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1

Outline the many points of Locker v. New York

The main point is the liberty of contract. This case was based on bakers who were challenged on having restriction on there hours but the court favor the bakers they ended up as long as the bakers thought they should.

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Brief description Crain Britton's stages of political revolution

Fall of the old regime
National struggle between moderates and radicals
Civil war and international war
Victory of the radicals
Reign of terror
The cooling off period after the reign of terror
Bureaucratization of the revolution in formal constitutions and in regular governmental institutions.

3

Which factors tend to bring on conditions for democracy -explain

It seems to be that coastal areas in South America have democracy held higher democracy ratings than the interior, but their isn't factor that if it happen you will have a democracy

4

Describe the Marxist Leninist approach to political revolution

This is an approach to revolution things use is agitation propaganda and mass mobilization.

5

Filariasis v. Pena- Irala

Was a landmark case in the U.S.A international law.

(Alien tort clause)

6

Wickard V. Filburn

Commerce clause case aggregation of production will lower demand and price

7

Scott v. Sandford

Landmark case even though Scott lost original intent slavery as property and birth (due process)

8

Roe v. Wade

Right of privacy including the right of abortion.

9

Brown v. Board of education of Topeka

Landmark (segregated schools are inherently unconstitutional)

10

Plessy V. Ferguson

14 amendment (equal but separate doctrine legalizing separation of race)

11

Baker V.carr

Justiciable cases apportionment via equal protection of the 14amendment land mark case

12

Tinker V. Des Moines Independent School District

Arm bands as symbolic speech
Freedom of speech case

13

Boy Scouts V. Dale

Freedom of association allows a private organization like the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) to exclude a person from membership when "the presence of that person affects in a significant way the group's ability to advocate public or private viewpoints.

14

Wallace V. Jaffree

Establishment free exercise clause (freedom of religion.)
Prayer in public school is a violation of the constitution.

15

Camarilla

a small group of people, especially a group of advisers to a ruler or politician, with a shared, typically nefarious, purpose

16

Coup d'etat

a sudden and unconstitutional action in politics, especially one resulting in a change of government illegally or by force.

17

Transparency as a trait of democracy

More open to scrutiny so normally less corruption waste and inefficiently.
The ability is look into a government school corporation to see how it function.

18

Rentier effect

Through which goverments use low tax rates and high spending to dampen pressures for democracy

19

US Citizenship

You can naturalized yourself or born on USA soil.

20

Servitudes

National owned territories and waters but with international responsibilities such as canals rivers coastal water and access right for land-locked countries

21

Exhausting local remedies

Aliens arrested in visited states must follow local court and legal procedures without undue intercession by their own countries.

22

Opinion juris

A common practices that are accepted and recognized over an extended period and without disputed

23

Prescription

A squatters claims where land ownership will shift to squatters if no protest by original owners over an extended time.

24

Carlos marighela of Brazil

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25

Abraham Guillen

Urban gorilla warfare example Spain
Gorilla organization in the cities

26

Thalweg

Nation or state borders with in the channels or rivers

27

Prometheus

Is the violation of a law the law still continues even though it was broken

28

The Scotia

Common international usage or custom was a source of international law

29

Missouri v. Holland

Treaties were the law of the land.

30

Mighell V. Sultan of Johore

Royal immunity

31

Luther V. Sagor

Recognition by one country to another gives legality to all official actions of the recognized.

32

Jane"s claim

Exhaustion of local remedies and hence a denial of Justice.

33

US v. Wong Kim art

Place of birth born in the USA soil so he is an USA citizen.

34

The Anna

Erosion gave valid claim to land ownership.
Erosion case illegal capture during time of war.

35

Wildenhus case

All ships need to have a registrations disturbed the tranquility of the port so it may take jurisdiction.

36

Monroe Doctrine


a principle of US policy, originated by President James Monroe in 1823, that any intervention by external powers in the politics of the Americas is a potentially hostile act against the US.

37

Rimlands

a peripheral area of a country or region example heartland of mackinders

38

Shatterbelts

Two levels of conflict - regional and strategic. When they come together, a shatterbelt happens.

39

Checkerboards

A leap frog configuration of state within a region whereby neighboring countries appear as enemies but neighbors of neighbors further out appear as allies.

40

Choke Points

a point of congestion or blockage.

Pivotal land and sea areas straits passages canals channels and river estuaries follow this concept position that may exert impact over an extended distance beyond their immediate location countries compete for control over such points.

.Pasajes de áreas terrestres y marítimas fundamentales del estrecho canales canales y estuarios seguir esta posición de concepto que puede ejercer impacto sobre una distancia extendida más allá de su inmediata localización países compiten por el control de dichos puntos.

41

Off-shore balancing

is a strategic concept used in realist analysis in international relations. It describes a strategy where a great power uses favored regional powers to check the rise of potential hostile powers.

42

Describe the corporate political system

Corporations are very closed few members of a society are able to participate in such groups and most have no say in politics and it based themselves on traditions or status