5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Appellate Cases
- Senate Approval and Rejection Power
- a the head of a city government. Executive at the city level.
- b equal opportunity but not equality of condition, talent, or ability.
- c Senate has the power to approve/reject treaties and appointment of the president.
- d A way officials get a sense of public opinion about something
- e are cases tried in lower courts then appealed in a higher court
5 Multiple choice questions
- The branch of government that interprets laws and settles disputes.
- a form of government in which the executive and legislative branches of the government are separate, independent, and coequal
- Police from now on have to read you, your mirranda rights.
- Were extremely ineffective and not powerful; most authority was given to the individual states. Weak central government, couldn't tax and needed a unanimous vote.
- The country's central banking system, which is responsible for the nation's monetary policy by regulating the supply of money and interest rates
5 True/False questions
Sovereignty → government free from external control. ultimate power.
Executive Branch → the branch of government that makes the laws. Congress.
Marbury vs Madison → Established Judical review.
Federalism → a system in which power is divided between the national and state governments. Share Powers.
Introduction of Proposals → Congress is the only one that can introduce a bill