Subject:
Arts and Humanities
Material Type:
Unit of Study
Provider:
Rice University
Provider Set:
OpenStax College
Tags:
Double Jeopardy, Sherbert Test, Communism, Winner-take-all, Straight-ticket Voting, Miranda Warning, Voter Fatigue, Reconstruction, Caucus, Shadow Campaign, Title IX, Straw Poll, Ballot Fatigue, Fascism, Exclusionary Rule, Early Voting, American Indian Movement (AIM), Conscientious Objector, Representative Sample, Intermediate Scrutiny, Disenfranchisement, Super PAC, Due Process Clause, Top-two Primary, Undue Burden Test, Political Socialization, Rational Basis Test, Equal Rights Amendment (ERA), Poll Tax, Coattail Effect, Civil Rights, Leading Questions, Classical Liberalism, Civil Liberties, Ideology, Socialism, Survey, Literacy Tests, Voting, Electoral College, White Primary, Eminent Domain, Campaign, Modern Liberalism, Residency Requirement, Voting-age Population, Favorability Polls, Self-incrimination, Open Primary, Political Action Committee, Brown v. Board of Education, Initiative, Midterm Elections, Search Warrant, Affirmative Action, Poll, Glass Ceiling, Jim Crow Laws, De Facto Segregation, Voter Turnout, Push Poll, Direct Action, Symbolic Speech, Black Codes, Equal Protection Clause, Diffuse Support, Referendum, Bradley Effect, Platform, Agent of Socialization, Blue Law, Incumbent, Prior Restraint, Grandfather Clause, Economic Liberty, Horserace Coverage, Trail of Tears, Margin of Error, Voter Registration, Delegates, Random Sample, Understanding Text, Public Opinion, Strict Scrutiny, Bandwagon Effect, Recall, Plea Bargain, Modern Conservatism, Theory of Delegate Representation, Equality, Civil Disobedience, Bill of Rights, Chronic Minority, Coverture, Right to Privacy, Selective Incorporation, Covert Content, Probable Cause, Obscenity, Exit Poll, Establishment Clause, Common-law Right, Free Exercise Clause, De Jure Segregation, Comparable Worth, Overt Content, Incumbency Advantage, Plessy v. Ferguson, Election, Closed Primary, District System, Traditional Conservativism
License:
Creative Commons Attribution 4.0