Chapter overviewChapter overview
Chapters 31, 32, 33, and 34 form Part Eight of the text, a conventional unit on money and banking. These chapters provide the foundation for the discussion of modern monetary theory and for the discussion and analysis of the monetarist and competing theories
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Lesson objectiveLesson objective
Implied Powers: power of Congress that are not explicit or written in the Constitution
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Anti-FederalistsAnti-Federalists
This group was in opposition to the new Constitution because they believed it had too much power and lacked a bill of rights
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Chapter nine: interest groupsChapter nine: interest groups
Issues of the Times: Who is Likely to Get What Now That the Republicans Control Congress?
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Thomas Hobbes v. John LockeThomas Hobbes v. John Locke
Thomas Hobbes and John Locke were philosophers that wrote about government and theorized about man in the state of nature. They both talked about man’s nature and how government is a form of social contract—but had different view of both the state of nature and
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Ttt december & january ttt 2008 – 2009 Happy Holidays! Holiday HoursTtt december & january ttt 2008 – 2009 Happy Holidays! Holiday Hours
Sunday December 14 and 21, 2009, 11: 00-3pm on Wednesday, Christmas Eve and 11: 00 – 4: 00 on New Year’s Eve. Murder by the Book will be closed on Christmas Day and New Years Day
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