History Review 1320 Essay

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Cheyenne Herrick
Study Guide FINAL Political Science

Foreign Policy Chp.18 Part #1

-The goals of foreign policy are ?

-What the goals of foreign policy did ?

-Types of securities of foreign policy?

Foreign Policy Chp.18 Part #2

- Foreign policy post cold war ?

-What are the two things needed to make a nation work?

-Military expenditures ?

-Goals of economic prosperity are what ?

-The most favored nation status ?



-International humanitarian policies?

-The six influences of foreign policy ?

-The six players involved in the bureaucracy ?

-National security council ?

-Who does the national security council serve ?

-Who is involved in congress ?

-The executive government and what is special about them ?

-Interest groups of media ?

Foreign Policy Chp.18 Part #3

-Who makes American foreign policy ?

-Influence shifts ?

-Actors interact?

-Differences in influences ?

-Disagreements within ?

-Foreign policy process ?

- Influence of the president ?

-Time of crisis?

-Limits on choices ?

-Instruments of Modern Foreign policy ?
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-Diplomacy ?

-How diplomacy became a tool ?

-Do we like diplomacy?

-United nations ?

-General assembly ?

-Security council ?

-Economic Aid and sanctions?

-Economic aid purpose ?

-What do we use sanctions to accomplish ?

-Are sanctions successful or not and why ?

-Collective security ?


-Bilateral treaties ?

-Producers ?

-Consumers ?

-Are we producers or consumers ?

-Evaluating collective security ?

-Military force ?

-Arbitration ?

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- Bill of rights ?

-Why was it added ?

-Why did people in charge believe we needed it ?

2. Right to bear arms , this amendment has slowly been incorporated to include state and localities
3. Quartering soldiers act
4. Search and Seizure : * Exclusionary rule- the ability of courts to exclude any evidence that was obtained illegally . (Ex: Map Vs. Ohio)
5. Rights to the criminally accused-
A. Grand Juries: decides if sufficient evidence
B. Double Jeopardy: cant be tried for the same crime twice
C. Self incrimination: no citizen has to be a witness against themselves
D. Eminent Domain: no government can take private land for public use without $$.
6. Right to criminally accused-
A. Right to council- even if you cant afford one , one will be appointed to you.
B. Right to speedy trial
C. Impartial Jury- right to be tried in the area in which the crime was committed, and the right to obtain your own evidence , and also the right to confront your accuser.
8. Cruel and unusual punishment-
A. prohibits excessive bail , excessive fines , and cruel and unusual punishment… death penalty allowed , but it’s a drawn out process.
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-Civil rights ?
Obligation imposed on the government to take positive action to protect citizens from any illegal action of government agencies as well as private agencies.
-Two big court cases regarding civil rights ?

-Plessy vs. Fergison ?

- Brown Vs. Board ?

-Domestic Social policy ?

-Goals of domestic social policy ?
Goal #1: protect against the risk and insecurities that most face over the course of their lives
Goal#2: Equal opportunity and assisting the poor.
Goal#3: alleviate poverty
-How have we changed overtime with welfare ?
America has always had welfare system , but until 1935 it was almost entirely private. 1930’s welfare private foundations.
-Crime ?

-Statistics of crime?

-Rates of minorities in prison ?

-Texas execution rates ?

-U.S incarceration rate compared to the rest of the world ?

-Equality of opportunity ?
A wildly shared American idea that all people should have the freedom to use whatever talents and wealth they have to reach their full potential.
- What equality of opportunity is seeking to do ?