← Chapter 4 Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- delegated powers
- concurrent powers
- inherent powers
- necessary and proper
- a Which clause gives Congress the power to make laws that are needed for the government to function
- b True of False: People can travel freely between states; People can change residences between states.
- c Regulate immigration and dealing with other nations would be
- d Foreign and interstate Trade, coining money, creating an army and navy, declaring War, establishing federal courts (Supreme Court) are all
- e The states and the national government exercise some of the same powers and they are called
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Power that just comes naturally to national government
- What document is the supreme law of the land?
- If state and federal law conflict, which one wins?
- Taxing exports and limiting freedom of speech or religion would be considered
- true or false: A new state cannot be formed from a preexisting states unless that state's legislature approves it.
5 True/False Questions
Their states refused to ratify the 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments → Why did the US Senate refuse to seat Senators from certain states after the Civil War?
help the school integrate → Who are responsible for national elections (paying for them and running them)?
implied powers → Funding a national railroad system, regulating the nuclear power industry, and creating environmental pollution laws would all be considered to be
denied powers → Powers that are not given to the national or state governments
expressed powers → Powers that are stated directly in the Constitution