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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Intrastate
  2. Popular Sovereignty
  3. Concurrent Powers
  4. Inherent Powers
  5. Amendment Process
  1. a all power of the gov comes from the people, distributed through the Constitution
  2. b Articles of Confederation declared the federal gov to have no power over commerce w/in states
  3. c powers given to the federal gov that apply to foreign affairs
  4. d how the Constitution can be changed
  5. e powers that both the federal gov and state gov have (ex. power to tax)

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. each of the 3 branches can check actions by the other 2
  2. Constitution is ratified
  3. 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)
  4. 3rd part of Constitution
  5. the civil right to vote in a democracy

5 True/False questions

  1. Full Faith and Credit Clausegov has the power to do whatever they want to carry out the powers they were specifically given

          

  2. Articles of ConfederationDelegated-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. Declaration of Independencefounding father didn't want one person to take power, created 3 branches of gov, each w/ own specific duties (also established checks and balances)

          

  4. Article 4Amendment Process (how Constitution can be changed)

          

  5. Article 6How the Constitution was to be ratified (9 out of 13 states approval)