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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. E Pluribus Unum
  2. Suffrage
  3. Separation of Powers
  4. Delegated-Expressed-Enumerated Powers
  5. Concurrent Powers
  1. a the civil right to vote in a democracy
  2. b powers given specifically to the federal gov
  3. c One out of many, Latin, motto of the US (united)
  4. d founding father didn't want one person to take power, created 3 branches of gov, each w/ own specific duties (also established checks and balances)
  5. e powers that both the federal gov and state gov have (ex. power to tax)

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Article 4, Section 8, each state honors each others laws
  2. Delegated-Expressed-Enumerated powers given specifically to the federal gov,
    1. Declare War
    2. Govern Territories
    3. Govern District of Columbia
    4. Punish Piracy
    5. Borrow Money
  3. each of the 3 branches can check actions by the other 2
  4. First national elections
  5. powers given specifically to the state gov, 10th Amendment
    (ex. edu, traffic laws, marriage)

5 True/False questions

  1. Bill of Attaindercan't pass a law that prevents the right to a regular, fair trial

          

  2. Writ of Habeas Corpuscan't pass a law that prevents the right to a regular, fair trial

          

  3. Article 6General Provisions (didn't fit in 1-5), Constitution and federal gov and supreme law of the land, all state and federal officers are bound by oath to follow the Constitution

          

  4. 1787Constitution is ratified

          

  5. Implied Powerspowers given to the federal gov that apply to foreign affairs