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Federal Government Test 2 Review Sheet
David Truman
Putnam
Olson
Political Socialization
(1951) - Disturbance Theory First there has to be a problem t…
"Bowling Alone" - His point is that people go and do stuff,…
Political Theorist - "collective good". Public benefit that i…
Process by which an individual pains particular values & beli…
David Truman
(1951) - Disturbance Theory First there has to be a problem t…
Putnam
"Bowling Alone" - His point is that people go and do stuff,…
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Federal Government Review Sheet Exam #2
TRUE OR FALSE?... The United States larg…
Pork-barreling
Earmarks
What other activities may legislators…
TRUE... The United States largely follows Common Law
Special projects or appropriations to the congressional membe…
if the pork barreling project has a name, it is known as an e…
Logrolling: Agreements by Congressmen to support each other's…
TRUE OR FALSE?... The United States larg…
TRUE... The United States largely follows Common Law
Pork-barreling
Special projects or appropriations to the congressional membe…
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AP US Government Monster Vocab Sheet (Parson)- The Constitution and Federalism
Federalism
Dual Federalism
Cooperative Federalism
Block Grants
A system of government in which power is distributed among ce…
A system of government in which both the states and the natio…
A system of government in which powers and policy assignments…
Grants ($) given to the states by the federal government for…
Federalism
A system of government in which power is distributed among ce…
Dual Federalism
A system of government in which both the states and the natio…
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Final Exam Review Sheet: Honors Government -- Federal Budget
Bureaucracy
Approval Process
Treasury Department
Federal Reserve Bank
A large, complex organization composed of appointed officials…
Specifies the steps necessary for a record to be approved and…
Executive department and the Treasury of the United States fe…
Controls the amount of money in circulation, can tighten mone…
Bureaucracy
A large, complex organization composed of appointed officials…
Approval Process
Specifies the steps necessary for a record to be approved and…
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US Government Course Review Sheet
democratic government
state jurisdiction
legislative branch
judicial branch
a form of government in which the supreme authority rests wit…
state courts have exclusive jurisdiction over all matters to…
the branch of the United States government that has the power…
the branch of the United States government responsible for th…
democratic government
a form of government in which the supreme authority rests wit…
state jurisdiction
state courts have exclusive jurisdiction over all matters to…
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Federalism
Block grant
Categorical grant
Checks and Balances
Commerce Clause
money granted by the federal government to the states for a b…
money granted by the federal government to the states for a n…
system in which each branch of government can limit the power…
gives Congress the power to regulate commerce among the state…
Block grant
money granted by the federal government to the states for a b…
Categorical grant
money granted by the federal government to the states for a n…
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AP Gov Unit 2 Federalism Vocab
Devolution Revolution
Implied Powers
Concurrent Powers
Preemption
Transferring responsibility for policies from the federal gov…
Powers of the federal government that go beyond those enumera…
Powers held by both the Federal government and State governme…
When state law and federal law conflict, federal law displace…
Devolution Revolution
Transferring responsibility for policies from the federal gov…
Implied Powers
Powers of the federal government that go beyond those enumera…
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US Government Unit 3
expressed powers
concurrent powers
reserved powers
"full faith and credit"
synonym for enumerated powers
powers shared by federal and state governments
Amendment 10 covers powers reserved to states and people
states have to respect the laws of other states
expressed powers
synonym for enumerated powers
concurrent powers
powers shared by federal and state governments
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ap Gov and poly federalism note sheet
InheriFederalism
Confederal system
Federal system
Unitary system
The form of political organization in which power is divided…
Weak central government with strong state governments... (Ex: ci…
Equally strong central and state governments... (Ex: USA or mexi…
Strong central governments with NO state power... (Ex: france)
InheriFederalism
The form of political organization in which power is divided…
Confederal system
Weak central government with strong state governments... (Ex: ci…
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Chapter 3 (Federalism)
Unitary System
Delegated or Enumerated Powers
Necessary and Proper Clause (Elastic C…
Concurrent Powers
A centralized governmental system in which local or subdivisi…
Powers specifically granted to the national government by the…
The clause in Article I, Section 8, that grants Congress the…
Powers held jointly by the national and state governments.
