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IUPUIPolitical Science POLS-Y 103Dr.Robert GerouxSpring

Political Science POLS-Y 103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Three-Fifths Compromise, No Taxation Without Representation, Connecticut Compromise

Before the constitution: the colonial and revolutionary experiences pg. 28-33: after the french and indian war (1754-1763) the british placed heavy tax
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IUPUIPolitical Science POLS-Y 103Dr.Robert GerouxSpring

Political Science POLS-Y 103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Lgbt Social Movements, Majoritarianism, Limited Government

Elijah, kat, jess, hannah, anna: learning to think politically. Political thinking is deciding what is reasonably believable, then using that informati
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IUPUIPolitical Science POLS-Y 103Dr.Robert GerouxSpring

Political Science POLS-Y 103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Supremacy Clause, Missouri Compromise, Fourteenth Amendment To The United States Constitution

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IUPUIPolitical Science POLS-Y 103friesenSpring

Political Science POLS-Y 103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Certiorari, Amicus Curiae, Marbury V. Madison

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Jurisdiction = authority vested in a particular court to hear and decide the issues in a particular case. Original jurisdiction = refers to courts auth
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IUPUIPolitical Science POLS-Y 103friesenSpring

Political Science POLS-Y 103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Nineteenth Amendment To The United States Constitution, Literacy Test, Plessy V. Ferguson

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Civil rights = government protected rights of individuals against arbitrary or discriminatory treatment by government or individuals. Thirteenth amendm
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IUPUIPolitical Science POLS-Y 103friesenSpring

Political Science POLS-Y 103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Fourteenth Amendment To The United States Constitution, Civil Liberties, Incorporation Of The Bill Of Rights

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The bill of rights was written in 1789 to set forth the natural rights of citizens in the. U. s, it was also limited to limit the new national governme
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IUPUIPolitical Science POLS-Y 103wallaceSpring

Political Science POLS-Y 103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Boston Port Act, French And Indian War, First Continental Congress

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Purpose of gov. is to protect life, liberty, & property. Gov. "s authority comes from the consent of its subjects. The people have the right to revoke
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IUPUIPolitical Science POLS-Y 103friesenSpring

Political Science POLS-Y 103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Oligarchy, Totalitarianism, Individualism

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