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CORNELLGOVT 1111MettlerFall

GOVT 1111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 12: Commerce Clause, Cooperative Federalism, Habeas Corpus

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All political behavior has a purpose (rationality principle) All politics is collective action (collective action principle) Political outcomes are the
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CORNELLGOVT 1313vande WalleFall

GOVT 1313 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: National Voter Registration Act Of 1993, Accountability, Voting Rights Act Of 1965

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Elections play significant roles in the political processes of nations, and vary from country to country. Some provide opportunity for opposition while
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CORNELLGOVT 1313vande WalleFall

GOVT 1313 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Supremacy Clause, Republican Congress, Implied Powers

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Chapter 3: the constitutional framework: federalism and the separation of powers. Colonies renamed states which defined as entities with autonomy and s
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CORNELLGOVT 1313vande WalleFall

GOVT 1313 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Mancur Olson, Harold Lasswell, Autocracy

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Chapter 1: five principles of politics: 2-6 ee. Gigantic enterprise of hundreds of thousands of workers. Oldest depts: state, treasury, justice, and de
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CORNELLGOVT 1313vande WalleFall

GOVT 1313 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: William Rehnquist, Appellate Jurisdiction, Harriet Miers

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CORNELLGOVT 1313vande WalleFall

GOVT 1313 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Three-Fifths Compromise, Stamp Act Congress, Annapolis, Maryland

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Chapter 2: constructing a government: the founding and the constitution. Stamp act of 1765 created because england needed a way to pay for the soldiers
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CORNELLGOVT 1817KatzensteinFall

GOVT 1817 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Liberal Internationalism, Neoconservatism

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Neoconservatives agree with liberals on the importance of democratic peace. A world of democracies would be a more secure order. Accept the notion that
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CORNELLGOVT 1313vande WalleFall

GOVT 1313 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Defense Intelligence Agency, United States Senate Committee On Foreign Relations, Internal Revenue Service

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The cold war put an end to the american tradition of not getting involved in conflicts unless there was an extraordinary affront to american sovereignt
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CORNELLGOVT 1313vande WalleFall

GOVT 1313 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Natural-Born-Citizen Clause, Voting Rights Act Of 1965, Maurice Duverger

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We think of the united states as a two party system-thus two main parties compete for power. Americans see this as an important aspect to the health of
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CORNELLGOVT 1313vande WalleFall

GOVT 1313 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: National Industrial Recovery Act, Consumer Product Safety Act, War Powers Resolution

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Presidents often take liberal use of the constitution to get things done. 1862 declaration of martial law was constitutional dictatorship . Executive a
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CORNELLGOVT 1817KatzensteinFall

GOVT 1817 Chapter 2-4: Liberalism, Realism & Constructivism

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CORNELLGOVT 1313vande WalleFall

GOVT 1313 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: O. J. Simpson, Solid South, Family Values

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The effect of rallying around the flag is seen when a president leads the country to war. For the iraq war, men were more supportive than women (gender
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