Unitary System
A centralized governmental system in which local or subdivisi…
Delegated or Enumerated Powers
Powers specifically granted to the national government by the…
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Government Review Sheet Part 1
DeJure Segregation
DeFacto Segregation
Substantive Due Process
Procedural Due Process
Segregation by law (illegal and unconstitutional)
Segregation in reality
The law itself must be fair
Government (police) have to follow procedures in enforcement…
DeJure Segregation
Segregation by law (illegal and unconstitutional)
DeFacto Segregation
Segregation in reality
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Unit 7 Cover Sheet
Great Crash of 1929
Black Tuesday
Buying on Margin
Speculation
The crash was derived from poor economic policies, income tha…
October 29, 1929; date of the worst stock-market crash in Ame…
Purchasing stock with a little money down with the promise of…
Act of buying stocks at great risk with the anticipation that…
Great Crash of 1929
The crash was derived from poor economic policies, income tha…
Black Tuesday
October 29, 1929; date of the worst stock-market crash in Ame…
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AP Gov Unit 2 Federalism terms
Devolution Revolution
Implied Powers
Concurrent Powers
Preemption
Transferring responsibility for policies from the federal gov…
Powers of the federal government that go beyond those enumera…
Powers held by both the Federal government and State governme…
When state law and federal law conflict, federal law displace…
Devolution Revolution
Transferring responsibility for policies from the federal gov…
Implied Powers
Powers of the federal government that go beyond those enumera…
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Unit 6 Cover Sheet
Nativism
Quota System
Isolationism
Anarchists
An anti-foreign feeling that arose in the 1840's and 1850's i…
An arrangement placing a limit on the number of immigrants fr…
A policy of nonparticipation in international economic and po…
people who oppose all forms of organized government
Nativism
An anti-foreign feeling that arose in the 1840's and 1850's i…
Quota System
An arrangement placing a limit on the number of immigrants fr…
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US Government Course Review Sheet
democratic government
state jurisdiction
legislative branch
judicial branch
a form of government in which the supreme authority rests wit…
state courts have exclusive jurisdiction over all matters to…
the branch of the United States government that has the power…
the branch of the United States government responsible for th…
democratic government
a form of government in which the supreme authority rests wit…
state jurisdiction
state courts have exclusive jurisdiction over all matters to…
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US Government Course Review Sheet
democratic government
state jurisdiction
legislative branch
judicial branch
a form of government in which the supreme authority rests wit…
state courts have exclusive jurisdiction over all matters to…
the branch of the United States government that has the power…
the branch of the United States government responsible for th…
democratic government
a form of government in which the supreme authority rests wit…
state jurisdiction
state courts have exclusive jurisdiction over all matters to…
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Chapter 3 (Federalism)
Unitary System
Delegated or Enumerated Powers
Necessary and Proper Clause (Elastic C…
Concurrent Powers
A centralized governmental system in which local or subdivisi…
Powers specifically granted to the national government by the…
The clause in Article I, Section 8, that grants Congress the…
Powers held jointly by the national and state governments.
Unitary System
A centralized governmental system in which local or subdivisi…
Delegated or Enumerated Powers
Powers specifically granted to the national government by the…
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Wasserman Government Vocabulary II
allegiance
Articles of Confederation
ballot
campaign
loyalty or support to something, especially a nation
the first government of the U.S. that gave all the power to t…
a sheet of paper or a card used to cast or register a vote
organized events that help people achieve a goal, such asa ge…
allegiance
loyalty or support to something, especially a nation
Articles of Confederation
the first government of the U.S. that gave all the power to t…
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KH: AP NSL Ch. 3: Federalism Capture Sheet
Systems of Government
Confederate Gov't.
Unitary Gov't.
Federal Gov't.
C - U - F
NATIONAL POWER derives power from states (i.e. European Union)
Local and Regional Gov't. that derive all power from STRONG N…
Power is SHARED between BOTH Gov'ts.
Systems of Government
C - U - F
Confederate Gov't.
