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Central agency
Checks and balances
Citizenship
Classical liberalism
Coalition government
Coalition
Code civil
Code of law
Coercion
Collective (public) goods
Collective security
Cominform
Comintern
Common law
Communications (mass) media
Communism
Comparative politics
Confederation
Confidence
consent of the governed
Conservationism
Conservatism
Consociationalism
Constituency
Constitution
Constitutionalism
Constructive vote of confidence
Convention
Corporatism
Coup d¶état
Credit
Crown corporation
Current accounts surplus
Custom
Customary law
Debit
Deep ecology
Deficit
Delegate
Democratic centralism
Department of finance
Deputy minister
Deregulation
Devolution
Despotism
Dictator
Dictatorship of the proletariat
Diplomacy
Direct democracy
Disallowance
Discretion
Distributive laws
Downsizing
Doxa
Electoral college
Elite
Empirical
Episteme
Equality of opportunity
Equality of result
Equality of right
Equality rights
Ethnic group
Executive
Executive federalism
Extractive laws
Faction
Fascism
Federalism
Feminism
First international
Formal±legal institutions
Fragment theory
Free riders
Free vote
Free-market environmentalism
Functions
Gerrymander
Head of government
Head of state
Human rights
Ideological party
Ideology
Influence
Informal institutions
Initiative
Institutional group
Interest (pressure) group
Interest party
International law
International monetary fund
International order
International regimes
International relations
Intervention
Item veto
Judicial committee of the privy council
Judicial activism
Judicial review
Judiciary
Junta
Jurisprudence
Justice
Laissez-faire
Law
Legal positivism
Legislature
Legitimacy
Liberal democracy
Liberal feminism
Liberalism
Limited government
Limited state
List system
Lobbying
Logrolling
Magna carta
Majority government
Merit recruitment
Microcosm
Ministerial responsibility
Ministry
Minority government
Mixed economy
Modernization
Monarchy
Monism
Movement party
Multinational state
Multiparty system
Multipolar
Nation
National interest
Nation-state
Natural authority
Natural law
Neoconservatism
New international economic order
Nonassociational (latent) group
Normative
Notwithstanding clause
Official opposition
Oligarchy
One-party-dominant system
Opposition
Order-in-council
Parliamentary sovereignty
Party discipline
Patriarchy
Peace-building
Permanent secretary
Personal freedom
Personal party
Philosopher±king
Planning
Plebiscite
Pluralism
Plurality
Policy community
Polis
Political alienation
Political consultant
Political culture
Political economy
Political patronage
Political party
Political philosophy
Political police
Political process
Political socialization
Politics
Polity
Polyarchy
Popular sovereignty
Portfolio
Post-materialism
Power
Pragmatic party
Reform liberalism
Regressive tax
Regulative laws
Regulatory agency
Report stage
Representative democracy
Residual powers
Responsible government
Royal assent
Rule of law
Runoff system
Scientific socialism
Second international
Security dilemma
Separation of powers
Shadow cabinet
Single-member-plurality system (smp)
Single-party system
Single transferable vote (stv)
Social democrats
Socialism
Social justice
Society
Sovereign
Special (ad hoc) committee
Spoils system
Spontaneous order
Standing committee
Stare decisis
State
Stateless society
Statism
Statute
Structuralism
Subjects
Suffragism
Superior courts
Symbolic laws
Syndicalism
Third international
Totalitarianism
Traditional authority
Treasury board
Tribe
Trustee
Two-party system
Two-party-plus system
Typology
Tyranny
Ultra vires
unitary system
Unwritten constitution
Utopian socialism
Veto
Violence
Vote of censure
Welfare state
White house staff
Wilderness preservationism
World trade organization
Zionism
PART ±II
LEGAL TERMS
Acquittal
Active judge
Administrative office of the united states courts (ao)
Admissible
Adversary proceeding
Affidavit
Affirmed
Alternate juror
Alternative dispute resolution (adr)
Amicus curiae
Answer
Appeal
Appellant
Appellate
Appellee
Arraignment
Assets
Assume
Automatic stay
Bail
Bankruptcy
Bankruptcy court
Bankruptcy estate
Bankruptcy judge
Bankruptcy petition
Bench trial
Brief
Business bankruptcy
Capital offense
Case file
Case law
Caseload
Cause of action
Chambers
Chief judge
Class action
Clerk of court
Collateral
Community service
Complaint
Concurrent sentence
Confirmation
Consecutive sentence
Consumer bankruptcy
Consumer debts
Contingent claim
Contract
Conviction
Counsel
Court
Court reporter
Count
Creditor
Damages
Debtor
Defendant
Debtor's plan
Declaratory judgment
De facto
Default judgment
De jure
De novo
Deposition
Discharge
Dischargeable debt
Disclosure statement
Discovery
Dismissal with prejudice
Dismissal without prejudice
Disposable income
Docket
En banc
Equitable
Equity
Evidence
Exclusionary rule
Exculpatory evidence
Executory contracts
Exempt assets
Exemptions, exempt property
Ex parte
Face sheet filing
Family farmer
Federal public defender
Federal public defender organization
Felony
File
Fraudulent transfer
Fresh start
Grand jury
Habeas corpus
Hearsay
Home confinement
Impeachment
In camera
Inculpatory evidence
Indictment
In forma pauperis
Information
Injunction
Insider (of corporate debtor)
Interrogatories
Issue
Joint administration
Joint petition
Judge
Judgeship
Judicial conference of the united states
Jurisdiction
Jury
Jury instructions
Lawsuit
Lien
Liquidation
Liquidated claim
Magistrate judge
Mental health treatment
Misdemeanor
Mistrial
Moot
Motion
Motion to lift the automatic stay
Motion in limine
No-asset case
Nolo contendere
Nondischargeable debt
Nonexempt assets
Objection to dischargeability
Objection to exemptions
Opinion
Oral argument
Panel
Parole
Party in interest
Petition preparer
Per curiam
Petit jury (or trial jury)
Petition
Petty offense
Plaintiff
Plan
Plea
Pleadings
Prebankruptcy planning
Preferential debt payment
Presentence report
Pretrial conference
Pretrial services
Priority
Priority claim
Probation
Probation officer
Proof of claim
Pro per
Property of the estate
Pro se
Prosecute
Pro tem
Reaffirmation agreement
Record
Redemption
Remand
Reverse
Sanction
Schedules
Secured creditor
Secured debt
Senior judge
Sentence
Sentencing guidelines
Service of process
Settlement
Sequester
Small business case
Statement of intention
Standard of proof
Statute of limitations
Sua sponte
Subordination
Subpoena
Substance abuse treatment
Substantial abuse
Substantive consolidation
Summary judgment
Supervised release
Temporary restraining order
Testimony
Toll
Tort
Transfer
Transcript
Typing service
Afghan attorney
Afghan trustee
Undersecured claim
Undue hardship
Unlawful detainer action
Unliquidated claim
Unsecured claim
Uphold
Venue
Verdict
Voir dire
Voluntary transfer
Wage garnishment
Witness
Writ
Writ of certiorari
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