What are civil liberties?
What is the Fourteenth Amendment?
Explain Clear and Present Danger
First case to apply incorporation?
How has the Court forced church and state away from each other
What is the Lemon test?
How has free speech been upheld?
What is prior restraint?
How are libel and slander different? What are the effects of Sullivan v. New York Times?
What is the exclusionary rule?
What did Mapp v. Ohio do?
What is a warrantless search? What is probable cause?
Why are public school searches constitutional?
Explain Miranda v. Arizona
SHORT ANSWER: How did the case of Barron v. Baltimore affect states, in terms of civil liberties?
SHORT ANSWER: What is the theory of selective incorporation and how was it used to protect civil liberties?
Compare: De jure vs. De facto
What is the significance of Dred Scott?
What is the significance of Plessy v. Ferguson?
SHORT ANSWER: Identify and explain [at least] three ways in which the disenfranchisement of African-Americans occured.
What is the signifiance of Brown v. Board?
Why were most businesses subject to the Civil Rights Act of 1964?
Explain Axender v. Holmes
SHORT ANSWER: What is affirmative action? What did the 1995 decision have to do with it?
What is coverture?
What did the Americans with Disabilities Act do?
What is public policy? What is social welfare policy? What is regulatory policy?
Specific kinds of Reg. policy include...?
Explain the Social Security Act
What is the War on Poverty?
Name and describe the four different kinds of Economic policies
What is the budget process?
What's a progressive income tax?
What is discretionary spending?
What is mandatory spending?
What is NAFTA