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5 Matching questions

  1. Congressional Committees
  2. Anti-Federalists
  3. Federalism
  4. The Establishment Clause
  5. Limits on the federal government
  1. a a system in which power is divided between the national and state governments. Share Powers.
  2. b People who feared the Constitution, thinking it gave too much power to the Federal Government. Worried that it lacked a bill of rights.
  3. c Separate committees in Congress for each political party to help members who are running for reelection or would-be members running for an open seat or challenging a candidate from the opposition party.
  4. d Government cant set a certain religion.
  5. e most power in the hands of the state constitutions. Fed's can declare war and peace, maintain an army and navy, make treaties with other countries, borrow $ and establish a post office.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. This plan or compromise was proposed by Roger Sherman, He proposed that the Congress would have two houses. A Senate and a House of Reps. Each state would have equal representation. And they would be based on population. Connecticut Compromise.
  2. A King or Queen is the official head of state but power is limited by a constitution.
  3. This elite group was made of 55 men considered to be of high stature and education. When they met in Philadelphia, unanimously, they decided there was need for a stronger central government. Believed that people weren't smart enough to govern themselves.
  4. are cases tried in lower courts then appealed in a higher court
  5. a legislature with one chamber

5 True/False questions

  1. Requriments for Citizenshipset by the congress. have to live there for a period of time, no breaking laws, skills or family.


  2. Regulation of Interstate Commerceheaded by the national security advisor, who has direct access to the president in matters relating to military and foreign


  3. Marbury vs MadisonEstablished Judical review.


  4. How a Bill becomes a Lawapproved by house of represenatives and senate then signed by the president. Difficult


  5. presidential governmenta form of government in which the executive and legislative branches of the government are separate, independent, and coequal


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