Arts and Humanities
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Unit of Study
Bicameralism, Council-elected Executive, Bill, Home Rule, U.S. Constitution, Campaign Funding, Circuit Courts, Going Public, Trial Court, Executive Order, Pork-barrel Politics, Trustee Model of Representation, Bully Pulpit, Descriptive Representation, President, Signing Statement, Apportionment, Senate, Executive Privilege, Standing Committee, Pardon, Amicus Curiae, Brief, Council-manager System, Docket, Lifetime Ban, Stare Decisis, Council-administrator, Dissenting Opinion, Enumerated Powers, Appellate Jurisdiction, Cloture, Trustee, Rally Around the Flag Effect, Filibuster, Office of Management and Budget, Criminal Law, Rule of Four, Formal Powers, Congress, Inherent Powers, Local Government, Presidential Election, Tempore</emphasis>, Presidency, Term Limits, Speaker of the House, Writ of Certiorari, Original Jurisdiction, Consecutive Term Limits, Charter, Majority Leader, Executive Agreement, Delegate Legislator, Minority Leader, Collective Representation, Representation, Judicial Restraint, Senatorial Courtesy, Incumbency, Dillon’s Rule, Appellate Courts, Solicitor General, Judicial Activism, First Lady, Amendatory Veto, State Government, Markup, Expressed Powers, Congressional Election, Supreme Court, Constituency, Politico Model of Representation, Electoral College, Oversight, Executive Office of the President, Impeachment, Precedent, Reduction Veto, Conference Committee, Mayor-council System, Joint Committee, Marbury v. Madison, House, Chief Justice, Select Committee, Judiciary Branch, Dual Court System, Judicial Review, Whip, Line-item Veto, Implied Powers, Traditionalistic Political Culture, Surge-and-decline Theory, Courts of Appeals, Common Law, Civil Law, President <emphasis Effect="italics">pro, Associate Justice, Conference, King Caucus, Majority Opinion, Commission System, Concurring Opinion, Oral Argument, Cabinet, Delegate Model of Representation, District Courts, Individualistic Political Culture, Moralistic Political Culture