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U.S. and Texas Constitutions and Politics

POLS 1336
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POLS 1336 Lecture 16: POLS 1336 - lecture 16 (11-29 to 12-1)
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What is an executive order? Executive order a rule or regula...

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POLS 1336 Lecture 14: POLS 1336 - lecture 14 (11-15 to 11-20)
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What is a political party? Political Party an organization ...

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POLS 1336 Lecture 13: POLS 1336 - lecture 13 (11-13 to 11-15)
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What is an Interest Group? interest group any organized group that ...

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POLS 1336 Lecture 15: POLS 1336 - lecture 15 (11-27 to 11-29)
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Comparing Texas to the Rest of the Nation Texas is a modified onepa...

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POLS 1336 Lecture 10: POLS 1336 - lecture 10 (10-30 to 11-3)
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Selecting the US President Article II only talks about Electo...

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POLS 1336 Lecture 8: POLS 1336 - lecture 8 (10-23 to 10-25)
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Post-Truth Post-truth relating to or denoting circumstances ...

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POLS 1336 Lecture 11: POLS 1336 - lecture 11 (11-6 to 11-8)
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Russian Involvement in 2016 Presidential Election Distributio...

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POLS 1336 Lecture 6: POLS 1336 - lecture 6 (10-6 to 10-16)
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Socialization Socialization how to interact with people, ac...

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POLS 1336 Lecture 4: POLS 1336 - lecture 4 (9-22 to 9-27)
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What are Civil Rights? Civil rights government-protected ri...

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POLS 1336 Lecture 7: POLS 1336 - lecture 7 (10-16 to 10-20)
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What is mass media? Mass media affordable communications tech...

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POLS 1336 Lecture 5: POLS 1336 - lecture 5 (9-27 to 10-2)
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Black Lives Matter Movement each incident is different ...

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POLS 1336 Lecture 12: POLS 1336 - lecture 12 (11-8 to 11-10)
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Congressional Elections Overview congressional elections hap...

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POLS 1336 Lecture 9: POLS 1336 - lecture 9 (10-25 to 10-27)
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Political Participation Political participation activity th...

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POLS 1336 Lecture 7: POLITICAL PARTIES LECTURE
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POLITICAL PARTIES LEGAL STATUS OF PARTIES Poli...

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POLS 1336 Lecture 5: CIVIL LIBERTIES LECTURE

CIVIL LIBERTIES 25TH AMENDMENT SECTION 4 Whenev...

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