinct parties
What does ghe US Constitution say abou…
Nothing
What were the first two political part…
Federalists & Anti-Federalists
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Competency Goal 4 Civics and Economics
A citizen interested in working to pro…
All of the following are North Carolin…
At its presidential nominating convent…
Citizens should be wary of political i…
at the precinct level.
residents must have lived in the voting precinct for at least…
platform
the information may be biased or misleading.
A citizen interested in working to pro…
at the precinct level.
All of the following are North Carolin…
residents must have lived in the voting precinct for at least…
32 terms
Civics Quiz Goal 4.2
Which election puts people in office?
Define Primary Election.
Your polling place is determined by wh…
What is canvassing?
General Election
Voters choose between candidates of the same oarty
Location
Going door to door to encourage people to vote for a candidate
Which election puts people in office?
General Election
Define Primary Election.
Voters choose between candidates of the same oarty
27 terms
Civic Quiz Goal 2.4
What is the most important power of th…
What court cases trenchermen the elast…
What is segregation that occurs by soc…
What rights are you made aware of when…
Judicial Review
McCullough v. Maryland
De Facto
- You have the right to remain silent... - Whatever you say can…
What is the most important power of th…
Judicial Review
What court cases trenchermen the elast…
McCullough v. Maryland
10 terms
Civics & Government - Goals CG.2 & CG.4
Natural Rights
Sovreignty
Constitutionalism
Check and Balances
Basic rights that are guaranteed to all persons; basic rights…
Ability of a state to govern its territory free from control…
The set of arrangements, including checks and balances, feder…
Kept any branch of government from becoming too powerful. One…
Natural Rights
Basic rights that are guaranteed to all persons; basic rights…
Sovreignty
Ability of a state to govern its territory free from control…
49 terms
Goal 4 Civics Test Study Guide
Majority Opinion
Concurring Opinion
Dissenting Opinion
Examples of felonies
Presents the views of the majority of the justices in a court…
The views of a justice who votes with the majority but for a…
The views of a justice who disagrees with the majority decision
murder, rape, kidnapping
Majority Opinion
Presents the views of the majority of the justices in a court…
Concurring Opinion
The views of a justice who votes with the majority but for a…
36 terms
Civics Goal Review: Goal 9
1. ________ measures the value of prod…
2. ________ measures products produced…
3. _________ GDP is GDP measured in co…
4. What measures the purchasing power…
GDP
GNP
Real GDP
Consumer Price Index/CPI
1. ________ measures the value of prod…
GDP
2. ________ measures products produced…
GNP
Goal 2: Civics&Economics
Popular sovereignty
Federalism
Limited government
Separation of powers
What basic principle of the US Constitution means that the pe…
What term means one federal government and several state gove…
What basic principle of the US Constitution means that the go…
Power in the US federal government is divided between the leg…
Popular sovereignty
What basic principle of the US Constitution means that the pe…
Federalism
What term means one federal government and several state gove…
37 terms
Civics Goal Review: Goal 8
1. What type of economy is based on ri…
2. In what type of economy do individu…
3. Communism is associated with what t…
4. Capitalism is associated with what…
Traditional Economy
Market Economy
Command Economy
Market Economy
1. What type of economy is based on ri…
Traditional Economy
2. In what type of economy do individu…
Market Economy
31 terms
Civics Goal Review: Goal 7
1. ____________ is/are essential for s…
2. What problem does economics work to…
3. Coal cannot be replaced once it is…
4. How would you describe our wants an…
Needs
Scarcity
Non-Renewable
Needs are necessary for survival while wants are goods/ servi…
1. ____________ is/are essential for s…
Needs
2. What problem does economics work to…
Scarcity
16 terms
Civics Goal Review: Goal 3
1. What is the NC legislature called?
2. What term describes one national go…
3. Who is the chief executive of our s…
4. How long is the term for governor?
General Assembly
Federalism
Governor
4 years
1. What is the NC legislature called?
