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Exam 1

TermDefinition
Federalism
Government
Unitary System
Oligarchy
Direct democracy
bicameralism
theocracy
reserve powers
Division of powers
full faith and credit clause
extradition
national supremacy clause
popular consent
majority
plurality
weakness of the articles of confederation
constitutional convention
george washington
virginia plan
new jersey plan
connecticut compromise
3/5th compromise
federalist papers
federalists
james madison
anti-federalists
john jay
marbury v madison
alexander hamilton
federalists #10, 47, 51
checks and balances
block grants
electoral college
categorical grants
confederation
dual federalism
the war power
unfunded mandates
impeachment
concurrent powers
equality of opportunity
shared values
divided government
totalitarianism
originalist approach
executive order
executive privilege
power to declare war
marble cake federalism
Created by: hannahyu012