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POLI 2051 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: P.M. News, Institute For Operations Research And The Management Sciences, U.S. Route 3

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LSUPOLI 2051AllSpring

POLI 2051 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Connecticut Compromise, 6 Years, Defensively Equipped Merchant Ship

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Congress tends to be less popular than the president. Bicameral: 2 separate and powerful chambers so that legislation could occur only after patient de
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LSUPOLI 2051AllSpring

POLI 2051 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Natural Monopoly, Balance Theory, Bicameralism

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Congress tends to be less popular than the president. Senate: 6 year terms these terms are staggered. Congressional organization: and majority leader o
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LSUPOLI 2051AllSpring

POLI 2051 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Limited Government, Direct Democracy, Enumerated Powers

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POLI 2051 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Capitalism, Oligarchy, Supremacy Clause

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Government: a formally established way of making and carrying out political decisions. Politics: the competition to shape government"s impact on societ
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POLI 2051 Study Guide - Final Guide: Ridicule, Gennifer Flowers

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Know the difference between retail and wholesale politics. Know the tactics to appear powerful (sandbagging, lowballing, etc. 1: it"s not who you know;
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POLI 2051 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Superdelegate, Mitch Mcconnell, Secret Ballot

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Political participation: conventional: relatively routine, non-threatening behavior that uses the channels of representative government, unconventional
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POLI 2051 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: New Deal Coalition, American Bar Association, Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act

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Public opinion: the collected attitudes of citizens on a given issue or question. Because in a democracy, there must be some link between what the publ
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LSUPOLI 2051AllSpring

POLI 2051 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Internet Television

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What determines the accuracy of a poll? the way the sample is selected the size of the sample the way the survey is put together: question wording surv
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LSUPOLI 2051KennySpring

POLI 2051 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Exclusionary Rule, Actual Malice, Pure Speech

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LSUPOLI 2056AllFall

Discussion Questions For Breach Of Faith

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Chapter 1: a camille on betsy"s track: horne describes his book as a skein of stories tangled together (xvi). Unraveling that tangle of stories that ma
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LSUPOLI 1001AllFall

POLI 1001 Final Exam

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POLI 1001 Exam 1

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POLI 1001 Final Exam Spring 2014

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LSUCE 2450AllFall

Student Handout Lesson 7

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Student Handout Lesson 19

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LSUMATH 2090AllFall

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Review sections: 5. 1, 5. 3, 5. 6, 5. 7, 6. 1-6. 3, and 6. 7. (review also hw assignments) T is a linear transformation or show, by example, which prop
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LSUIE 2060AllFall

Assignment 02 Solutions

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Chapter 2: find the final value of x. Don"t forget to round off (x is integer: find the final value of test. Test = (n > 14) or (13 > 15) and ( (m mod
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LSUPHYS 1100AllFall

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POLI 2051 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: John Stuart Mill, On Liberty, Sophocles

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The story and themes of oedipus: freedom. Oedipus as homeless spirit: hubris, heroic, defies the gods/fate. Responsibility: pollution, consequences, fr
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LSUPOLI 2051AllSpring

POLI 2051 Lecture Notes - National Power, Extradition Clause, Sixteenth Amendment To The United States Constitution

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Enumerated powers - laid out specifically in constitution. State powers under the constitution: state powers aren"t enumerated, 10th amendment. Concurr
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POLI 2051 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Lemon V. Kurtzman, Pure Speech, Jim Crow Laws

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Civil liberties: freedoms guaranteed to the individual. They take the forms of negative restraints on government. Usually asserted by the haves in soci
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POLI 2051 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Great Power

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POLI 2051 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Fokker E.Ii, Indirect Election, Winnowing

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Chapter 10: voting and elections: political participation: Most common and most studied form of voting, easy to use in quantitative analysis. Conventio
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POLI 2051 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Quasi, Natural Monopoly

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Bureaucracy - in general we are talking about a large complex organization composed of appointed officials. In this case, we are talking about the bure
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POLI 2051 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Nationstates

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POLI 2051 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Balance Theory, Gerrymandering, Pocket Veto

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Chapter 11: congress: basic information on congress: Two reasons: practical reason: so they could balance competing concerns, small states get what wan
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LSUPOLI 2051AllSpring

POLI 2051 Lecture Notes - Bicameralism, Divided Government

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Members of the house: 25 yrs old, citizen 7 years. Key powers: make laws (house and senate), raise and spend revenue, impeachment. Running and staying
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LSUPOLI 2051KennyFall

POLI 2051 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Balance Theory, Indirect Election, Voting Rights Act Of 1965

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Conventional - relatively routine, non-threatening behavior that uses the channels of representative government. Unconventional - relatively uncommon b
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LSUPOLI 2051AllSpring

POLI 2051 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Olive Branch Petition, First Continental Congress, Intolerable Acts

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Mercantilism- an economic theory designed to increase a nation"s wealth through the development of commercial industry and a favorable balance of trade
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LSUPOLI 2051AllSpring

POLI 2051 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Unanimous Consent, Deferral, Cloture

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LSUPOLI 2051KennySpring

POLI 2051 Chapter 1: Chapter 1 Textbook

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Popular sovereignty - people are the ultimate source of all public authority: competitive elections government leaders are elected, elections are free
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POLI 2051 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Cooperative Federalism, Equal Protection Clause, Concurrent Powers

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Federalism a system in which governmental powers are divided between a central government and smaller units, such as states. Unitary system a system in
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LSUPOLI 2051AllFall

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Definition - at least two separate governments share responsibility for governing the same people and territory. Some lean more towards state power, an
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Political parties: definition - an organization that sponsors candidates for public office under the organization"s name. Party in government. - republ
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Mass media - technology that allows individuals to communicate efficiently with a large group and over distances. In political science we are primarily
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Interest groups: definition and types of groups. Any organization that seeks to influence public policy. Occupational groups roughly coincide with the
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