Which of the following is true about citizen activists in the United States?
They believe the government listens to people like them.
The quality conferred upon government by citizens who believe its exercise of power is right and proper is
Which of these types of governmental structure essentially controls every aspect of citizens' lives?
citizens' belief that they have the power to achieve something desirable, and that the government will listen
Government services are often called public goods
because they cannot be limited to specific groups or individuals.
To which of the following can American democracy trace some of its roots?
All these answers are correct.
The idea that people could challenge the authority of the crown and church took hold during the
Which of the following is true about the Articles of Confederation?
It created a national government with only a legislative branch.
Which of the following is true about property ownership in the United States?
It is considered a right.
Which of the following household types makes up a smaller percentage of the American population today than it did in 1970?
Thomas Jefferson used the works of ________ as a basis for the Declaration of Independence.
Rousseau and Locke
Who was the Enlightenment philosopher that played the largest role in shaping Thomas Jefferson's thinking about government?
The Connecticut Compromise settled a dispute between
states with large populations and states with small populations.
What did the Three-Fifths Compromise do?
establish how much representation southern states would receive for their slave populations
What does Article IV of the Constitution do?
establish that states must respect the legal proceedings and decisions of other states
In the two-tiered system of colonial government in the early eighteenth century, which group had authority over day-to-day matters?
local officials and assemblies
convinced many political leaders that the national government was not powerful enough.
Which of the following statements reflect the constitutional structure within the Articles of Confederation (1781-1789)?
All of these answers are correct.
Which of the following types of powers is given to Congress through the necessary and proper clause?
Which of the following is NOT among the enumerated powers of the federal government?
preserving the environment
In McCulloch v. Maryland, the U.S. Supreme Court determined that the necessary and proper clause justified
a broad interpretation of the enumerated powers of the federal government.
Which of the following is an obligation of the national government to the states?
to preserve it against foreign invasion
The Fourteenth Amendment gives the federal government the authority to protect the rights of individuals against
Which of the following are considered concurrent powers available to federal and state governments?
All these answers are correct.
The powers accorded to the states in the Tenth Amendment are known as ________ powers.
The impact of which event on Americans led to the passage of the Social Security Act of 1935?
the Great Depression
The full faith and credit clause, which asserts states must recognize each other's public acts, records, and judicial proceedings, is located in which Article of the Constitution?
Passed in 1913, which constitutional amendment powerfully enhanced the national government's ability to raise money?