NATIONAL POWER derives power from states (i.e. European Union)
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Govt Review Sheet Part 2
indictment
Bill of Attainder
writ of assistance
4 6th amendment rights to an adequate…
Both GJ and prosecutor believe there is enough evidence for a…
Punishment without trial (unconstitutional)
Blanket search warrant
1) Right to be informed of accusations against you... 2) Right t…
indictment
Both GJ and prosecutor believe there is enough evidence for a…
Bill of Attainder
Punishment without trial (unconstitutional)
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Federalism Review Sheet
Expressed Powers
Delegate Powers
Enabling Act
Extradition
-Delegated to the National Government... -27 specific powers gra…
Powers granted to the federal government in the Constitution
People frame a state constitution and put it to a popular vot…
Legal process where fugitive is returned to a state from anot…
Expressed Powers
-Delegated to the National Government... -27 specific powers gra…
Delegate Powers
Powers granted to the federal government in the Constitution
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Federalism Review Sheet
Federalism
Unitary
Confederal
Supremacy Clause
A system in which power is divided between the national and s…
A nation-state that has a centralized government and administ…
a system of government where power is located with the indepe…
Article VI of the Constitution, which makes the Constitution,…
Federalism
A system in which power is divided between the national and s…
Unitary
A nation-state that has a centralized government and administ…
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Government II
allegiance
Articles of Confederation
Assembly
ballot
loyalty or support to something especially a nation
the first government of the United States that gave all the p…
the group that works with the Senate to help make laws
a sheet of paper or a card used to cast or register a vote
allegiance
loyalty or support to something especially a nation
Articles of Confederation
the first government of the United States that gave all the p…
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Federalism Review
categorical grant
block grant
act of admission
enabling act
a federal grant made for a specific reason or purpose
a federal grant made for a broad purpose
must be signed by the President
an act directing a territory to write a state constitution
categorical grant
a federal grant made for a specific reason or purpose
block grant
a federal grant made for a broad purpose
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Government in America: Chapter 14 (The Congress, The President, and the Budget: The Politics of Taxing and Spending) Key Terms
budget
deficit
expenditures
revenues
A policy document allocating burdens (taxes) and benefits (ex…
An excess of federal expenditures over federal revenues.
Federal spending of revenues. Major areas such as spending ar…
The financial resources of the federal government. The indivi…
budget
A policy document allocating burdens (taxes) and benefits (ex…
deficit
An excess of federal expenditures over federal revenues.
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AP Gov Federalism Quiz Review Sheet
Enumerated powers
Powers denied to states
Powers denied to the national governem…
10th Amendment
Article I, Section 8. They give the national government power…
Article I, Section 10
Article I, Section 9
"reserve powers" or "police powers" of the states. ("powers n…
Enumerated powers
Article I, Section 8. They give the national government power…
Powers denied to states
Article I, Section 10
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American National Government - Test 1 Review Sheet
Government
Politics
Policymaking system
Policy agenda
institutions and processes through which public policies are…
process by which we select our governmental leaders--politics…
process by which policy comes into being and evolves over time.
