POLITICAL SCIENCE 1
Summer, 2002 (September 15, 2002)

COURTS: U.S.  AND CALIFORNIA

COURTS AND CONGRESS:  NAMES AND NUMBERS--EXAM REVIEW, PAGE 819

OUTLINE, COURTS AND CASES, PAGE 820

OUTLINE, CIVIL LIBERTIES AND CIVIL RIGHTS, PAGE 821
 

oGitelson, chapters 13 and 4

oShank, chapters 16, 11, 12,/13, 14, 15,/3,4,5, and 8

oRoss, chapters 4, 5, 6, 9 and 15

o"Court Cases:  Notes.8" distributed in LAC 113

 Bill of Rights (scroll up to the U.S. Constitution)

Chart B2:  Branches of  U.S. Government
Chart L2:  Levels of U.S. Government

301.      Courts: Study Guide with Links to Definitions

302.      Courts: Federal and State Definitions and notes on impeachment juries and other "i" words

303.    *Wesberry v. Sanders

304.     A.  *Table of Contents: Dred Scott Case, Plessy v. Ferguson, Brown v. Board of Education (1954)


      .     B.    Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, Kansas/Thurgood Marshall

305Gitelson, chapters 4 and 13, online practice exams

306.      U.S. Supreme Court Color Photo
           A.Chart of U.S. Supreme Court Justices, see Gitelson, 6th ed., page 370
           BNotes on U.S. Supreme Court Members and other court topics as of March 12, 2001

307.    *Structure of the Federal Courts and color map of the circuits of the U.S. [Circuit] Courts of Appeals

308.      Judicial Branch Triangles:  Dual Court Systems (close-up view)

309.            Judicial Branch Triangles Study Guide

310.     Type of Juries

311Study Guides for the entire semester

             A. Jane Harman (D)

             B. Steven Kuykendall (R)

      C. Three branches: powers and restrictions, complete

      D. Flagburning controversy (sections B1, B2, C)

      E.. Affirmative Action Study Guide: Proposition 209 / Shank Case Study 4 (sections A, C, D)