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UT-AUSTINGOV 310LDavid LealFall

GOV 310L Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Primary Election, Electoral College

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Constitution does not explicitly say anything about those candidates are nominated, but says that electoral college would fill the function. Congressio
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UT-AUSTINGOV 310LLeal DavidSpring

GOV 310L Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-7: Populism

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UT-AUSTINGOV 310LDavid LealFall

GOV 310L Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Incumbent, Diminishing Returns, Majority Minority

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Nominees must win at most one primary election in their state. Filing deadline - latest date on which a candidate who wishes to be on a primary ballot
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UT-AUSTINGOV 365NThomasonSpring

GOV 365N Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Francis Fukuyama, Jeffrey Herbst, Liberal Democracy

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Comparative politics- part 2 of worksheet 1- spring 2016; st. edward"s university. Worksheet 1: comparative readings (essential readings in comparative
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UT-AUSTINGOV 310LB ApfeldFall

GOV 310L Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: American Bar Association, Moveon.Org, Advocacy Group

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Interest groups another way to influence govt. More selective need to be elite. Interest groups form to advocate for different interests. Good gov"t en
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UT-AUSTINGOV 312LRobert G.MoserSpring

GOV 312L Chapter Notes - Chapter Modules 9 - 17: Dissolution Of The Soviet Union, Jus Ad Bellum, Cuban Missile Crisis

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Could not set terms of peace unilaterally 6 month bargaining session to remake eu. Only 3 people held face of the world. They set rights, governments o
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UT-AUSTINGOV 310LB ApfeldFall

GOV 310L Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: George Gallup, Philip Converse, Louis Menand

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41 - polling the public (10/23 p2) George gallup (gallup polls) what americans want. Some people say they pay too much attentions to polls. Some argue
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UT-AUSTINGOV 312LChristina BambrickSpring

GOV 312L Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Antonin Scalia, First Principle

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UT-AUSTINGOV 312LChristina BambrickSpring

GOV 312L Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: The Living Theatre, The Performance Group, Experimental Theatre

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UT-AUSTINGOV 312LChristina BambrickSpring

GOV 312L Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Intersectionality, Nao Bustamante, Class Discrimination

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UT-AUSTINGOV 310LAllFall

GOV 310L Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Connecticut Compromise, Supremacy Clause, The Federalist Papers

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UT-AUSTINGOV 310LB ApfeldFall

GOV 310L Chapter 7: WTP Parties, Participation, and Elections

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We the people chapter 7: political parties, participation, and elections. 2016 - members of both parties wanted to nominate outsiders . Parties and ele
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