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Unit of Study
Community College / Lower Division, College / Upper Division
Nineteenth Amendment, Federalists, Articles of Confederation, Veto, Minority Rights, The Federalist Papers, Political Power, Toll Goods, Block Grant, Enumerated Powers, Private Goods, Government, Democracy, Anti-federalists, Majority Rule, Fourteenth Amendment, Great Compromise, Unicameral Legislature, Social Contract, Amendment, Public Goods, Virginia Plan, Concurrent Powers, Declaration of Independence, Full Faith and Credit Clause, Pluralist Theory, New Jersey Plan, Direct Democracy, Elastic Clause, Bill of Attainder, Republic, Fifteenth Amendment, New Federalism, Social Capital, Constitution, U.S. Constitution, Thirteenth Amendment, Checks and Balances, Bill of Rights, Creeping Categorization, Monarchy, Race-to-the-bottom, Ex Post Facto Law, Immigration Federalism, Writ of Habeas Corpus, Bicameral Legislature, Totalitarianism, Unfunded Mandates, Centralization, Unitary System, Common Goods, Federal System, Venue Shopping, Reserved Powers, Intense Preferences, Confederation, Politics, Elite Theory, Categorical Grant, Dual Federalism, Natural Rights, Partisanship, Separation of Powers, Ideology, Three-Fifths Compromise, Representative Democracy, Cooperative Federalism, Oligarchy, Supremacy Clause, Civic Engagement, Devolution, Nullification, General Revenue Sharing, Federalism, Privileges and Immunities Clause, Latent Preferences