• AP备考:AP美国政府与政治必背单词
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    • 2020-03-08 09:38:06

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        Government

        政府

        Politics

        Government

        Democracy

        Direct democracy

        Representative democracy

        Republic

        Legitimate

        Parliamentary system

        Presidential system

        A Congress

        A President

        The Judiciary

        The Constitution

        宪法

        Articles of Confederation

        Sovereignty

        Unicameral legislature

        Shay’s Rebellion

        Great (or Connecticut)Compromise

        Constitution

        Majority Rule

        Minority Rights

        To propose an Amendment

        To ratify an Amendment

        Some key facts

        Republic

        Judicial review

        Separation of powers

        Federalism

        Congress

        President

        Courts

        Checks and balances

        Faction

        Federalists

        Antifederalists

        Federalist Papers

        Coalition

        The Bill of Rights

        Ex Post Facto Law

        Writ of Habeas Corpus

        Bill of Attainder

        Amendment1, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

        Amendment2 & 3

        Civil Liberties

        公民自由

        Bill of Rights

        Civil liberties

        Due-process clause

        Equal protection clause

        Incorporation

        Prior restraint

        Freedom of Expression

        Criminaland Civil Law

        Libel

        Free speech

        Symbolic speech

        Free-exercise clause

        Establishment clause

        Wall of separation

        Religious freedom

        Exclusionary rule

        Search warrants

        Probable cause

        The Miranda Rules

        CriminalJustice

        Good-faithexception

        Civil Rights

        公民权利

        Separate-but-equal doctrine

        Suspect classifications

        Strict scrutiny

        Reverse discrimination

        Equality of opportunities

        Affirmative action

        Civil Rights

        Affirmative Action

        Rightsfor Women

        Police powers

        Privacy and Abortion

        Gay Rights