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POL 15a Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Cuban Missile Crisis, Economic Sanctions, Soft Power
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Make sure to discuss how something happened/came out Use historical examples from the course but over 2 paragraphs on the same point is overkill Precision Make sure point has a resolution- dont argue every...

Politics
POL 15a
Lucy Goodhart
POL 15a Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Kim Il-Sung, Marshall Plan, Warsaw Pact
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Review Section for Midterm: Monday, March 5th, 56:30 US Policy of Containment First Crisis: Berlin Airlift Berlin blockade: USSR blocks road, rail and canal access to German capital for 11 months demanding W. Allies withdr...

Politics
POL 15a
Lucy Goodhart
POL 117A Lecture 7: Due Process of Law and Rights Lecture

Due Process of Law and Rights Lecture Quick Recap The concern of rulemaking is that Congress maintains its legislative role. Congress passes acts in order to satisfy constituents and get reelected. The Schechter Rule, acco...

Politics
POL 117a
Woll Peter
POL 117A Lecture 6: The Benzene Case Lecture Notes

The Benzene Case Lecture Delegation and the Intelligible Principle The Schechter Rule establishes judicial review for administrative agencies, and the Non Delegation Rule. Congress, an elected body, makes laws and checks t...

Politics
POL 117a
Woll Peter
POL 117a Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Nondelegation Doctrine, Sentencing Reform Act, Federal Register

find more resources at oneclass.com The Mistretta Case Lecture Mistretta v. U.S. (1989) Scalia dissented, arguing that Congress cannot delegate its power. Section 553 of the APA If Congress requires agencies to h...

Politics
POL 117a
Woll Peter
POL 117a Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Enumerated Powers, Abbott Laboratories, Commerce Clause

find more resources at oneclass.com Constitutional Law Lecture The Judiciary The judicial branch is given the power to create inferior courts. The Judiciary Act provided for appeal to the SCOTUS from the state cou...

Politics
POL 117a
Woll Peter
POL 117a Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Implied Powers

find more resources at oneclass.com Delegation and Fair Competition Lecture Notes Humphrey v. U.S. (1935) Humphrey v. U.S. says that Congress provides for FTC terms; the president cannot remove employees without c...

Politics
POL 117a
Woll Peter
POL 117a Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Rulemaking, Quasi, Nondelegation Doctrine

find more resources at oneclass.com NIRA and Schechter Case Lecture Notes Administrative agencies are called administrative, because they have quasi – legislative and quasi-judicial actions. Federal courts will only...

Politics
POL 117a
Woll Peter
POL 117a Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Commerce Clause, Rulemaking, Quasi

Introduction and Historical Background Lecture Notes 1800s The early executive branch was primarily concerned with taxation. During the Civil War the War Department that preceded the Defense Department played a vital r...

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POL 117a
Woll Peter
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POL 10a
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POL 15a
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POL 173a
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POL 173a
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Permachart - Marketing Reference Guide: Multilateral Treaty, European Economic Community, Statute Of The International Court Of Justice

l e a r n • r e f e r e n c e • r e v i e w permacharts TM International Law APPLICATIONS TREATIES ...

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