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PO 131 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Noah Haynes Swayne, Precedent, Voting Rights Act Of 1965

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For the safety of all students, in case of emergency or disaster, go to dormitories. A troll was on the loose in the building, buildings went into lock
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PO 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Cabinet Of The United States, Presidential System, Franklin D. Roosevelt

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PO 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Boris Yeltsin, Secret Ballot, Absenteeism

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PO 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Jacksonian Democracy, G1 Phase, Divided Government

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PO 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Gun Control, Job Performance, Spark Plug

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PO 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Electromagnetic Spectrum, Limiting Factor, Federal Communications Commission

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PO 101 Chapter 16: Suppplementary Lecture Notes_Chapter 16

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PO 131 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Intolerable Acts, Whiskey Rebellion, Bicameralism

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First effort to impose new taxes on colonies to help pay for war. Placed an import tax on molasses, and harsh punishment for smugglers. Purpose to save
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PO 131 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Eleanor Holmes Norton

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Representation consists of two parts: constituents (the people who choose the representative to act on their behalf. ) and their representatives (perso
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PO 131 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Supremacy Clause, First Continental Congress, Stamp Act Congress

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Americans were upset with the raised taxes forced upon by great britain. In 1764 parliament passed the american revenue act or the sugar. Colonies had
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PO 131 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Twenty-Seventh Amendment To The United States Constitution, Twenty-Fifth Amendment To The United States Constitution, Eleventh Amendment To The United States Constitution

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The 1st amendment protects the people"s right to practice religion, to speak freely, to assemble (meet), to address (petition) the government, and of t
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PO 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: American Bar Association, Appellate Jurisdiction, Diversity Jurisdiction

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