Subject:
Arts and Humanities
Material Type:
Unit of Study
Tags:
Push Poll, Blue Law, Representative Sample, Caucus, Exit Poll, Incumbent, Agent of Socialization, Bradley Effect, Self-incrimination, Referendum, Trail of Tears, Public Opinion, Rational Basis Test, Poll, Margin of Error, Obscenity, American Indian Movement (AIM), Civil Disobedience, Socialism, Title IX, Due Process Clause, Theory of Delegate Representation, Conscientious Objector, Incumbency Advantage, Midterm Elections, Initiative, Black Codes, Shadow Campaign, Sherbert Test, Brown v. Board of Education, Establishment Clause, Direct Action, Closed Primary, Bandwagon Effect, Prior Restraint, Probable Cause, White Primary, Top-two Primary, Jim Crow Laws, Reconstruction, Voter Turnout, Modern Conservatism, Plea Bargain, Survey, Random Sample, Open Primary, Campaign, Political Socialization, Equal Rights Amendment (ERA), Economic Liberty, Super PAC, Ideology, Search Warrant, Recall, Communism, Affirmative Action, Double Jeopardy, Electoral College, De Facto Segregation, Poll Tax, Exclusionary Rule, De Jure Segregation, Understanding Text, Symbolic Speech, Voter Fatigue, Miranda Warning, Voting, Election, Classical Liberalism, Selective Incorporation, Eminent Domain, Delegates, Straight-ticket Voting, Intermediate Scrutiny, Horserace Coverage, Favorability Polls, Traditional Conservativism, Literacy Tests, Comparable Worth, Winner-take-all, Glass Ceiling, Right to Privacy, Residency Requirement, Leading Questions, Disenfranchisement, Bill of Rights, Modern Liberalism, District System, Early Voting, Common-law Right, Ballot Fatigue, Voting-age Population, Overt Content, Civil Rights, Chronic Minority, Coattail Effect, Undue Burden Test, Strict Scrutiny, Straw Poll, Plessy v. Ferguson, Platform, Equality, Grandfather Clause, Free Exercise Clause, Fascism, Diffuse Support, Civil Liberties, Covert Content, Coverture, Equal Protection Clause, Political Action Committee, Voter Registration
License:
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