Political Science
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Unit of Study
Community College / Lower Division, College / Upper Division
De Facto Segregation, Caucus, Residency Requirement, Miranda Warning, Survey, Straight-ticket Voting, Early Voting, District System, Winner-take-all, Plea Bargain, Platform, De Jure Segregation, Poll, Equal Protection Clause, Search Warrant, Symbolic Speech, Incumbency Advantage, Election, Equality, Voter Fatigue, Horserace Coverage, Traditional Conservativism, Bill of Rights, Super PAC, Bandwagon Effect, Voting-age Population, Trail of Tears, Leading Questions, Socialism, Grandfather Clause, Public Opinion, Bradley Effect, Overt Content, Glass Ceiling, Equal Rights Amendment (ERA), Diffuse Support, Ideology, Ballot Fatigue, Plessy v. Ferguson, Margin of Error, Eminent Domain, Black Codes, Modern Liberalism, Affirmative Action, Direct Action, Free Exercise Clause, Civil Liberties, Classical Liberalism, Chronic Minority, White Primary, Top-two Primary, Understanding Text, Self-incrimination, Coverture, Initiative, Civil Rights, Agent of Socialization, Coattail Effect, Voting, Shadow Campaign, Favorability Polls, Voter Turnout, Communism, Poll Tax, Recall, Establishment Clause, Literacy Tests, Disenfranchisement, Jim Crow Laws, Exit Poll, Midterm Elections, Strict Scrutiny, Incumbent, Double Jeopardy, Campaign, Intermediate Scrutiny, Economic Liberty, Fascism, Straw Poll, Rational Basis Test, Political Action Committee, Open Primary, Comparable Worth, Delegates, Undue Burden Test, Probable Cause, Sherbert Test, Theory of Delegate Representation, Random Sample, Modern Conservatism, Blue Law, Push Poll, Political Socialization, Referendum, Closed Primary, Representative Sample, Reconstruction, Obscenity, American Indian Movement (AIM), Right to Privacy, Selective Incorporation, Prior Restraint, Voter Registration, Common-law Right, Electoral College, Exclusionary Rule, Covert Content, Due Process Clause, Brown v. Board of Education, Civil Disobedience, Title IX, Conscientious Objector