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Article 2, US Constitution
How long is the president's term?
How long is the vice-president's term?
Who appoints electors for the electora…
How many electors does each state have?
4 years
4 years
Each state
One for each representative and senator
How long is the president's term?
4 years
How long is the vice-president's term?
4 years
13 terms
Article #2 us constitution
what does the 2nd article of the US Co…
who is the power given to in the Execu…
what are the qualifications for the pr…
what are the powers of the president
The Executive Branch
The US President ... aka: chief of state, chief diplomat, admini…
at least 35 years old... natural/native born citizen ... serve four…
not clearly spelled out but main responsibility is to carry o…
what does the 2nd article of the US Co…
The Executive Branch
who is the power given to in the Execu…
The US President ... aka: chief of state, chief diplomat, admini…
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Article 2 - US Constitution
1. 35 years old... 2. Natural born citize…
4 years
1. States get the same amount of elect…
FIRST TUESDAY AFTER THE FIRST MONDAY I…
Qualifications for President
Term length of a president
Electoral College
When are federal elections held?
1. 35 years old... 2. Natural born citize…
Qualifications for President
4 years
Term length of a president
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Article #2 us constitution
what does the 2nd article of the US Co…
who is the power given to in the Execu…
what are the qualifications for the pr…
what are the powers of the president
The Executive Branch
The US President ... aka: chief of state, chief diplomat, admini…
at least 35 years old... natural/native born citizen ... serve four…
not clearly spelled out but main responsibility is to carry o…
what does the 2nd article of the US Co…
The Executive Branch
who is the power given to in the Execu…
The US President ... aka: chief of state, chief diplomat, admini…
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US History Constitution-Articles
US House of Representatives
Elastic clause
House of Representatives
2/3 of all senators must vote for conv…
The "sole power of impeachment" is vested in this
Another name for the necessary and proper clause
If the electoral college is unable to choose a president, the…
In order for someone to be convicted in an impeachment trial
US House of Representatives
The "sole power of impeachment" is vested in this
Elastic clause
Another name for the necessary and proper clause
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US Constitution- Article 2
How long is the term of the president?
According to the Constitution, do the…
How many electors is each state entitl…
In which state(s) is the election of p…
4 years
The electros originally voted for the president.
The Constitution gives each state a number of electoral votes…
Nebraska and Maine
How long is the term of the president?
4 years
According to the Constitution, do the…
The electros originally voted for the president.
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US History Constitution Articles
Census
Impeach
Quorum
Checks and Balances
A study that observes, or attempts to observe, every individu…
Formal accusation by the lower house of legislature against a…
The minimum number of members who must be present to permit a…
Constitutional grant of powers that enables each of the three…
Census
A study that observes, or attempts to observe, every individu…
Impeach
Formal accusation by the lower house of legislature against a…
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US History-Articles of Confederation and the Constitution
Background of the Articles of Confeder…
The Articles of Confederation
Powers given to Congress under the A o…
Powers denied to Congress under the A…
-US needed a functioning national government during the revol…
-1st constitution of US... -agreed upon set of rules the nation…
-can determine peace/war... -treaties... -ambassadors... -regulate tra…
-cannot grant titles of nobility... -cannot tax
Background of the Articles of Confeder…
-US needed a functioning national government during the revol…
The Articles of Confederation
-1st constitution of US... -agreed upon set of rules the nation…
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US History Constitution Articles 1 and 2
term of office for a representative
How to determine # of reps to which ea…
qualifications for a representative
president of the house
2 years
1 for every 30,000
25 years old, 7 years citizen, live in state they represent
speaker
term of office for a representative
2 years
How to determine # of reps to which ea…
1 for every 30,000
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Article #2 of the US Constitution
what does the 2nd article of the US Co…
who is the power given to in the Execu…
what are the qualifications for the pr…
what are the powers of the president
The Executive Branch
The US President ... aka: chief of state, chief diplomat, admini…
at least 35 years old... natural/native born citizen ... serve four…
not clearly spelled out but main responsibility is to carry o…
what does the 2nd article of the US Co…
The Executive Branch
