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unit 4 goverment
appropriation bills
bicameral system
censure
cloture
running bill or supply bill is a legislative motion (bill) th…
governmental system dividing the legislative function between…
Less severe than expulsion, a censure (sometimes referred to…
a procedure for ending a debate and taking a vote.
appropriation bills
running bill or supply bill is a legislative motion (bill) th…
bicameral system
governmental system dividing the legislative function between…
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Goverment Unit 4
Part 1
Part 1: Phase 1
Part 1: Phase 2
Part 1: Phase 3
The Nominating Contest
Announcement/campaigning
State caucuses & primary elections
National party conventions
Part 1
The Nominating Contest
Part 1: Phase 1
Announcement/campaigning
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Unit 4 Goverment Vocabulary
Embassy
Consulate
Passport
Visa
The official residence and offices of the ambassador and his…
Subsidiaries of embassies that function to promote American b…
A document that shows citizenship and entitles a traveler to…
A special document issued by the government of a country that…
Embassy
The official residence and offices of the ambassador and his…
Consulate
Subsidiaries of embassies that function to promote American b…
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Goverment unit 4
Cheif of state
Cheif legislator
Chief executive
Party leader
President must be a proud symbol of America ... -awarding colleg…
Gives the president power to influence law makers ... -inviting…
"Boss" of government workers, decides how laws are enforced,…
President promotes and helps those who support him. ... -traveli…
Cheif of state
President must be a proud symbol of America ... -awarding colleg…
Cheif legislator
Gives the president power to influence law makers ... -inviting…
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unit 4 goverment
The legalized segregation between back…
establishing separate public schools f…
is the legislative, or lawmaking, bran…
House might act as a check and balance…
Jim Crow Laws
Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, 1956
What does the congress do?
Why do we have a bicameral congress?
The legalized segregation between back…
Jim Crow Laws
establishing separate public schools f…
Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, 1956
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Unit 4 Goverment
Federalism
Separation of power
Executives branch
Legislative Branch
A system of government where the states and the national gove…
Power is divided in government among 3 branches: the Executiv…
The branch of the president. The president makes sure laws ar…
The branch also called Congress. Most work on bills happens i…
Federalism
A system of government where the states and the national gove…
Separation of power
Power is divided in government among 3 branches: the Executiv…
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Unit 4 Goverment
Rebellion
Compromise
Ratify
Amendment
Many people try to change the goverment of a country by prote…
Two diffrent sides decide to stay in the middle so they can e…
To make something official by signing it
To change the words or meaning of a law
Rebellion
Many people try to change the goverment of a country by prote…
Compromise
Two diffrent sides decide to stay in the middle so they can e…
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Unit 4 Vocabulary-National Goverment
Bicameral
Revenue
Cabinet
Ambassador
2 houses
Income
Group of policy advisers to the president
Official representative to foreign countries
Bicameral
2 houses
Revenue
Income
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unit 4 national goverment
Legislative Branch
Approve
National Government
Bicameral
The branch of government that has the power to make laws.... Al…
To officially agree to or accept
The political organization that maintains control of our nati…
A legislative (lawmaking) body that has two houses.... National…
Legislative Branch
The branch of government that has the power to make laws.... Al…
Approve
To officially agree to or accept
unit 4 national goverment
Legislative Branch
Approve
National Government
Bicameral
The branch of government that has the power to make laws.... Al…
To officially agree to or accept
The political organization that maintains control of our nati…
A legislative (lawmaking) body that has two houses.... National…
Legislative Branch
The branch of government that has the power to make laws.... Al…
Approve
To officially agree to or accept
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Unit 4 National goverment
Legislative Branch
Approve
National Government
Bicameral
The branch of government that has the power to make laws.... Al…
To officially agree to or accept
The political organization that maintains control of our nati…
A legislative (lawmaking) body that has two houses.... National…
Legislative Branch
The branch of government that has the power to make laws.... Al…
Approve
To officially agree to or accept
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UNIT 4 National Goverment
Legislative Branch
Approve
National Government
Bicameral
The branch of government that has the power to make laws.... Al…
To officially agree to or accept
The political organization that maintains control of our nati…
A legislative (lawmaking) body that has two houses.... National…
Legislative Branch
The branch of government that has the power to make laws.... Al…
Approve
To officially agree to or accept
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unit:4 natinal goverment
Legislative Branch
Approve
National Government
Bicameral
The branch of government that has the power to make laws.... Al…
To officially agree to or accept
The political organization that maintains control of our nati…
A legislative (lawmaking) body that has two houses.... National…
Legislative Branch
The branch of government that has the power to make laws.... Al…
Approve
To officially agree to or accept
