Notes for AP US History Video 25 : The Development of the Constitution.
• What We’re Covering Here (Including Jump Links):
Developing a Constitutional Framework. 0:19
The Great Compromise, a.k.a. “The Connecticut Compromise.” 0:38
Three Branches of Government. The Constitution Article I: Congress. 2:02
Frank Zappa’s Opinion. 4:13
Article II of the Constitution: Executive/The President. 6:29
Article III of the Constitution: The Judiciary. 8:01
Checks & Balances; Separation of Powers. 12:18
Judicial Appointments Can Be Controversial! 15:16
Checks & Balances; Separation of Powers. 17:08
The President Can Pardon Federal Crimes and Commute Sentences. 18:55
“Pardon Me…” 20:16
James Madison on the Constitution. 21:13
Federalism – How State and National Government Relations Work. 22:06
Hyde from That ‘70s Show on the Three Branches of Government. 23:27
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This is NOT a Substitute for Your Classes, Text, Etc. : 25:42 A few other relevant “fun facts.”
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High school and college students taking advanced placement (AP) U.S. history; anyone who’d like to learn some basic U.S. history. Foreign students applying to college in the U.S.
Source Material For this Video: • This video is based on the Barron’s AP United States History review book (4th Edition), my general knowledge of U.S. history, and what I could access/verify using Google.
• While this should help you do well on the AP US History exam, I can’t be responsible for what your teacher thinks is important and asks you about in his or her own tests, homework, etc. Please read your class text(s) and pay attention to what your teacher says in class. •
Any webpages / resources referenced below.
Links for References/Links to Relevant Topics:
Full text of Article III of the Constitution and interpretations of each section: https://constitutioncenter.org/intera...
Clarence Thomas Confirmation Wikipedia Entry: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clarenc... Wikipedia entry on the Brett Kavanaugh Supreme Court Nomination: Brett Kavanaugh Supreme Court nomination - Wikipedia
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