Government/Political Science and Law, Government/Political Science, Social and Behavioral Sciences
Academic Lower Division, Academic Upper Division
Campaign Funding, Formal Powers, Going Public, President, Oral Argument, Congressional Election, Minority Leader, Home Rule, House, Executive Order, Executive Privilege, Joint Committee, Politico Model of Representation, Original Jurisdiction, Majority Opinion, Delegate Legislator, Amendatory Veto, Bicameralism, Criminal Law, Circuit Courts, Descriptive Representation, Amicus Curiae, Dual Court System, Congress, Appellate Jurisdiction, Senatorial Courtesy, Brief, Executive Agreement, Common Law, Trial Court, Charter, Judiciary Branch, Conference Committee, Enumerated Powers, Trustee Model of Representation, Impeachment, Expressed Powers, Individualistic Political Culture, Cabinet, Dissenting Opinion, Civil Law, Associate Justice, Select Committee, Judicial Activism, Moralistic Political Culture, Line-item Veto, Docket, Cloture, Filibuster, Chief Justice, Inherent Powers, Surge-and-decline Theory, First Lady, Commission System, Markup, Office of Management and Budget, Mayor-council System, Speaker of the House, Majority Leader, Council-administrator, Precedent, Pork-barrel Politics, Consecutive Term Limits, Local Government, Bill, Reduction Veto, State Government, Presidency, Apportionment, Dillon’s Rule, Bully Pulpit, Lifetime Ban, Presidential Election, Appellate Courts, Council-manager System, Representation, Tempore</emphasis>, Constituency, Collective Representation, Stare Decisis, Rule of Four, Rally Around the Flag Effect, Term Limits, Senate, Marbury v. Madison, President <emphasis Effect="italics">pro, Concurring Opinion, Traditionalistic Political Culture, Oversight, Writ of Certiorari, Executive Office of the President, U.S. Constitution, Implied Powers, King Caucus, Signing Statement, Trustee, Supreme Court, Whip, Incumbency, Judicial Review, Courts of Appeals, Conference, Standing Committee, Electoral College, Judicial Restraint, Delegate Model of Representation, Solicitor General, Council-elected Executive, Pardon, District Courts