corporate elites have more control over economic policy than do "the politicians in the visible government."
the will of the majority of the voting public determines government policy.
it is the preference of the special interest that largely determines what government does.
true authority lies with the elected politicians, and not with the public that put them in office.
the diverse nature of the citizenry enhances the democratic process in policymaking.
invalidated key pieces of FDR's New Deal legislation.
upheld FDR's "court-packing" proposal.
ruled that segregation violated the Fourteenth Amendment.
ruled that public accommodations were part of interstate commerce.
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the right to trial by jury
the need to charge an arrested suspect with a specific crime within 24 hours of arrest
the requirement that police read a suspect his rights before or during arrest
government provision of free legal counsel to the accused if they are too poor to hire a lawyer
the practice of allowing a suspect out on bail until time of the trial
is evidenced when government officials use their right to exercise power.
is by definition not coercive.
does not include the power to arrest and imprison.
ensures that lawlessness prevails most of the time.
is based on pluralism.
conflict over the institution of slavery.
the concerns of small states.
apportionment in the U.S. Senate.
the Electoral College.
the demands of large states.
It passed legislation to reduce the power of judicial review.
It forced the Court to accept the power to issue writs of mandamus.
Congress had no way to retaliate.
It voted to impeach the Chief Justice.
It completely disregarded the Court's ruling.
its lack of regulatory intervention
its lack of intervention through taxation
its lack of intervention through spending policies
the extent to which private transactions determine the allocation of economic costs and benefits
the extent to which it exercises regulatory intervention by altering interest rates
the Supreme Court.
the state supreme court of Virginia.
President Ulysses S. Grant.
Justice John Marshall Harlan.
None of these answers is correct.
San Francisco, California.
Seneca Falls, New York.
The Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) was ratified by the necessary 38 states in 1982.
The women's rights movement began in the era of World War I and within a few years achieved voting rights for women.
Women have made substantial gains in the areas of appointive and elective offices.
Women tend to cast their votes for Republican candidates.
All these answers are correct.
the preferred position doctrine.
the clear and present danger test.
the Miranda warning.
the fairness doctrine.
invalidated the principle of affirmative action.
ruled that Bakke could not be admitted to medical school.
established quota systems as a legitimate basis of affirmative action.
upheld the principle of affirmative action.
clear and present danger.