Hitler’s Rise to Power. Created by: The Birmingham Holocaust Education Committee February 2008. Economy. Nazi Propaganda. Antisemitism. German Nationalism. +. Adolf Hitler. The Holocaust. ?.By dewitt
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 itBy arlene
Electoral College. The process to elect the President of the United States. Introduction. Electoral College 101 http://www.nytimes.com/video/opinion/100000001821730/electoral-college-101.html?smid=pl-share. Reasons that the Founding Founders created the Electoral College process: .By naava
Electoral Systems. First-Past-The-Post (FPTP) United States/Britain/Nigeria/Iran Single-member districts Plurality/winner-takes-all system (more than other candidates). Alternative Vote. British Referendum ( 2011) FPTP: single-member districts Rank your candidatesBy magda
Comparative Constitutional Law. German Constitution Class 14: October 10, 2006. Germany. Slightly smaller than Montana Population is more than 80 million. German Basic Law. What is the Basic Law? How was it created? What happened to the Basic Law on reunification in 1990?. Germany.By kailey
American Government. U.S. Congressional Elections & Participation. Congressional Elections. Elections for the U.S. Congress in particular may be as competitive and nearly as important as the presidential campaign.By otto
A Story About Political Representation. Six Friends Want Pizza for Dinner.By breanna-leach
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