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Unit 1 Study Cards

QuestionAnswer
the ability to get others to do what you want power
everything a government does or doesn't do policy
the battle over who gets what, when, where and how politics
1st government of the freed colonies Articles of Confederation
Life without government is harsh, brutish and shosrt Hobbes
author of the Declaration of Independence Thomas Jefferson
to whom was the Declaration of Independence addressed the world
Locke's "natural rights" life, liberty and the pursuit of property
freedom of choose liberty
supreme, ultimate authority within a specific area, legally and independent of any other government sovereignty
highest class rules aristocracy
government is unable to act on important issues usually the result of divided government gridlock
president and majority of Congress align with opposite parties divided government
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