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Philadelphia Convention, 1787

Philadelphia Convention, 1787

Philadelphia Convention, 1787. 55 delegates; most wealthy and in their thirties; 39 had sat in Congress; 19 slave owners No official journal kept Secrecy to ensure open debate without fear of criticism Two basic issues Whether or not to tinker with the Articles of Confederation or replace it

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6.2 notes

6.2 notes

6.2 notes. Powers an Roles of the President p. 164-166. Chief Executive. 1. Propose Laws 2. Deliver the State of the Union Address. 3. Sends a Budget proposal to Congress 4. Has the power to veto bills. Commander in Chief.

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Executive Command

Executive Command

Executive Command. What does the president do?. Activity One. What all does the president do?. Create a to-do list for the president. Try to think of as many things as possible and write them below. A VERY big job!. Did your answers fit any of these categories?. Executive Branch Boss.

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Supreme Court Justices

Supreme Court Justices

Supreme Court Justices . Back row (left to right): Sonia Sotomayor, Stephen G. Breyer , Samuel A. Alito, and Elena Kagan . Front row (left to right): Clarence Thomas, Antonin Scalia, Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Anthony Kennedy, and Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Assignment:.

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Supreme Court Justices

Supreme Court Justices

Supreme Court Justices. Chief Justice John Roberts. Associate Justice Elana Kagan. Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Associate Justice Samuel Alito. Associate Justice Sonia Sotomayor. Associate Justice Stephen Breyer. Associate Justice Anthony Kennedy.

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Supreme Court Justices

Supreme Court Justices

Supreme Court Justices. Chief Justice – John G. Roberts. Born January 27, 1955 Fall 2011—56 yrs. Old Nominated by President G.W. Bush, 2005 Senate Confirmation Votes: For 78 – Against 22 Conservative. Antonin Scalia. Born March 11, 1936 Fall 2011—75 yrs. Old

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Supreme Court 7 Justices

Supreme Court 7 Justices

Supreme Court 7 Justices. The Supreme Court’s jurisdiction encompasses four main areas: original, appellate, exclusive and extraordinary.

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Justices of the Supreme Court

Justices of the Supreme Court

Justices of the Supreme Court. Opps! They aren’t the Justices! That’s Mrs. Stephanow and her group at the Supreme Court Summer Institute last June!. The REAL Current Justices. Chief Justice John Roberts. Born: Jan. 27, 1955 . Age: 54 Philosophy: Conservative Time served: 4 years.

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Supreme Court Justices & Racial Discrimination

Supreme Court Justices & Racial Discrimination

Supreme Court Justices & Racial Discrimination. POL 327 Slides for 2/03/09. IDEOLOGICAL DISTRIBUTION OF SUPREME COURT 2005. Strong Liberal. Moderate Liberal. Moderate Conservative. Strong Conservative. Breyer (C) Ginzburg (C) Souter (B-1) Stevens (F). Rehnquist (N/R) Scalia (R)

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United States Supreme Court 9 Justices

United States Supreme Court 9 Justices

United States Supreme Court 9 Justices. Court of Appeals 12 – 3 Judge Panels. District Courts 94. PA Supreme Court 7 Justices. Superior Court 15 Judges. Commonwealth Court 9 Judges. Court of Common Pleas 450 Judges. Minor Courts 533 Judges. Federal Crimes.

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Selecting Justices of the Supreme Court

Selecting Justices of the Supreme Court

Selecting Justices of the Supreme Court. AP Government and Politics Chapter 14: Wilson Homework : Wilson: (405-420). Discussion Questions. What would the membership of an ideal Supreme Court look like? 

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Researching United States Supreme Court Justices

Researching United States Supreme Court Justices

Researching United States Supreme Court Justices. Law 590-201 Senior Seminar (Supreme Court Decisions) July 5, 2005 James E. Duggan. Why is it important?. Knowing a justice’s background may give you insight into how the justice thinks…

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