5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Concurrent Powers
- Marbury vs Madison
- Establishment of Courts
- representative democracy
- a Established Judical review.
- b A system of government in which citizens elect representatives, or leaders, to make decisions about the laws for all the people.
- c powers that are shared by both the federal and state governments
- d persons appointed by a head of state to head executive departments of government and act as official advisers
- e There are many levels of court. we will have a court under the consitution.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- 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.
- Senate has the power to approve/reject treaties and appointment of the president.
- 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.
- national government sets big policies but it is runned by the local and state governments.
- a series of 85 essays written by Hamilton, Madison, and Jay (using the name "publius") published in NY newspapers and used to convince readers to adopt the new constitution
5 True/False Questions
The Great Compromise → 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.
The Establishment Clause → Government cant set a certain religion.
The Enlightenment Writers → Helped encourage the revolution. Locke, Harrington, Hobbes, Rowsseau. Pro USA
Regulation of Interstate Commerce → Final say of matters
Bureaucratic Structures within the Executive Branch → Implied power of congress under the commerce clause in the constitution