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