5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- grandfather clause
- Concurring opinion
- judicial review
- a A formal agreement between the governments of two or more countries
- b The act of declaring laws unconsitutional.
- c A justice writes this when he agrees with the majority opinion but for a different reason
- d You could only vote if your grandfather had voted. Used to discriminate against African-Americans.
- e The authority to hear a case.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- All bills require this before they can become law.
- This group is chosen by the president for their experience in selected areas
- A reading and writing test used to determine if you could vote. Used to discriminate against African-Americans.
- Making decisions based on a strict reading of the Constitution.
- Government is split between different levels, usually national and state.
5 True/False Questions
Loose constructionist → Someone who reads between the lines when interpreting the Constitution.
caucus → In congress the majority and minority leaders are assisted by
closed primary → A political party other than the two main parties.
President → A group of people who advise the president and head the executive departments.
poll tax → A tax that must be paid before you can vote. Used to discriminate against African-Americans.