Exam 1 #3
Last Modified: 2011-07-01
Related Textbooks:America's New Democracy (5th Edition)
Related Textbooks:Cengage Advantage Books: Liberty, Equality, Power: A History of the American People, Volume I: To 1877, Compact (Thomson Advantage Books)
- Each party chooses a nominee who squares off in general elections
- Selects the office holder
- Dissatisfied citizens remove sitting officials
- Proposed laws or constitutional amendments placed on the ballot by citizen petition
- Law or states constitutional amendments proposed by a legislative body that require voter approval before going into effect.
- The senate
- The president
- The connecticut compromise
- It did not include adequate protection for liberty
- John Jay, Alexander Hamilton, and James Madison.
- A group of around a dozen members who serve as links between leaders and the parties rank and file
- Term given to politician's trading of favors, votes or generalized support for each other's proposal
- Theory that sees committee as means of providing reliable information about the actual consequences of the legislation that members could adopt
- Tries to reconcile two versions of the bill
- Free postage for official business
- Budgetary laws and regulations that ere tucked inside other budget bills so that they have a better chance of passing than a separate bill
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