General Assembly
2. What term describes one national go…
Federalism
29 terms
Civics Goal Review: Goal 5
1. At the federal level, who has the p…
2. How many US Courts of Appeals has b…
3. North Carolina is in the _________U…
4. How many US District Courts have be…
Congress
13
4th
94
1. At the federal level, who has the p…
Congress
2. How many US Courts of Appeals has b…
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Goal 5 Civics & Economics
acquittal
arraignment
bail
bill of attainder
a vote of not guilty
hearing in which a suspect is charged and pleads guilty or no…
sum of money used as a security deposit to ensure that an acc…
a law that punishes a person accused of a crime without a tri…
acquittal
a vote of not guilty
arraignment
hearing in which a suspect is charged and pleads guilty or no…
39 terms
Civics Goal Review: Goal 2
1. What basic principle of the US Cons…
2. What term means one federal governm…
3. What basic principle of the US Cons…
4. Power in the US federal government…
Popular Sovereignty
Federalism
Limited Government
Separation of Powers
1. What basic principle of the US Cons…
Popular Sovereignty
2. What term means one federal governm…
Federalism
40 terms
Civics Goal Review: Goal 1
1. What was the first document in the…
2. What was the first successful Engli…
3. What was the purpose of the Jamesto…
4. What was the purpose of the Plymout…
Mayflower Compact
Jamestown, Virginia
Religious Freedom & Tobacco production
Religious Freedom (Puritan)
1. What was the first document in the…
Mayflower Compact
2. What was the first successful Engli…
Jamestown, Virginia
45 terms
Civics Goal Review: Goal 6
1. What was the first know system of w…
2. What is meant by "eye for an eye?"
3. What set of laws established that t…
4. ________________means the study of…
Hammurabi's Code
Equal punishment for the crime committed
Justinian Code
Jurisprudence
1. What was the first know system of w…
Hammurabi's Code
2. What is meant by "eye for an eye?"
Equal punishment for the crime committed
29 terms
Goal 5: Civics&Economics
Congress
12
4th
94
At the federal level, who has the power to create lower feder…
How many US Courts of Appeals has been created?
North Carolina is in the ______ US District Court.
How many US District Courts have been created?
Congress
At the federal level, who has the power to create lower feder…
12
How many US Courts of Appeals has been created?
29 terms
Goal 5: Civics&Economics
Congress
12
4th
94
At the federal level, who has the power to create lower feder…
How many US Courts of Appeals has been created?
North Carolina is in the ______ US District Court.
How many US District Courts have been created?
Congress
At the federal level, who has the power to create lower feder…
12
How many US Courts of Appeals has been created?
Civics Goal 5
exclusive jurisdiction
US Senate
three
US District Court
power for only the federal courts to hear a case
who must approve appointments to the US Supreme Court
tHIS ARTICLE OF THE us cONSTITUTION CREATED THE us sUMPREME c…
Lowest federal court
exclusive jurisdiction
power for only the federal courts to hear a case
US Senate
who must approve appointments to the US Supreme Court
19 terms
GOAL 4
test someone out
delay
I suppose so
favour
sätta någon på prov
försening
jag antar det
tjänst
test someone out
sätta någon på prov
delay
försening
24 terms
Civics Goal 3
Third party
Ideological Party
platform
plank
a party that challenges the two major parties
a party that values principled stands on issues above all else
a series of statements expressing the party's principles, bel…
each individual part of a party's platform
Third party
a party that challenges the two major parties
Ideological Party
a party that values principled stands on issues above all else
83 terms
Civics & Economics - Goal 1
Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampsh…
Delaware, New Jersey, New York, Pennsy…
Georgia, Maryland, North Carolina, Sou…
New England Colonies
States in the New England Colonies (4)
States in the Middle Colonies (4)
States in the Southern Colonies (5)
Made money off of ship building, slave and fur trade, and lum…
Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampsh…
States in the New England Colonies (4)
Delaware, New Jersey, New York, Pennsy…
States in the Middle Colonies (4)
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