6 out of the 11 questions will be on the exam
1 3 4 5 7 9
You need read the assigned readings + class notes... What pros and cons has he asked in class?
How to prepare:
- Notes on avenue (starting point)
- Lecture notes that provide detail to the small little overhead
- PBL exercise
- Exam is scheduled for 3 hours
- These are fairly sophisticated questions
- You should be writing for three hours. 1 hour per question
- Pen instead of pencil
- Write on every other line is writing is messy
Question 1: YES
- Power has been divided into different institutions
- What is the power of the power of the parliament, judiciary and crown?
- Is it good for Canada to have power divided in so many hands?
- Explore structure of IMF …
- Anarchy means there is no ONE world government
- Politics between states makes it fundamentally different than…
- Outcomes in the international realm... why is stuff happening...
- You can determine these by looking at state...
- Check voice memo…
- Does realism in fact have the right answer
Question 3: YES
- Separation (sovereignty) – object of Quebec
- These questions are really political
- We saw this 1995 referendum – The question was not even clear. It could have been interpreted
in a number of different ways
- Under what circumstances can a province succeed?
- The clarity was passed – these are all the things we expect to see --- voice of province in the
referendum - Show that you understand the debate
- Make sure you understand what the debate is actually about
Question 4: WILL BE PUT ON
- What is section 33 of the charter? What is about? = The notwithstanding clause
- The government cannot infringe upon those rights… except when they use section one to do so
- Explore the debate: should we empower the courts to overrule dem