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					                          AP Government and Politics Review
                                      Chapters 5-6, 17-22
Chapter 5-Civil Liberties
      Due process of law
      Equal protection of the law
      Selective incorporation
      Freedom of expression
      Freedom of religion
      Prior restraint
      Clear and present danger test
      Gitlow v. New York
      Palko v. Connecticut
      Slander
      Libel
      P.103 Chart on Testing Restrictions on Expression
      Symbolic speech
      Schenck v. United States
      Chaplinsky v. New Hampshire
      New York Times v. Sullivan
      Tinker v. Des Moines
      Miller v. California
      Texas v. Johnson
      Reno v. ACLU
      McConnell v. Federal Election Commission
      FEC v. Wisconsin Right to Life
      Free exercise clause
      Establishment clause
      Pierce v. Society of Sisters
      Everson v. Board of Education
      Zorauch v. Clauson
      Engel v. Vitale
      Lemon v. Kurtzman
      Lee v. Weisman
      Exclusionary rule
      Good faith exception
      Miranda rule
      Terrorism and Civil Liberties
      Mapp v. Ohio
      Gideon v. Wainwright
      Miranda v. Arizona
      United States v. Leon
      Dickerson v. United States
      Rasul v. Bush and Hamdi v. Rumsfeld
Chapter 6-Civil Rights
      Civil Rights
      Suspect classifications
      Strict scrutiny
      Scott v. Sandford
      Plessy v. Ferguson
      Separate but equal doctrine
      Brown v. Board of Education
      Green v. County School Board of New Kent County
      Swann v. Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education
      De jure segregation
      De facto segregation
      Civil disobedience
      P.135 Key Provisions of Major Civil Rights Laws
      Racial profiling
      Women and Equal Rights
          o Betty Friedan
          o Phyllis Schlafly
          o Gloria Steinem
      Reed v. Reed
      Craig v. Boren
      Rostker v. Goldberg
      United States v. Virginia
      Police powers
      Griswold v. Connecticut
      Roe v. Wade
      Planned Parenthood v. Casey
      P.141 Becoming a Citizen
      Equality of results v. Equality of opportunity
      Affirmative action
      Reverse discrimination
      P.142 The Rights of Aliens
      P.143 The Rights of the Disabled
      University of California v. Bakke
      United Steelworkers v. Weber
      Lawrence v. Texas
      Boy Scouts of America v. Dale
Chapter 17-The Politics of Public Policy
      Political agenda
      Majoritarian politics
      Interest group politics
      Client politics
          o Pork-barrel legislation
          o Logrolling
      Entrepreneurial politics
          o Policy entrepreneurs
Chapter 18-Economic Policy
      Deficit
      National debt
      Gross domestic product (GDP)
      Monetarism
      Keynesianism
      Economic planning
      Supply side tax cuts
      Supply side theory
      Reaganomics
      Lochner v. New York
      Muller v. Oregon
      West Coast Hotel Co. v. Parrish
      Youngstown Sheet and Tube Co. v. Sawyer
      Monetary policy
      Federal reserve system “The Fed”
      Fiscal policy
      Globalization
      Budget
      Fiscal year
      Discretionary spending
Chapter 19-Social Welfare
      Majoritarian politics
      Client politics
      P.511 Major Social Welfare Programs
      Insurance program
      Assistance program
      Means test
      P.514 Medicare ABCDs
      Earned Income Tax Credit
      Service strategy
      Income strategy
Chapter 20-Foreign and Military Policy
      Kinds of foreign policy-Majoritarian vs. Client
      Limitations on the president’s abilities
      War Powers Act
      Intelligence Oversight
      Curtiss-Wright Export Corp. v. United States
      Korematsu v. United States
      Foreign policy and public opinion
      Mass vs. elite opinion
      Worldviews
      Isolationism
      Containment
      Disengagement
      Human rights
      Polarization
      Third World
      Fourth World
      Bipolar world
      Unipolar world
      Patriot Act
Chapter 21-Environmental Policy
      P.560 Major Environmental Laws
      Environmental impact statement
      Union Electric Co. v. EPA
      Chevron v. National Resources Defense Council
      Whitman v. American Trucking Associations
      Majoritarian politics: pollution from automobiles
      Interest group politics: acid rain
      Client politics: agricultural pesticides
           o Rachel Carson, Silent Spring
Chapter 22-Who Governs? To What Ends?
      P. 578 How American Politics had Changed (old system vs. new system)


**Declaration of Independence, Constitution, Federalist #10, 51, etc.