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Overview page. Subjects: History of Law — Politics.

Allocation of seats to regional units, or to parties under systems of proportional representation.

Territorial apportionment is usually a process of adjusting the seats allocated...

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political crime

Overview page. Subjects: Sociology — History of Law.

Historically, the term refers to conspiracy, and the actual deed of challenges to political rulers or sacred authority. Political criminals were likely to suffer much more gruesome...

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war Powers

Overview page. Subjects: Politics — History of Law.

Only Congress has the constitutional power to declare war (Article 1, Section 8). Except for foreign aggression or invasion, which the President can repel on his own authority as commander...

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