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