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