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Advanced Research Projects Agency Network (ARPANET) 12.2 Types of Media and the Changing Media Landscape
agricultural groups 8.1 What Is an Interest Group?
Al Jazeera Introduction
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) 8.2 What Are the Pros and Cons of Interest Groups?
American Medical Association (AMA) 8.1 What Is an Interest Group?
appropriations process 9.1 What Do Legislatures Do?
Article III courts 11.1 What Is the Judiciary?
Articles of Confederation 7.3 Civil Rights Abuses
Assembly of First Nations 8.1 What Is an Interest Group?
Associated Press Introduction
asynchronous content 12.4 The Internet and Social Media
authoritarian-populist judiciary 11.1 What Is the Judiciary?
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balance of power 14.5 The Realist Worldview
Bangladesh Rural Advancement Committee (BRAC) 15.5 Non-state Actors: Nongovernmental Organizations (NGOs)
Brennan Center 7.3 Civil Rights Abuses
Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters 7.4 Civil Rights Movements
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Cairo Declaration on Human Rights in Islam 4.1 The Freedom of the Individual
Camp David Accords Introduction
Canadian Federation of Independent Businesses 8.1 What Is an Interest Group?
candidate-centered campaign 8.4 What Are the Limits of Parties?
capital punishment 11.4 Criminal versus Civil Laws
Capitol Hill riots 8.3 Political Parties
Carter Introduction
Center for Countering Digital Hate 12.4 The Internet and Social Media
Chauvin Introduction
Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998 (COPPA) 4.3 The Right to Privacy, Self-Determination, and the Freedom of Ideas
Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission 8.2 What Are the Pros and Cons of Interest Groups?
Civil Human Rights Front 8.1 What Is an Interest Group?
civil rights groups 8.1 What Is an Interest Group?
Comité des Citoyens (Committee of Citizens) 7.4 Civil Rights Movements
Committee of Religious NGOs at the UN (RUN) 15.5 Non-state Actors: Nongovernmental Organizations (NGOs)
Communist Party 8.3 Political Parties
community responsibilities 4.1 The Freedom of the Individual
Comparative Constitutions Project 7.1 Civil Rights and Constitutionalism
competitive devaluations 16.3 The Bretton Woods Institutions
complex interdependence 14.6 The Liberal and Social Worldview
Congress of Aboriginal Peoples (CAP) 8.1 What Is an Interest Group?
congressional district method 8.6 How Do People Participate in Elections?
Conservative Party (Tories) 8.3 Political Parties
Convention to Eliminate All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) 15.2 International Law
core countries 14.7 Critical Worldviews
core-periphery model 14.7 Critical Worldviews
Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada (CIRNAC) 5.1 What Is Political Participation?
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defensive realism 14.5 The Realist Worldview
Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) 9.4 The Decline of Legislative Influence
Democractic Socialists of America 8.1 What Is an Interest Group?
Democratic National Committee (DNC) 5.3 How Do Individuals Participate Other Than Voting?
Democratic Socialists 8.3 Political Parties
dependency theory 14.7 Critical Worldviews
descriptive representation 9.1 What Do Legislatures Do?
dictatorship Introduction
Disability Rights Education and Defense Fund (DREDF) 7.2 Political Culture and Majority-Minority Relations
disturbance theory 8.1 What Is an Interest Group?
Don’t ask, don’t tell 10.2 The Executive in Presidential Regimes
Drug Policy Alliance 8.1 What Is an Interest Group?
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Election Assistance Commission 8.6 How Do People Participate in Elections?
EMILY’s List Introduction
environmental regulations Introduction
Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) 16.3 The Bretton Woods Institutions
EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) 4.3 The Right to Privacy, Self-Determination, and the Freedom of Ideas
European Federation of Journalists 12.2 Types of Media and the Changing Media Landscape
European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) 12.2 Types of Media and the Changing Media Landscape
European Transparency Initiative (ETI) 8.2 What Are the Pros and Cons of Interest Groups?
ex post facto laws 11.4 Criminal versus Civil Laws
executive order 11.1 What Is the Judiciary?
