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UCSDHILD 2A-B-CMark T WishonFall

HILD 2A-B-C Chapter Notes - Chapter 2-4: Connecticut Compromise, Federal Hall, Edmund Randolph

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The constitutional convention the constitutional convention began on may 25, 1787: all states but rhode island sent delegates, the state legislatures a
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UCSDHILD 2A-B-CMark T WishonFall

HILD 2A-B-C Chapter Notes - Chapter 6-2: United States Office Of The Independent Counsel, Government Accountability Office, Perjury

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Most congressional powers fall into two of four categories:they are either legislative or nonlegislative powers, and they are either expressed powers o
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UCSDHILD 2A-B-CMark T WishonFall

HILD 2A-B-C Chapter Notes - Chapter 6-1: Strategic Arms Limitation Talks, United States Treasury Security, Enumerated Powers

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Constitutional powers are located in article i. Expressed powers/enumerated powers: article i, section 8, clauses 1-18. Necessary and proper clause: cl
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UCSDHILD 2A-B-CMark T WishonFall

HILD 2A-B-C Chapter Notes - Chapter 2-1: United States Constitution, Puritans, Fundamental Orders Of Connecticut

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Self-government enables americans to voice their opinions without fear of reprisal, to choose leaders and to actively participate in shaping the nation
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UCSDHILD 2A-B-CMark T WishonFall

HILD 2A-B-C Chapter Notes - Chapter 3-3: Judicial Activism, Judicial Restraint

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Get vote of each house of congress, only method used to date. Petition, or appeal to congress for a convention to propose an amendment to overturn. Sup
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UCSDHILD 2A-B-CMark T WishonFall

HILD 2A-B-C Chapter 4-3: 4-3 Developing Federalism

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While early federalists deeply believed that that united states needed a strong central government to survive, they also knew that many people feared t
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UCSDHILD 2A-B-CMark T WishonFall

HILD 2A-B-C Chapter Notes - Chapter 2-2: Continental Army, Limited Government, Minutemen

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As british subjects the colonists in north america still owed their allegiance to the british monarch. The american colonies existed for the economic b
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