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Unit 4 AP Goverment
Attitudinal View
Cloture Rule
Discharge Petition
Double Tracking
explanation of congressional voting which emphasizes the impa…
Prevents filibustering (16 signatures) and ends debate in the…
A procedure by which a bill in the House of Representatives m…
A procedure to keep the Senate going during a filibuster in w…
Attitudinal View
explanation of congressional voting which emphasizes the impa…
Cloture Rule
Prevents filibustering (16 signatures) and ends debate in the…
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American Goverment unit 4
Absentee Ballot
Battleground State
Caucus
Exit Polls
a mail-in ballot that voters can use to vote insteaad of goin…
states where the presidential vote is likely to be close
a meeting of party members to choose party officials of nomin…
a survey of voters taken as they leave the polling place to p…
Absentee Ballot
a mail-in ballot that voters can use to vote insteaad of goin…
Battleground State
states where the presidential vote is likely to be close
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Unit 4 Goverment Study Guide
What are the constitutional requiremen…
Describe steps between when a candidat…
How did the 12th Amendment change the…
What are the duties of the Vice-Presid…
- 35 years old... - natural born citizen... - resident of United St…
1. candidate campaigns to win delegate support... 2. Caucuses an…
president and vice president are elected by electoral college
- president of senate... - to cast a vote in the event of a Sena…
What are the constitutional requiremen…
- 35 years old... - natural born citizen... - resident of United St…
Describe steps between when a candidat…
1. candidate campaigns to win delegate support... 2. Caucuses an…
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Unit 4: National Goverment
1. Legislative Branch
2.Approve
3. National Government
4. Bicameral
Make Laws
Agree say yes to
All 50 states 3 Branches
2 houses
1. Legislative Branch
Make Laws
2.Approve
Agree say yes to
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Unit 4: Congress. AP Goverment
Appropriation
Appropriations Committee
Bill
Casework
Money that Congress has allocated to be spent.
Congressional committee that deals with federal spending.
Proposed law under consideration by a legislature.
Personal work done by a member of Congress for his constituen…
Appropriation
Money that Congress has allocated to be spent.
Appropriations Committee
Congressional committee that deals with federal spending.
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Unit 4: National Goverment (Legislative Branch)
Legislative Branch
Approve
National Government
Bicameral
The branch of government that has the power to make laws.... Al…
To officially agree to or accept
The political organization that maintains control of our nati…
A legislative (lawmaking) body that has two houses.... National…
Legislative Branch
The branch of government that has the power to make laws.... Al…
Approve
To officially agree to or accept
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American Goverment unit 4 short answers
Name 2 key provisions of the war power…
How did the process of selecting chair…
What is the markup funciton
Name 2 judicial powers of the president
1) The president can send troops in case of emergency but he…
Term limitations were implemented
The process by which congressional committees and subcommitte…
1) appoint judges ... 2) grant pardons
Name 2 key provisions of the war power…
1) The president can send troops in case of emergency but he…
How did the process of selecting chair…
Term limitations were implemented
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American Goverment Chapter 4
bill of attainder
civil liberties
commercial speech
double jeopardy
A legislative act that inflicts punishment on particular pers…
Individual rights protected by the Constitution against the p…
Advertising statements that describe products. Commercial spe…
The prosecution of a person twice for the same criminal offen…
bill of attainder
A legislative act that inflicts punishment on particular pers…
civil liberties
Individual rights protected by the Constitution against the p…
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united 4 natinal goverment
1. Legislative Branch
Approve
3. National Government
4. Bicameral
The branch of government that has the power to make laws.... Al…
To officially agree to or accept ... Agree
The political organization that maintains control of our nati…
A legislative (lawmaking) body that has two houses.... National…
1. Legislative Branch
The branch of government that has the power to make laws.... Al…
Approve
To officially agree to or accept ... Agree
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social studies, unit four: goverment
article 1-7 of constution (aka part 2)
amemdents (aka part 3)
preamble
goverment
1. legislative branch... 2.executive branch ... 3.judicial branch... 4…
peoples rights and the first 10 are the bill of rights
intro, mission statement or statement of pourpose
state policy enforced
article 1-7 of constution (aka part 2)
1. legislative branch... 2.executive branch ... 3.judicial branch... 4…
amemdents (aka part 3)
peoples rights and the first 10 are the bill of rights
Goverment unit
Goverment
Consitution
Govenor
Governed
A system that controls the countries decicions/rules
written and established rules and principles for which people…
those in charge of a government (leaders)
the people being ruled by leaders.
Goverment
A system that controls the countries decicions/rules
Consitution
written and established rules and principles for which people…
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Goverment Unit Review NPJH
Executive branch
Judicial branch
Legislative branch
bicameral
Division of the federal/national gov't that enforces laws t…
Division of the federal/national gov't that interprets the…
Division of the federal/national gov't that /makes/ and /pass…
Composed of _2_ Houses or chambers.
