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    1. 1. Nervous Politics APUSGOPO
    2. 2. Rules• Get in one of three teams• Pick a person to be your speaker• Pick a person to be your guesser• None of the other team members may speak but they may use their notes or textbooks and write down answers
    3. 3. Rules• The speaker faces the overhead where the words are projected• The guesser sits with their back to the overhead• The team has 30 seconds• Terms will be flashed on the overhead, one at a time• The speaker tries to get the guesser to say as many terms as possible within 30 seconds
    4. 4. Rules• The speaker may say anything (within reason) except the actual words they are trying to get the guesser to say. They lose a point every time the speaker says the term.• The team gets one point every time the guesser guesses the term• If the speaker gives up they may say “pass” and go on to the next slide. They can not go back to slides they pass.
    5. 5. Rules• At the end of the time, other teams may guess the unanswered terms for half credit (first hand up, first served)• The team with the most total points at the end of the game gets that many extra credit points.
    6. 6. •Federal Reserve Board
    7. 7. •Office of Personnel and Management
    8. 8. •EPA
    9. 9. •Brown v Board
    10. 10. •Gideon v Wainwright
    11. 11. •Civil Service
    12. 12. •Federal Register
    13. 13. •FCC
    14. 14. •Miranda v Arizona
    15. 15. •Roe v Wade
    16. 16. •Bakke v University of California Board of Regents
    17. 17. •Spoils system
    18. 18. •Cloture
    19. 19. •Selective Incorporation
    20. 20. •Categorical grant
    21. 21. •Oversight
    22. 22. •FDA
    23. 23. •Tinker v DesMoines
    24. 24. •Engel v Vitale
    25. 25. •Inner Cabinet
    26. 26. •Social capital
    27. 27. •Miranda v Arizona
    28. 28. •Gender gap
    29. 29. •Political socialization
    30. 30. •PAC
    31. 31. •Texas v Johnson
    32. 32. •Independent expenditures
    33. 33. •Dealignment
    34. 34. •Duverger’s Law
    35. 35. •Poll Tax
    36. 36. •incumbent
    37. 37. •midterm election
    38. 38. •Term limits
    39. 39. •Plessy v Ferguson
    40. 40. •Double Jeopardy
    41. 41. •Civil Rights Act of 1964
    42. 42. •Commander in Chief
    43. 43. •Election of 1932
    44. 44. •Commerce Clause
    45. 45. •14th Amendment
    46. 46. •divided government
    47. 47. •Realigning Election
    48. 48. •Speaker of the House
    49. 49. •Gitlow v New York
    50. 50. •Executive Order
    51. 51. •Anti-Federalists
    52. 52. •Reynolds v US
    53. 53. •Clear and Present Danger Doctrine
    54. 54. •4th Amendment
    55. 55. •James Madison
    56. 56. •John Marshall
    57. 57. •Habeas Corpus
    58. 58. •Writ of Certiorari
    59. 59. •Federal Appeals Court
    60. 60. •Heart of Atlanta Motel v US
    61. 61. •Due Process
    62. 62. •Strict Constructionist
    63. 63. •Free Exercise Clause
    64. 64. •Americans with Disabilities Act
    65. 65. •Pocket Veto
    66. 66. •Rule of Four
    67. 67. •Filibuster
    68. 68. •Fiscal Policy
    69. 69. •Block Grant
    70. 70. •Presidential Chief of Staff
    71. 71. • DOMA
    72. 72. •Eminent Domain
    73. 73. •Gideon v Wainwright
    74. 74. •Dissenting Opinion
    75. 75. •Rider
    76. 76. •Solicitor General
    77. 77. •Conference Committee
    78. 78. •Articles of Confederation
    79. 79. •Federalism
    80. 80. •Checks and Balances
    81. 81. •Liberalism
    82. 82. •Liberalism
    83. 83. •Federalist Papers
    84. 84. •Separation of Powers
    85. 85. • No Smoothen the Lion
    86. 86. •Popular Sovereignty
    87. 87. •Medicare
    88. 88. •Socialism
    89. 89. •GDP
    90. 90. •Commerce Clause
    91. 91. •Multilateralism
    92. 92. • Bill of Rights
    93. 93. •Social Security
    94. 94. •Deficit
    95. 95. •Full Faith And Credit Clause

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