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Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 3.3 The Development of Varieties of Liberalism
Federal Election Commission 8.6 How Do People Participate in Elections?
Federal Housing Administration 3.3 The Development of Varieties of Liberalism
Federal Reserve System 16.3 The Bretton Woods Institutions
feminist theory 14.7 Critical Worldviews
For the People Act 7.3 Civil Rights Abuses
Free Establishment Clause 7.3 Civil Rights Abuses
free ride Introduction
Freedom House Introduction
fundamental liberty 4.1 The Freedom of the Individual
Future of Freedom Foundation 3.5 Contemporary Democratic Liberalism
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Gay Men’s Health Project 8.1 What Is an Interest Group?
General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) 16.3 The Bretton Woods Institutions, 16.3 The Bretton Woods Institutions
Geneva Conventions 15.2 International Law
German Bundestag 9.1 What Do Legislatures Do?
German Trade Union Confederation (DGB - Deutscher Gewerkschaftsbund) 8.1 What Is an Interest Group?
governing regimes Introduction
grassroots Introduction
Greenpeace International 8.1 What Is an Interest Group?
Gross National Happiness 7.3 Civil Rights Abuses
gross national income Introduction
guilt beyond a reasonable doubt 11.4 Criminal versus Civil Laws
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Honest Leadership and Open Government Act of 2007 8.2 What Are the Pros and Cons of Interest Groups?
human rights law 15.2 International Law
Human Rights Watch Introduction
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Ida B. Wells Society for Investigative Reporting 2.1 What Goals Should We Seek in Politics?
ideological group 8.1 What Is an Interest Group?
Immigration and Nationality Act 4.4 Freedom of Movement
Independence Party (UKIP) 12.3 How Do Media and Elections Interact?
Indian Citizenship Act 5.1 What Is Political Participation?
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) 16.6 Considering Poverty, Inequality, and the Environmental Crisis
International Bank for Reconstruction and Development 16.3 The Bretton Woods Institutions
International Campaign to Ban Landmines 15.5 Non-state Actors: Nongovernmental Organizations (NGOs)
International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas (ICCAT) 6.5 Resolving Collective Action Problems
International Committee of the Red Cross 15.2 International Law
International Court of Justice 15.2 International Law, 15.2 International Law
International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights 4.3 The Right to Privacy, Self-Determination, and the Freedom of Ideas
International Covenant on Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights 4.3 The Right to Privacy, Self-Determination, and the Freedom of Ideas
International Criminal Court 15.2 International Law
international financial institutions 16.3 The Bretton Woods Institutions
international liquidity 16.3 The Bretton Woods Institutions
international relations Introduction
International Trade Organization (ITO) 16.3 The Bretton Woods Institutions
Iran Nuclear Deal 14.3 Sovereignty and Anarchy
Irish Farmers Association 8.1 What Is an Interest Group?
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Japan Medical Association 8.1 What Is an Interest Group?
Japan Rice Millers Association 8.1 What Is an Interest Group?
judicial branch 11.1 What Is the Judiciary?
judicial independence 11.1 What Is the Judiciary?
judicial system 11.1 What Is the Judiciary?
Juliana v. United States 4.6 The Right to a Healthy Environment
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Kent v. Dulles 4.4 Freedom of Movement
knowledge institution 16.3 The Bretton Woods Institutions
Korematsu v. United States 7.3 Civil Rights Abuses
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La Quadrature du Net 8.1 What Is an Interest Group?
labor unions Introduction
Lavender Hill Mob 8.1 What Is an Interest Group?
law of the parties 11.4 Criminal versus Civil Laws
law of the sea 15.2 International Law
Legal Information Institute 7.4 Civil Rights Movements
legislative delegation 9.1 What Do Legislatures Do?
legislative sovereignty system 11.6 Judicial Review versus Executive Sovereignty
Liberal Democrats 8.3 Political Parties
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majority coalition 8.3 Political Parties
March on Washington 7.4 Civil Rights Movements
Marijuana Policy Project 8.1 What Is an Interest Group?
Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting 5.3 How Do Individuals Participate Other Than Voting?
