Unit 1 Review: Constitutional Underpinnings

politics
political participation
single-issue groups
policymaking system
linkage institution
policy agenda
political issue
policymaking institutions
public policy
majority rule
minority rights
representation
pluralist theory
elite and class theory AKA Marxist theory
hyperpluralism
policy gridlock
individualism .
Democracy
Direct Democracy
Indirect Democracy
Popular Sovereignty
Limited Government






Constitution
Natural rights
Consent of the governed
Limited government
Articles of Confederation
Shay's Rebellion#
Factions
New Jersey Plan
Virginia Plan
Connecticut Compromise
Writ of habeas corpus
Separation of powers#
Checks and balances#
Republic
Federalist
Anti-federalist
Federalist Papers#
Bill of Rights
Equal Rights Amendment
Marbury v. Madison#
Judicial Review#
Bicameral legislature
Commerce Clause
Enumerated Powers
Implied Powers
Inherent Powers
Formal amendment
Informal amendment
Supermajority
Veto
Centralist
Decentralist
Unicameral legislature
Direct election
Indirect election
Commerce clause





Federalism#
Unitary governments
Intergovernmental relations
Supremacy clause
Tenth amendment
McCulloch v. Maryland#
Enumerated powers#
Elastic clause#
Gibbons v. Ogden
Full faith and credit clause
Extradition
Privileges and immunities
Dual federalism#
Cooperative federalism#
Fiscal federalism
Categorical grants#
Project grants
Formula Grants
Block grants#
New Federalism
Mandates
Concurrent Power
Police Power
Reserved Powers
Creative federalism
*Unfunded mandate Reform Act of 1995
No Child Left Behind Act




Unit 2: Civil Liberties/Civil Rights

Civil liberties
Slander
Free Exercise Clause
Sixth Amendment
First amendment
Libel
Fourteenth amendment
Probable Cause
self-incrimination
Plea Bargaining
Establishment clause
Symbolic Speech
Prior restraint
Exclusionary Rule
Fifth Amendment
Incorporation Doctrine
Zelman v. Simmons - Harris, 2002
Barron v. Baltimore, 1833
Engel v. Vitale, 1962#
Gitlow v. New York, 1925
Near v. Minnesota, 1931
Gideon v. Wainwright, 1963#
Zurcher v. Stanford Daily, 1978 McClesky v. Kemp, 1987
Miller v. California, 1973
Gregg v. Georgia, 1976
Roe v. Wade, 1973 #
Planned Parenthood v. Casey 1992 #
Texas v. Johnson, 1989#
Lemon v. Kurtzman, 1971
Schenck v. U.S., 1919 #
NAACP v. Alabama, 1958
Miranda v. Arizona, 1961#
Mapp v. Ohio, 1961
Roth v. U.S.
Red Lion Broadcasting Company v. Federal Communication Commission, 1961
Miami Herald publishing company v. Tornillo , 1974
Double jeopardy
Due process clause
Eminent domain
Indictment
Miranda rights
Police powers
Seditious speech
Clear and present danger doctrine
Griswold v. Connecticut
Communications Decency Act, 1997
Ashcroft v. ACLU
Webster v Reproductive Health Services, 97
Palko v. Connecticut, 1937
Abbington v. Scemp , 1963
Civil rights
Fourteenth amendment
Thirteenth amendment
Civil Rights Act of 1964#
suffrage
Fifteenth amendment
poll taxes
White primary
Twenty fourth amendment
Voting Rights Acts of 1965#
Nineteenth amendment
Equal Rights Amendment
comparable worth
American with Disabilities Act of 1990#
affirmative action
de facto segregation
de jure segregation
equal protection clause
grandfather clause
Jim crow laws
racial gerrymandering
separate but equal
strict scrutiny
Title IX Education Act of 1972
Age Discrimination in Employment Act
Religious Freedom restitution Act
Gratz v. Bollinger
Grutter v. Bollinger
Brown v Board of Education
Shaw v. Reno







Unit 3: Political Beliefs and Behaviors

Ch. 10
Ch. 6
Legitimacy
Referendum
Initiative petition
Suffrage
Political efficacy #
Civic duty
Voter registration
Motor Voter Act
Mandate Theory of elections
Policy voting
Electoral college
Retrospective voting.
Attentative public
Issue Advocacy Ads
Party identification
Australian Ballot
Realigning elections
Solid south
Split ticket voting
Straight ticket voting
Swing state
Baker v. Carr
Reynolds v. Sims
Wesberry v. Sanders
Random sampling
political culture #
Exit poll
public opinion
Political ideology #
melting pot
sampling error reapportionment
Political participation Political Action Committees
Sampling error
Demographics #
Gender gap
Independent
Issue advocacy ads
Political socialization
Independent









































Unit 4: Media, Parties, Interest Groups, Campaigns

Media
Parties
Interest groups
Campaigns
High tech politics
Mass media
Media event
Press conferences
Investigative journalism
Print media
Broadcast media
Narrowcasting
Chains
Beats
Trial balloons
Sound bites#
Talking head
Policy agenda
Policy entrepreneurs
Fairness doctrine
Feeding frenzy
Horse race coverage/politics
Selective perception
Selective exposure
Spin (control)


Party competition
Political party
Linkage institution
Party image
Rational choice theory
Party identification
Ticket-splitting
Party machines
Patronage#
Closed primaries
Open primaries
National convention
National committee
National chairperson
Coalition
Party eras
Critical election
Party realignment
New Deal Coalition
Party dealignment
Party neutrality
Third parties
Winner take all system
Proportional representation
Coalition government
Responsible party model
Divided government
Blanket primary
Non partisan elections
Office column ballot
Party column ballot
* Dealingment argument
Unite rule
Party platform
Interest group
Pluralist theory
Elite theory
Hyperpluralist theory
Subgovernments
Potential group
Actual group
Interest group
Subgovernemnts