2002 Q Areas terms concepts
1 amendment executive agreement
1 amendment-general what
1 amendment majoritarian politics is the voter turnout rate in elections?
1 amendment 1 amendment
pp-id/voting behavior 10 amendment plurality
election-congressional-int 10 amendment right of privacy
President appointment-SC 14 amendment redress laws and actions the 14th amendment was to nullify
interpret-table-elections 14 amendment categorical grants
public opinion-presidential 14 amendment executive order
Constitution-incorporation 14 amendment Census how 18-26 yos have traditionally voted
14 amend-specifically related laws 14 amendment ensure who finds it easier to influence the public, the P or cong
14 amendment-sc interpretation 14 amendment entrepreneurial politics
what factors must be present to say that party realignment has take
election-critical elections 5 amendment clause
free expression rn
bureaucracy-indep reg agencies bureaucracies
sc-griswold and roe-right of privacy bureaucracy
bureaucracy-omb bureaucracy what kind
winner-take-all elections of grants does the federal govt prefer to give
elections-single member district civil rights municipality Miranda
president-lobbying congress civil rights solicitor generalfederalism-layer v marble cake
congress-1992 election civil rights whip how does congress control the bureaucracy?
civil rights-segregation civil rights
civil rights civil rights
constitution-federalism congress compare/contrast H v S
"one person, one vote"
1 amendment-religion congress graph
single member district
special interest-lobbying congress graph
checks and balances
Civil rights-VRA 65 Congress infringement
political identity-culture Congress
elections-directly elected congress closed primary sc-original v appellate jurisdiction
SC-removing judges congress white house office
president-nomination process congress process of impeachment
president-constitutional powers congress of 1973
War Powers Actwhat most influences how person votes
election-congressional-int congress how sc determines cases it hears
Montgomery Bus boycott
congress-making unconst laws const congress how federalism diversifies public policy
necessary and proper/elastic clause
president-war powers act congress incumbency impounding budget funding
Congress-rules in H and S congress what
malapportionment is unconstitutional about the line item veto?
congress-redistricting congress iron triangle how are roe and Griswald similar?
congress-oversight powers congress mediate table
president-line item veto congress
policy-iron triangle congress
congress-cloture congress impropriety how does media influence public opinion?
congress-redistricting congress how is the number of justices on the sc changed?
congress-legislative process congress IG politics voters in primary elections are most likely to be…than th
congress-committees congress compare the leg process in the H and S
congress-legislative process congress
pp-organization constitution supremacy clause appointment process
congress-redistricting constitution R
affirmative action N
president-line item veto constitution discretionary
special interest-PACs constitution
const-checks and balances-appntmnt constitution
sc-free speech constitution partisan historic presidential nomination process
civil rights-discrimination constitution Commission
Federal Electiongeneralized Earl Warren's Court decisions
const-reserved powers constitution rn
constitution-general constitution framers what are primary functions of the constitution?
constitution-exclusionary rule constitution detrimental PACs-in general
constitution-elastic clause constitution bully pulpit how has the modern P nomination process changed ov
constitution-elastic clause constitution allocation why would the president use an executive order rather t
constitution-general constitution graph what are the trends of reelection for Senators?
president-impeachment democracy implied powers why doesn't the president have total influence over his c
democracy-participation democracy why did benefits
distributed/concentratedam become a 2 PP system?
election behavior election gerrymanderingredistricting
SC-interpreting amendment election c
political affiliationongressional committees
electoral college-campaigning election franking mandates
elections-activists election 1964
civil rights act ofCartoon int-means the question was interpreted
congress-franking election imposition table
grant funding-most free to spend election impeach chart
checks and balances-c/p election incorporation
election-primary election conservative direct elections/electoral college
federalism-basic concept election vested cong-how laws ruled unconst are made const
Congress-budget and president-acts election third party incumbency advantage in cong elections
election-voting behavior in p elections election innovation what kind of Cong laws are most likely to be constested
elections-incumbency election private bills what do the different committees do?
election-public financing election majority election
elections-allocation of electoral votes election McCulloch v Maryland
bureaucracy-source of power election
election-primaries v convention system election which specific groups
convention system (P nominations) are most likely to vote D? R?
elections-groups election nullify in which policy area will congress always defer to the P?
election-presidential nomination election governance what did the framers intend when they devised the way
election-split ticket voting election how did the constitution alter the national gov's econom
independent regulatory agencies
election-electoral college election what is always true about a committee's chair?
election-one member one vote election cartoon how do members of congress communicate w/their con
elections-party realignment election
election-incumbency and the Senate election
1 amendment-general elections Rn
federalist paper #10 elections selective incorporation
SC-interpretation-original intent elections political action committee (PAC)
policy-budget-int elections blanket primary cong-committee system in H v S
election-voting behavior by group elections
media-pres election coverage elections Sweatt v Painter
congress-laws contested in courts elections
elections-incumbency elections revenue sharinghow do congressional committees change (limit/enhanc
Grants-in aid federalism political region grants
fiscal-cooperative federalism federalism legislative veto 14th amendment
voting behavior-general federalism Dred
unfunded mandate Scott
sc-incorporation doctrine federalism filibuster
SC-Roe v Wade federalism appropriations committee
constitution-shay's rebellion federalism Shay's Rebellion Cong-creating cabinet offices in the executive branch
federalism-federalist paper #10 federalism political factionswhat did Madison say made democracies difficult to exi
federalism-consequences federalism what tact test"
"clear and present dangerdid congress take to ban segregation in public
federalism-budget federalism rn how have voter groups shifted from party to party?
interest groups-PACs interest groups cloture how have interest groups replaced the role of pp?
interest groups-advocacy interest groups articulate most criminal cases are decided by?