the issues that attract the serious attention of public offic…
Government
institutions and processes through which public policies are…
Politics
process by which we select our governmental leaders--politics…
great depression unit cover sheet terms
installment buying
teapot dome scandal
laissez-faire
Harlem renaissance
A consumers buys products by promising to pay small, regular…
-Secretary of Interior Albert Fall was secretly bribed to lea…
Idea that government should play as small a role as possible…
Black literary and artistic movement centered in Harlem that…
installment buying
A consumers buys products by promising to pay small, regular…
teapot dome scandal
-Secretary of Interior Albert Fall was secretly bribed to lea…
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Federalism
federalism
expressed powers
implied powers
inherent powers
A system in which power is divided between the national and s…
directly expressed in the constitution, delegated to the nati…
powers not said in the constitution but are implied (national)
Powers that exist for the national govt b/c the govt is sover…
federalism
A system in which power is divided between the national and s…
expressed powers
directly expressed in the constitution, delegated to the nati…
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AP Gov Chapter 3-4 - Constitution/Federalism
John Locke
Charles de Montesquieu
Shays' Rebellion
13
English philosopher who enshrined life, liberty, and property…
French philosopher who wrote "Spirit of the Laws" and argued…
Farmer revolt in Massachusetts lead by Daniel Shays that high…
Number of states required to amend the Articles of Confederat…
John Locke
English philosopher who enshrined life, liberty, and property…
Charles de Montesquieu
French philosopher who wrote "Spirit of the Laws" and argued…
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US Government Course Review Sheet
democratic government
state jurisdiction
legislative branch
judicial branch
a form of government in which the supreme authority rests wit…
state courts have exclusive jurisdiction over all matters to…
the branch of the United States government that has the power…
the branch of the United States government responsible for th…
democratic government
a form of government in which the supreme authority rests wit…
state jurisdiction
state courts have exclusive jurisdiction over all matters to…
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AP Government: The Federal Courts
judicial review
judicial restraint approach
judicial activist approach
constitutional court
The power of courts to declare laws unconstitutional
The view that judges should decide cases strictly on the basi…
The view that judges should discern the general principles un…
A federal court authorized by Article III of the Constitution…
judicial review
The power of courts to declare laws unconstitutional
judicial restraint approach
The view that judges should decide cases strictly on the basi…
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Federalism and Nationalism -- AMERICAN GOVERNMENT
block grants
civic voluntarism
concurrent powers
confederation
national government funding provided to state and local gover…
citizen participation in public life without government incen…
governmental authority shared by national and state governmen…
a group of independent states or nations that yield some of t…
block grants
national government funding provided to state and local gover…
civic voluntarism
citizen participation in public life without government incen…
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Government in America: Chapter 14 (The Congress, The President, and the Budget: The Politics of Taxing and Spending) Key Terms
budget
deficit
expenditures
revenues
A policy document allocating burdens (taxes) and benefits (ex…
An excess of federal expenditures over federal revenues.
Federal spending of revenues. Major areas such as spending ar…
The financial resources of the federal government. The indivi…
budget
A policy document allocating burdens (taxes) and benefits (ex…
deficit
An excess of federal expenditures over federal revenues.
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Government - Chapter 7 Vocabulary
Private Bill
Public Bill
Simple Resolution
Joint Resolution
A bill dealing with individual people or places
A bill dealing with general matters and applying to the entir…
A statement adopted to cover matters affecting only one house…
A resolution passed by both houses of Congress dealing with u…
Private Bill
A bill dealing with individual people or places
Public Bill
A bill dealing with general matters and applying to the entir…
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WC Unit 9 Cover Sheet
Totalitarianism
Great Purge
Command Economy
Five-Year Plans
A form of government that permits no individual freedom, char…
Stalin's campaign of terror directed at those who threatened…
A system in which the government makes all economic decisions…
Stalin's plans for the development of the SU's economy, which…
Totalitarianism
A form of government that permits no individual freedom, char…
Great Purge
Stalin's campaign of terror directed at those who threatened…
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AP Government Chapter 13
Budget
Deficit
Expenditures
Revenues
A policy document allocating burdens (taxes) and benefits (ex…
An excess of federal expenditures over federal revenues.
Federal spending of revenues. Major areas such as spending ar…
The financial resources of the federal government. The indivi…
Budget
A policy document allocating burdens (taxes) and benefits (ex…
Deficit
An excess of federal expenditures over federal revenues.
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Unit Federalism and State Government Ch 24
Initiative
Police Power
pardon
Criminal law
A process in which a certain number of qualified voters sign…
Power to protect and promote the public health, the public sa…
Release a person from the legal consequences of a crime.
Portion of the law that defines public wrongs--offenses again…
Initiative
A process in which a certain number of qualified voters sign…
Police Power
Power to protect and promote the public health, the public sa…
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WC Unit 8 Cover Sheet
Militarism
Alliances
Imperialism
Nationalism
The glorification of military power and keeping a standing ar…
A group of nations who cooperate to achieve a common goal
The takeover of a country by a more powerful one
Deep devotion to one's nation or people, possibly leading to…
Militarism
The glorification of military power and keeping a standing ar…
Alliances
A group of nations who cooperate to achieve a common goal
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GH Unit 9 Cover Sheet
Totalitarianism
Great Purge
Command Economy
Five-Year Plans
Form of government that permits no individual freedom and see…
The widespread arrests and executions of over a million peopl…
An economic system in which the government controls a country…
Stalin's economic policy to rebuild the Soviet economy after…
Totalitarianism
Form of government that permits no individual freedom and see…
Great Purge
The widespread arrests and executions of over a million peopl…
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Unit Federalism and State Government Ch 24
Initiative
Police Power
pardon
Criminal law
A process in which a certain number of qualified voters sign…
Power to protect and promote the public health, the public sa…
Release a person from the legal consequences of a crime.
