← Ch3 AP Gov Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Elastic clause
- Intergovernmental relations
- Project grants
- Categorical grants
- Enumerated powers
- a - the set of all relations between the different levels of Government
- b Merit based, Federal categorical grants given for a specific function.
- c Final paragraph of Article I Section 8 that allows Congress to pass all laws " necessary and proper" to carry out their powers that are specifically stated in the Constitution.
- d Federal Grants that can be only used for specific purposes for state and local spending that are outlined by the Federal Government, they come with conditions such as non-discrimination.
- e - Powers of the Federal Government that are specifically stated in the US Constitution, such as the power given to Congress to tax.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- - Constitutional Amendment that states that the powers not outlined in the Constitution are either for the states or the people.
- US Supreme Court case that defined Interstate Commerce as any type of commercial activity - Gives Congress power to regulate interstate commerce.
- A way of organizing a nation so that two or more levels of Government have control over the same land and people.
- Federal Categorical grants that are distributed according to an executive (Presidential) or Legislative (Congressional) formula.
- a way of organizing a Government so that all power is given to the national government, and no power is given to state or local governments.
5 True/False Questions
Cooperative federalism → is a system of Government where both the State and Federal Government are supreme within their own realms.
Dual federalism → is a system of Government where both the State and Federal Government are supreme within their own realms.
Extradition → Clause in Article IV Section I that requires each state to recognize the official documents and civil judgments rendered by the courts of other states.
Block grants → Merit based, Federal categorical grants given for a specific function.
Implied powers → powers of the Federal Government that go beyond those specifically stated in the Constitution.