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5 Matching questions

  1. Article III of the Constitution
  2. To protect liberty and specify its powers, the Framers gave Congress
    A) expressed powers
    B) judicial reviews
    C) executive powers
    D) judicial restrain
  3. ___________ elevated the Supreme Court to a higher status, balancing the powers of the other branches.
    a.Enumerated powers
    b.Judicial review
    c.Constitutional amendment
    d.Judicial activism
  4. There are two ways to propose an amendment, one is by receiving two-thirds votes from Congress, the second is by a
    a.Congressional petition.
    b.Supreme Court rule.
    c.presidential order.
    d.national convention.
  5. The Constitution is based on the concept of
    a.expressed powers.
    b.judicial activism.
    c.popular sovereignty.
    d.jurisdiction.
  1. a A) expressed powers
  2. b d.national convention.
  3. c b.Judicial review
  4. d c.popular sovereignty.
  5. e describes the Supreme Court

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. b.Constitutional amendment.
  2. a.succession
  3. c.435
  4. National Convention
  5. b.executive agreement

5 True/False questions

  1. power divided between nation and statesexecutive agreement

          

  2. Political Processes Why do you think that, both for proposing and for ratifying amendments to the Constitution, the convention method is seldom used?National Convention

          

  3. Which document granted citizens the least amount of freedom?
    a.Magna Carta
    b.English Bill of Rights
    c.Virginia Declaration of Rights
    d.Bill of Rights
    a.Magna Carta

          

  4. To protect liberty and specify its powers, the Framers gave Congress
    A) expressed powers
    B) judicial reviews
    C) executive powers
    D) judicial restraint
    A) expressed powers

          

  5. Chief Justice Earl Warrendepartment and agencies in the executive branch