Markkula Center for Applied Ethics 7.1 Civil Rights and Constitutionalism
Martin Introduction
Martin Luther King Jr. 7.4 Civil Rights Movements
members of Parliament (MPs) 8.6 How Do People Participate in Elections?
Mikulski Introduction
Montgomery Bus Boycott 7.4 Civil Rights Movements
multinational corporations 15.6 Non-state Actors beyond NGOs
multiparty system 8.3 Political Parties
multipolar system 14.5 The Realist Worldview
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National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) 7.4 Civil Rights Movements, 8.1 What Is an Interest Group?
National Farmers Union 8.1 What Is an Interest Group?
national identity groups 15.6 Non-state Actors beyond NGOs
non-tariff trade barriers 16.3 The Bretton Woods Institutions
noneconomic groups 8.1 What Is an Interest Group?
nongovernmental organizations 4.1 The Freedom of the Individual
nonpartisan elections 11.1 What Is the Judiciary?
nonprofessional legislatures 9.1 What Do Legislatures Do?
normative Introduction
North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) 15.4 How Do Regional IGOs Contribute to Global Governance?
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OECD (Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development) 8.5 What Are Elections and Who Participates?
offensive realism 14.5 The Realist Worldview
Operation Desert Storm 15.2 International Law
Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) 5.1 What Is Political Participation?
Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) 12.5 Declining Global Trust in the Media
Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe 15.4 How Do Regional IGOs Contribute to Global Governance?
Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) 15.4 How Do Regional IGOs Contribute to Global Governance?
original jurisdiction 11.1 What Is the Judiciary?
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parliamentary procedures 9.1 What Do Legislatures Do?
parliamentary sovereignty system 11.6 Judicial Review versus Executive Sovereignty
partisan elections 11.1 What Is the Judiciary?
partisan representation 9.1 What Do Legislatures Do?
Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act 9.1 What Do Legislatures Do?
Peace Palace 15.2 International Law
periphery countries 14.7 Critical Worldviews
Plessy v. Ferguson 7.4 Civil Rights Movements
plurilateral agreements 16.3 The Bretton Woods Institutions
polarization feedback loop 12.5 Declining Global Trust in the Media
political ideologies Introduction
professional groups 8.1 What Is an Interest Group?
professional legislature 9.1 What Do Legislatures Do?
public interest advocacy groups 8.1 What Is an Interest Group?
public interest group 8.1 What Is an Interest Group?
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Randon Hershey 8.3 Political Parties
Rawls’s theory of justice 2.1 What Goals Should We Seek in Politics?
regional economic organizations (REOs) 15.4 How Do Regional IGOs Contribute to Global Governance?
religious non-state actors (RNAs) 15.6 Non-state Actors beyond NGOs
representative democracies 2.1 What Goals Should We Seek in Politics?
Responsibility to Protect (R2P) 15.2 International Law
responsive communitarianism 4.2 Constitutions and Individual Liberties
retention election 11.1 What Is the Judiciary?
Reynolds v. Sims (1964) 5.1 What Is Political Participation?
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San Francisco Democratic Party 8.1 What Is an Interest Group?
Scottish National Party (SNP) 8.3 Political Parties
security dilemma 14.5 The Realist Worldview
separate but equal 7.4 Civil Rights Movements
separation of powers 11.1 What Is the Judiciary?
Service Employees International Union (SEIU) 8.1 What Is an Interest Group?
sexual harassment 7.4 Civil Rights Movements
Shelby County v. Holder 7.3 Civil Rights Abuses
single-issue groups 8.1 What Is an Interest Group?
single-party system 8.3 Political Parties
social desirability bias 5.5 How Do We Measure Public Opinion?
social ownership of the means of production 16.6 Considering Poverty, Inequality, and the Environmental Crisis
Social Security Administration 3.3 The Development of Varieties of Liberalism
Socialist Unity Party of Germany 8.3 Political Parties
South African Bill of Rights 4.1 The Freedom of the Individual
Southern Border Communities Coalition 8.2 What Are the Pros and Cons of Interest Groups?
Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) 7.4 Civil Rights Movements
special drawing rights (SDR)