Portion of the law that defines public wrongs--offenses again…
Initiative
A process in which a certain number of qualified voters sign…
Police Power
Power to protect and promote the public health, the public sa…
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Federalism II
horizontal federalism
interstate compacts
extradition
privileges and immunities clause
the state to state relationships created by the US Constituti…
agreements between states that Congress has the authority to…
the return of individuals accused of a crime to the state in…
the Constitution's requirement that a state extend to other s…
horizontal federalism
the state to state relationships created by the US Constituti…
interstate compacts
agreements between states that Congress has the authority to…
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U.S. Government Chapter 4 Federalism
a system of government in which a writ…
basic principle of federalism; the con…
those powers, expressed, implied, or i…
those delegated powers of the National…
federalism
division of powers
delegated powers
expressed powers
a system of government in which a writ…
federalism
basic principle of federalism; the con…
division of powers
Gov. Test: Federalism
Delegated Powers
Federalism
Federalism creates two basic levels of…
Each level has some powers ... to the…
The national government has only those powers delegated (gran…
A system of government in which a written constitution divide…
overlap.
denied
Delegated Powers
The national government has only those powers delegated (gran…
Federalism
A system of government in which a written constitution divide…
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Unit 5: Government Test Review Sheet
Republicanism
Popular sovereignty
Federalism
Limited government
Voting for our leaders
Government rules with the consent of the people; people rule
Sharing of power between states and the Federal government
We all must follow the law; governmental powers are restricte…
Republicanism
Voting for our leaders
Popular sovereignty
Government rules with the consent of the people; people rule
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Current Vocabulary
Majority Rule
checks and balances ... unitary system sy…
unitary system
federalism
a fundamental democratic principle requiring that the majorit…
system in which each branch of government can limit the power…
system of government in which all power is invested in a cent…
a system of government in which power is divided by a written…
Majority Rule
a fundamental democratic principle requiring that the majorit…
checks and balances ... unitary system sy…
system in which each branch of government can limit the power…
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United States and Canada vocabulary
Landform
Glacier
Erosion
River System
features of Earth's surface, such as mountains, valleys, and…
thick sheet of ice that moves slowly across land
when wind, rivers, and rain wear away soil and stone
network of major rivers and streams
Landform
features of Earth's surface, such as mountains, valleys, and…
Glacier
thick sheet of ice that moves slowly across land
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The Federal Court System C5S1
Appeal
Appellate Jurisdiction
Circuit
Court of Appeals
to ask that a court case be reviewed by a higher court
the power to review cases that have already been decided by l…
an area covered by a court of appeals
a court that can review and overturnthe decision of a lower c…
Appeal
to ask that a court case be reviewed by a higher court
Appellate Jurisdiction
the power to review cases that have already been decided by l…
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The Presidency in Action
Executive Article
mass media
imperial presidency
oath of office
The part of the constitution (Article II) that establishes th…
Forms of communication, such as newspapers, magazines, radio,…
Critic's term for the strong use of presidential power in way…
a promise the president makes on the day he takes office, ple…
Executive Article
The part of the constitution (Article II) that establishes th…
mass media
Forms of communication, such as newspapers, magazines, radio,…
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Federalism
Federalism
Three types of powers
Delegated
Enumerated(expressed)
Divides power between the central government and state govern…
Delegated... Reserved... Concurrent
Powers granted to the national government
Specifically listed in the constitution (ex:collect taxes,coi…
Federalism
Divides power between the central government and state govern…
Three types of powers
Delegated... Reserved... Concurrent
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