Executive branch
Division of the federal/national gov't that enforces laws t…
Judicial branch
Division of the federal/national gov't that interprets the…
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Goverment unit 1
Substantive representation
Descriptive representation
Majority minority district
Parliment
the tendency of elected officials to support an agenda based…
idea where elected representatives will represent the interes…
where a racial or ethnic minority makes up a large enough sha…
an assembly of party representatives that chooses a governmen…
Substantive representation
the tendency of elected officials to support an agenda based…
Descriptive representation
idea where elected representatives will represent the interes…
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Unit 2 Goverment
Government
Republic
Coup d"etat
Socialism
System of rules and laws for a society to foll
form of government where people choose leaders to repersent t…
Overthrow of the Government of the Government,Usually by a gr…
Government by the people,Rule of Majority,51%
Government
System of rules and laws for a society to foll
Republic
form of government where people choose leaders to repersent t…
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AP Goverment Unit 2 Vocab
census
reapportionment
gerrymandering
minority-majority
A valuable tool for understanding demographic changes. The Co…
The process of reallocating seats in the House of Representat…
Drawing district in such a way to benefit a particular intere…
The emergence of a non-Caucasian majority, as compared with a…
census
A valuable tool for understanding demographic changes. The Co…
reapportionment
The process of reallocating seats in the House of Representat…
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Goverment 4
Is there a prohibition on serving in C…
What is the largest federal agency?
What is the largest governmental organ…
What federal agencies are designed to…
yes
departments, ex: department of justice
independent regulatory agency
agency, commission, independent regulatory agencies
Is there a prohibition on serving in C…
yes
What is the largest federal agency?
departments, ex: department of justice
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Unit 6-Local Goverment
Adopt
Agenda
Appointed
Board of supervisors
to vote on and approve.
plant to implement.
placed in a position.
the legislative branch at the the county level of government.
Adopt
to vote on and approve.
Agenda
plant to implement.
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Unit 1 - Seeds of Self Goverment
colony
charter
compact
independence
A group of people in one place who are ruled by a parent coun…
A document that gives the holder the right to organize settle…
An agreement, or promise among a group of people.
Self-reliance and freedom from outside control.
colony
A group of people in one place who are ruled by a parent coun…
charter
A document that gives the holder the right to organize settle…
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Unit 2 : Foundation of Goverment
Baron de Montesquie
John Locke
Declaration of Independence
English Bill of Rights
french political philosopher who advocated the seperation of…
A seventeenth-century English philosopher. Locke argued again…
the formal statement written by Thomas Jefferson declaring th…
The 1689 English Bill of Rights was a British Law, passed by…
Baron de Montesquie
french political philosopher who advocated the seperation of…
John Locke
A seventeenth-century English philosopher. Locke argued again…
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Unit 1 American Goverment
Government
Public Policy
Article 1
Article 2
The institution through which a society makes and enforces it…
All things government decides to do
Legislative
Executive
Government
The institution through which a society makes and enforces it…
Public Policy
All things government decides to do
Unit 2:Foundations of Goverment
Baron de Montesquieu
john locke
Decleration Of Independence
English Bill Of Rights
Charles-Louis de Secondat, Baron de La Brède et de Montesquie…
ohn Locke FRS, was an English philosopher and physician regar…
he Declaration of Independence is defined as the formal state…
The English Bill of Rights is an act that the Parliament of E…
Baron de Montesquieu
Charles-Louis de Secondat, Baron de La Brède et de Montesquie…
john locke
ohn Locke FRS, was an English philosopher and physician regar…
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unit 2 goverment
Popular soverignty
judicial review
seperation of powers
cheacks and blsnces
the idea that government is created by and subject to the wil…
power to determine whether the actions of the legislative and…
the duties of governeing are divided ampong the 3 branches. t…
the system that gives each branch of goverment the power to c…
Popular soverignty
the idea that government is created by and subject to the wil…
judicial review
power to determine whether the actions of the legislative and…
16 terms
Goverment unit 1
State of Nature
Social Contract
Thomas Hobbs
John Locke
a concept used in moral and political philosophy, religion, s…
an implicit agreement among the members of a society to coope…
man in the state of nature
father of liberalism
State of Nature
a concept used in moral and political philosophy, religion, s…
Social Contract
an implicit agreement among the members of a society to coope…
13 terms
Unit 1 goverment
Self-evident
Endowed
Unalienable
Instituted
axiomatic
Given as a gift
not to be taken away
set up, or established
Self-evident
axiomatic
Endowed
Given as a gift
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Unit 1 Goverment
Virginia plan
New jersey plan
Great compromise
Amendment 1
Representation in congress based on state pop
Representation in congress will be 2 seats per state
2 members in senate... Population of state for house
Freedom of speech assembly press religion petition
Virginia plan
Representation in congress based on state pop
New jersey plan
Representation in congress will be 2 seats per state
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Goverment unit one vocab
Representative dmocracy
Direct democracy
Republic
Limited goveement
A system where elected leaders exercise power on the behalf o…
Citizens exercise the power, and partcipate in the decision m…
A nation where the supreme power rest in the hands of the peo…
A goverment that is restricted by a constitution
Representative dmocracy
A system where elected leaders exercise power on the behalf o…
Direct democracy
Citizens exercise the power, and partcipate in the decision m…
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Goverment Unit 1
Politics
Goverment
Autocracy
Monarchy
A process or decision of how to eun socities with scarce reso…
People or an institution who makes laws and enforces them
System of goverment where one person has absolute power
Single ruler of a land (choosen by God)
Politics
A process or decision of how to eun socities with scarce reso…
Goverment
People or an institution who makes laws and enforces them
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Unit 1 Goverment
Self-evident
Endowed
Unalienable
Liberty
obvious; requiring no proof or explanation.
