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    Stare Decisis and Judicial Restraint

    Demand Justice co-founder Brian Fallon talked about the ideas of stare decisis and judicial restraint.…

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    Judicial Review and Federalist 78

    Chief Judge Roger Gregory of the Fourth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals discussed the idea of Judicial…

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    Comparing the Heller and McDonald Supreme Court Cases

    Fordham Law School Professor Nicholas Johnson talked about the D.C. v. Heller and McDonald v. Chicago…

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    2019 Cram for the Exam AP Government and Politics Exam Review

    High school government teachers Andrew Conneen and Daniel Larsen talked about the Advanced Placement…

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    Bureaucratic Discretion

    "Bureaucratic Discretion" refers to the authority exercised by members of the bureaucracy (unelected…

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    The Federal Bureaucracy

    The federal bureaucracy, encompassing millions of employees and hundreds of agencies, departments, and…

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    Gideon v Wainwright and the Right to Counsel

    In 1963, based on a handwritten petition from an indigent Florida prisoner, the Supreme Court decided…

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    The Exclusionary Rule and Mapp v Ohio

    The 1961 Supreme Court case of Mapp v. Ohio originated when police officers demanded entry into the home…

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    Voter Turnout

    Voter turnout, or the choice by voters whether or not to participate in a given election, is impacted by…

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    Libertarianism

    Libertarian political ideology places a strong emphasis on individual freedom, a very limited role for…

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    AP Government Key Terms Review (Unit by Unit)

    This lesson is aligned with the framework for the redesigned Advanced Placement Government and Politics…

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    AP Government Key Founding Documents Review

    This lesson provides students with an opportunity to review the concepts and assertions of, and…

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    AP Government Landmark Supreme Court Cases Review

    This lesson provides students with an opportunity to review the facts and holdings of, and connections…

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    Landmark Supreme Court Case: Engel v. Vitale (1962)

    Deliberations over the role of religion in public life are as old as the United States itself - and, of…

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    Broadcast Decency

    Offensive content that appears in television or radio broadcasts can be regulated by the Federal…

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    Unprotected Speech: Obscenity

    Obscene content falls in the category of speech unprotected by First Amendment guarantees. Over the 20th…

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    Unprotected Speech: Defamation (Libel and Slander)

    While speech enjoys broad First Amendment protections in the United States, it is not an unlimited…

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    Time-Place-Manner Restrictions

    While free speech, assembly, and petition are protected under the First Amendment, the Supreme Court has…

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    Symbolic Speech

    Symbolic speech, defined as expression by conduct rather than words, has come before the United States…

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    Freedom of the Press

    The First Amendment to the United States Constitution provides that "Congress shall make no…

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