government study guide.
government study guide.
Final Exam Study Guide Terms and concepts: Public policy (definition) Shadow welfare state Media (importance) Public goods Great Depression History of suffrage Inflation (definition) Government Political party Keynesian economics Harold Lasswell National elections 2008 recession (job loss) The Articles of Confederation Interest groups Ralph Nader Supremacy clause Congress Federal minimum wage (last raise) Federalism House districts (size) History of American welfare The Bill of Rights Article II of the Constitution Changing goals of social policy Civil liberties Diplomatic recognition Problems with private charity 13th Amendment Civil Service Act of 1883 Social Security (year established) 15th Amendment Precedents Goal of Social Security Public opinion Common Law Contributions to Social Security Political socialization Unemployment benefits (duration) Freedom of the press Social Responsibility Facts (social responsibility questions developed by the department will be included in the multiple choice section on this exam): – Voter turnout in the United States is significantly lower than voter turnout in Western Europe -Younger people are the least likely to vote (i.e. 18-24 year olds) -Political alienation occurs when people are separated from their political system and/or government -Political alienation results from a problem with diffuse political support -Political alienation leads to more deviating elections and less political participation -The most common form of political participation in America is voting -Common forms of political expression are voting, flying flags, and putting signs in yard Essays (10 points each): Briefly describe the role that the states played in the debate over the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare). What action(s) did the states take in opposition to the act? Briefly describe how the Supreme Court governs the relationship between the federal government and state governments through the power of judicial review.  What is judicial review?




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