POLS 1101 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Guide: Actual Malice, James A. Garfield, Ernesto Miranda

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Quiz 1 (fall 2016) covers textbook, chapters 1 and 2. Review power point presentations uploaded to d2l brightspace. Classical liberalism - holds that the state (government) should leave citizens free to follow their individual pursuits. Ideology and the scope of government: totalitarianism - a political philosophy that advocates unlimited power for the government to enable it to control all sectors of society. (examples: the soviet union under stalin and communism; germany under hitler. ) The core of substantive principles of democracy is embedded in the u. s. Constitution, the bill of rights and other amendments to the constitution. Exam 1 (fall 2016) covers textbook, chapters 1, 2, 3, and parts 1-3, p. 2-20. Review power point presentations uploaded to desire2learn. Definition of globalization - the increasing interdependence of citizens and nations across the world. The u. s. is thoroughly embedded in a worldwide economic, social, and political network.