interest groups-advocacy interest groups what laws have most increased the rights of women?
judicial judicial judicial restraintwhat does the line item veto allow the president to contr
constitution-AoC media ways and means committee
PP-generalizations media Griswold v Connecticut
media-influences of public opinion media The
due process of law elastic clause allows what am govt fundamental pro
Congress-redistricting voting rights act table
party identification of 1965
interest group-PAC policy open primary removing federal judges
policy-federalism policy proportional election
president-influencing cab members policy
policy-FOIA policy efficient differ between elitism, pluraism, bureaucratic theory, an
Congress H v S policy-budget critical elections/party alignment
Congress-appointment confirmation political identification
congress-budget coms in h and s political identification
political identity-int liberal
political identification political action committees
political identity-socialization decentralizationhow are electoral votes distributed by most states?
political identification-int client
political identification politics IGs are most likely to influence what kind of policies (rem
political identification-culture politics
14th amendment-why it was written PP political culture
"wall of separation"
Cong-committees in general pp
pp pp rn what influences voters most when they vote for presiden
presidential veto president primary presidential elections
HoR-committee process president incorporation
Federal Reserve Board
president-staff president block grants graph
election-presidential-process president table
search and seize
checks and balances- president entitlements (budget)
federalism-unfunded mandates president socialization
elections- federal laws president implied
political identity-socialization president terms of office-sc justice
president-vp selection process president primary committees-standing/ad hoc
special interest-lobbying president Cong-H and S rules of
Budget and Impoundment Control Act procedure Compare/contrast
congress-standing committees president surpass many ways citizens access political process
congress-general knowledge president party platform how have pres powers increased over time?
democracy-citizen access to politics president What
enumerated powers gives a bureaucracy political power over the branc
president-imperial president president indirect electiongraph
const-relig-establishment clause president
president-white house staff president nonpartisan what are the rules concerning a veto (include cong over
president-veto president plea bargaining how do primaries weaken the pp system?
president-over congress president audit how are citizens most likely to participate in the political
president-lobbying president appropriate compare how supportive Americans are of the 1st amen
president-line item veto president how has the sc used the 14th amendment?
split ticket voting
president-constitutional power president what are the
Freedom of Information Act consequences of governance after split tic
president-vs congress president rn how have American's attitude towards govt changed ov
policy-federal budget spending original intent
sc-source of cases jurisdiction
president/congress Shay's and nationalism
political identity ratify
constitution-checks and balances public opinion bonds (fiscal) Roe
voting patterns SC bipartisan voting behavior
SC-appeals SC reserved powers categorical grants
SC-amicus curiae SC judicial review 4th amendment
Constitution-amending sc grants-in-aid RN RN= questions w roman numerals
sc-process appointing justices sc horse race
sc-legislative veto sc provision
media-scorekeeper sc enumerated
checks and balances-sc sc
elections-party alignment sc
congress-conference committee sc runoff election president as chief lobbyist
congress-committee system sc reconcile executive office
civil rights-policy creation in 1950s sc liaison lobbying-who cannot be legally lobbied
SC-mcculloch v maryland sc gubernatorial what does the media cover most in pres elections?
sc-selecting cases sc implementation what does the establishment clause prevent?
sc-earl warren court sc interstate rn
sc-miranda sc initiative table
sc-rule of four sc inevitable how long do federal judges serve?
sc-length of terms sc rule of four who does the president want on his white house staff?
sc-judicial restraint sc what advantages do
Office of Management and Budget incumbents enjoy over their challen
presidential-constitutional roles special interest line item veto Brown
election-voting behavior by group special interest joint committee legislative process
rnout rate in elections?
he 14th amendment was to nullify
e traditionally voted
to influence the public, the P or cong (and how)
esent to say that party realignment has taken place?
s does the federal govt prefer to give states and local govts? Why?
s control the bureaucracy?
es how person votes
cases it hears
ersifies public policy
ional about the line item veto?
fluence public opinion?
of justices on the sc changed?
lections are most likely to be…than those in general elections
ocess in the H and S
l nomination process
Warren's Court decisions
unctions of the constitution?
rn P nomination process changed over the last 30 years?
sident use an executive order rather than the treaty process?
s of reelection for Senators?
esident have total influence over his cabinet members?
e a 2 PP system?
t-means the question was interpreted
ed unconst are made const
tage in cong elections
laws are most likely to be constested in court?
nt committees do?
ups are most likely to vote D? R?
a will congress always defer to the P?
rs intend when they devised the way cong creates legislation?
ution alter the national gov's economic power from the AoC?
about a committee's chair?
of congress communicate w/their constituents?
ystem in H v S
nal committees change (limit/enhance?) the roles of members of cong?
net offices in the executive branch
say made democracies difficult to exist?
ess take to ban segregation in public accomodations (not the same as brown)?
oups shifted from party to party?
groups replaced the role of pp?
s are decided by?
ost increased the rights of women?
item veto allow the president to control?
allows what am govt fundamental process to work?
sm, pluraism, bureaucratic theory, and Marxism.
otes distributed by most states?
to influence what kind of policies (remember the chart we created)
ters most when they vote for president?
s of procedure Compare/contrast
s access political process
wers increased over time?
aucracy political power over the branches of government?
concerning a veto (include cong override)
weaken the pp system?
ost likely to participate in the political process?
portive Americans are of the 1st amendment in theory and practice
ed the 14th amendment?
equences of governance after split ticket voting?
n's attitude towards govt changed over the past 55 years?
N= questions w roman numerals
ot be legally lobbied
dia cover most in pres elections?
blishment clause prevent?
al judges serve?
dent want on his white house staff?
o incumbents enjoy over their challengers?