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