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US Government and Politics (Politics A-level)

This bundle provides notes on the chapters for the US Government and Politics module of the Politics A level. It also covers comparative politics.

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Pressure groups (US)

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This document answers the question: "To what extent do pressure groups in the US enhance democracy?"

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Democracy and participation (US)

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This document involves an analysis of presidential elections as well as a summary of campaign finance. It also includes the differences in policy between the Democrat and Republican parties as well as the different factions in the Democrat and Republican parties. It also provides a summary of the lo...

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Supreme Court and Rights

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This document analyzes how far the supreme court of the US protects rights.

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How powerful is the Supreme Court of the US

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This document provides a model essay answer to the question 'How powerful is the US Supreme Court?'.

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Summary: Appointment process of US Supreme Court justices

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This document provides a summary of the appointment process of US Supreme Court justices.

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Comparing US and UK parties

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This document provides a comparison between US and UK parties (aspects compared: campaign finance and party funding; party systems; internal party unity; party policies; third and minor parties)

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Comparing electoral systems of the UK and US

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This document provides a comparison between the UK and US electoral systems.

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Comparing the US and UK Supreme Courts

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This document includes a thorough comparison of the US and UK Supreme Courts (origins; appointments, membership and tenure; powers; independence)

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Comparing the US and UK constitutions

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This document includes a detailed analysis of the comparison between the US and UK constitutions including the difference in origins and culture, structure, democracy and sovereignty, provisions, separation/fusion of power, checks and balances, federalism and devolution. It also includes notes on th...

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The US president

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This document provides a summary of the chapter of the US President including the formal powers of the president, limitations on presidential power as well as factors that affect presidential success.

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Debates

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This document involves the main debates regarding US congress: The changing significance of parties in Congress (partisanship)/ The changing powers of Congress/ Congress and representation.

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US constitution

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This document includes the three main features of the US constitution. It also includes a summary of the amendment process as well as its advantages and disadvantages. It also provides a summary of the principles of the constitution.

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