Friday, January 23, 2009

Bill of Rights Mid-term Terms

United States Constitution
• Basic structure of
• First 10 amendments of
• Basic powers held by different branches of government

Trial jury
Grand jury
14th amendment
Bill of Rights
due process
equal protection
civil liberties
judicial review
Dangerous Tendencies Test/Clear and Present Danger
Writ of certiorari

Barron v. Mayor of Baltimore
Hurtado v. California
Slaughterhouse Cases
Kelo v. New London
Earls v. Bd of Ed
Meyer v. Nebraska
Gitlow v. New York
Marbury v. Madison
Dred Scott v. Sandford
Schenk v. United States
Presser v. Illinois
Abrams v. United States

Bolshevic Revolution
Haymarket Uprising
Espionage Act
Revolutionary socialism
Earl Warren
“power of the purse”
Electoral College
Constitutional Convention of 1787
separation of powers
John Locke
Declaration of Independence
checks and balances
amending process
House of Representatives
Articles of Confederation
Bill of Rights
Whiskey Rebellion
Shays’ Rebellion
New Jersey Plan
Virginia Plan
Connecticut Compromise
George Washington
James Madison
Alexander Hamilton
Thomas Jefferson
Executive, legislative, judicial branches (major powers of each)
Framers of the Constitution
States rights/state sovereignty
Earl Warren/Major Justices

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