Subject:
Government
Material Type:
Unit of Study
Level:
Community College / Lower Division, College / Upper Division
Tags:
Joint Committee, Apportionment, Inherent Powers, Judicial Restraint, Individualistic Political Culture, Supreme Court, Enumerated Powers, Rule of Four, Expressed Powers, Original Jurisdiction, Council-administrator, Home Rule, Surge-and-decline Theory, Descriptive Representation, Oversight, Consecutive Term Limits, Oral Argument, Common Law, Trial Court, Congress, Executive Order, District Courts, Appellate Courts, Cabinet, Circuit Courts, Lifetime Ban, Bicameralism, Judicial Review, Local Government, Signing Statement, Line-item Veto, Electoral College, King Caucus, Minority Leader, Executive Privilege, Delegate Model of Representation, Going Public, Markup, Dissenting Opinion, Concurring Opinion, Council-manager System, Solicitor General, Delegate Legislator, Rally Around the Flag Effect, Politico Model of Representation, Representation, Marbury v. Madison, Docket, Associate Justice, Charter, Pardon, Select Committee, House, Criminal Law, Council-elected Executive, Speaker of the House, Judiciary Branch, President <emphasis Effect="italics">pro, Majority Leader, Stare Decisis, Trustee, Conference, Incumbency, First Lady, Tempore</emphasis>, Dillon’s Rule, Brief, Commission System, Campaign Funding, Appellate Jurisdiction, Standing Committee, Traditionalistic Political Culture, Courts of Appeals, Filibuster, Civil Law, Amendatory Veto, Trustee Model of Representation, Formal Powers, U.S. Constitution, Majority Opinion, Judicial Activism, Impeachment, Amicus Curiae, President, Executive Office of the President, Office of Management and Budget, Congressional Election, Senatorial Courtesy, Presidency, Mayor-council System, State Government, Bill, Implied Powers, Executive Agreement, Presidential Election, Cloture, Constituency, Precedent, Bully Pulpit, Chief Justice, Senate, Dual Court System, Moralistic Political Culture, Collective Representation, Pork-barrel Politics, Conference Committee, Writ of Certiorari, Term Limits, Whip, Reduction Veto
License:
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/