Given
not to be taken away
Freedom
Self-evident
obvious; requiring no proof or explanation.
Endowed
Given
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Goverment terms unit 1
Limited goverment
Repersentative goverment
Seperation of powers
Rule of law
a system of government that is bound to certain principles of…
historically denoted a system in which people elect their law…
a constitutional government with three separate branches of g…
the restriction of the arbitrary exercise of power by subordi…
Limited goverment
a system of government that is bound to certain principles of…
Repersentative goverment
historically denoted a system in which people elect their law…
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Unit two goverment
Right Wing
Left Wing
Liberal
Conservative
Parties include conservative, Christian, democrats classical…
Supports Social equality and egalitarianism , often in opposi…
Open to new behavior or opinion and willing to discard tradit…
Holding to traditional attitudes and valves and cautious abou…
Right Wing
Parties include conservative, Christian, democrats classical…
Left Wing
Supports Social equality and egalitarianism , often in opposi…
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unit 1 goverment vocab
Representative Democracy
Direct Democracy
Republic
Limited Government
a poilitical system in which power is exercised by elected le…
a democratic form of government in which citizens participate…
a nation in which supreme power rests with the citizens and i…
A political system in which powers exercised by the governmen…
Representative Democracy
a poilitical system in which power is exercised by elected le…
Direct Democracy
a democratic form of government in which citizens participate…
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Goverment unit one
Autocracy
Dictatorship
Totalitarian
Ideology
A system of government ruled by one person who has absoloute…
A country run by a dictator who has absolute power.
Exercising control over the freedom, will, or thought of othe…
A system of ideas that form the basics of economic or politic…
Autocracy
A system of government ruled by one person who has absoloute…
Dictatorship
A country run by a dictator who has absolute power.
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Unit 1 Vocab (Goverment)
Representative Democracy
Direct Democracy
Republic
Limited Goverment
A Political system in which power is exercised by elected lea…
A democratic form of government in which citizens participate…
A nation in which supreme power rests with the citizens W and…
A political system in which powers exercised by the Goverment…
Representative Democracy
A Political system in which power is exercised by elected lea…
Direct Democracy
A democratic form of government in which citizens participate…
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GOVERMENT UNIT 2
article
amendment
Enumerated powers
Elastic clause
a particular item or object, typically one of a specified type.
a minor change in a document.
are a list of items found in Article I, Section 8 of the U.S.…
a statement in the U.S. Constitution granting Congress the po…
article
a particular item or object, typically one of a specified type.
amendment
a minor change in a document.
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Unit 1 Goverment
Citizen
Naturalization
Jus soli
Jus sanguins
One who owes allegiance to a nation and is entitled to its pr…
Naturalization is the legal act or process by which a non-cit…
Citizenship determined by place of birth, "law of soil"
Citizenship that is determined by parentage, "law of blood"
Citizen
One who owes allegiance to a nation and is entitled to its pr…
Naturalization
Naturalization is the legal act or process by which a non-cit…
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Unit 5 vocab Goverment
Bipartisanship
Budget deficit
Deficit spending
Deregulation
support from both parties for policy, e.g., a bipartisan fore…
results when federal expenditures exceed federal revenues for…
the federal government's practice of spending more money than…
elimination of federal regulations on private companies.
Bipartisanship
support from both parties for policy, e.g., a bipartisan fore…
Budget deficit
results when federal expenditures exceed federal revenues for…
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Goverment chapter 4
Intersate Compact
extradite
preemption
mandate
the agreement between states and forgien governments
return a fugitive who runs across state lines and back to the…
the federal governments's ability to take over a state govern…
a formal order given by a higher authority
Intersate Compact
the agreement between states and forgien governments
extradite
return a fugitive who runs across state lines and back to the…
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