who is the power given to in the Execu…
The US President ... aka: chief of state, chief diplomat, admini…
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US HISTORY TEST 2 Articles and Constitution
Article 1
Article 1 cont
Senate
Article 2
Legislative power-Congress... Senate and House of Representative…
Senate 2 from each state (Sec 3)... Serve 6 years every two year…
Bills of revenue to originate in House but the Senate may con…
Deals with the executive branch the President ... 4 year term, e…
Article 1
Legislative power-Congress... Senate and House of Representative…
Article 1 cont
Senate 2 from each state (Sec 3)... Serve 6 years every two year…
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US HISTORY TEST 2 Articles and Constitution
experience
cultural tradition
faith
authority
trial and error
facts passed from generation
strong belief in truthsq
listening to experts
experience
trial and error
cultural tradition
facts passed from generation
US Constitution Article 2
All of the executive power is vested in
How long is the president's term
Can legislature vote for the president…
The President of the Senate is
the president
4 years
no
the vice president
All of the executive power is vested in
the president
How long is the president's term
4 years
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Article #2 us constitution
what does the 2nd article of the US Co…
who is the power given to in the Execu…
what are the qualifications for the pr…
what are the powers of the president
The Executive Branch
The US President ... aka: chief of state, chief diplomat, admini…
at least 35 years old... natural/native born citizen ... serve four…
not clearly spelled out but main responsibility is to carry o…
what does the 2nd article of the US Co…
The Executive Branch
who is the power given to in the Execu…
The US President ... aka: chief of state, chief diplomat, admini…
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Article 2, US Constitution
How long is the president's term?
How long is the vice-president's term?
Who appoints electors for the electora…
How many electors does each state have?
4 years
4 years
Each state
One for each representative and senator
How long is the president's term?
4 years
How long is the vice-president's term?
4 years
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US History Constitution to Article 1
Bill of Rights
1st Amendment
2nd Amendment
4th Amendment
First 10 Amendments. Designed to give people more power
Freedom of Speech, Press, Assembly, and Petition
Right to Bear Arms (Own Guns)
Right to Appropriate Search and Seizure. Right to secure belo…
Bill of Rights
First 10 Amendments. Designed to give people more power
1st Amendment
Freedom of Speech, Press, Assembly, and Petition
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US Constitution Article 2
How long is the president's term?
How long is the vice-president's term?
Who appoints electors for the electora…
How many electors does each state have?
4 years
4 years
Each state
One for each representative and senator
How long is the president's term?
4 years
How long is the vice-president's term?
4 years
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US Constitution: Article 2
Which branch does it create?
What makes up this branch?
Why were the Framers of the Constituti…
What are the qualifications for a Pres…
Executive Branch
President, VP, cabinet
They didn't want to make the president too powerful
35 yrs old, US citizen for 14 yrs, born in the US
Which branch does it create?
Executive Branch
What makes up this branch?
President, VP, cabinet
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Article 2 of the US constitution
what branch of government is created b…
True or False. Article 2 consist of th…
Where is the executive branched housed?
How old do you have to be to be a part…
The Executive Branch.
True
In the West Wing of the White House.
You have too be at least 35 years old.
what branch of government is created b…
The Executive Branch.
True or False. Article 2 consist of th…
True
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US History Articles of Constitution Quiz
minimum age requirement to be a repres…
minimum age requirement to be a senator
minimum age requirement to be the pres…
minimum age requirement to be a Suprem…
25 years old
30 years old
35 years old
no minimum age
minimum age requirement to be a repres…
25 years old
minimum age requirement to be a senator
30 years old
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Article 1-US History Constitution
How many members in house?
What is term of office for representat…
How to determine # of reps to which ea…
Who can vote for members of house?
435
Two years
1 for every 30,000 people, must be AT LEAST one for each state
Anyone registered to vote in USA
How many members in house?
435
What is term of office for representat…
Two years
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US Constitution: Preamble, Article 1, Article 2
2/3 Rule
Preamble
A1S1
A1S2
No person convicted for impeachment unless 2/3 of the House t…
"We the People"
establishes the name of the Legislature to be The Congress, a…
defines the House of Representatives, known as the lower hous…
2/3 Rule
No person convicted for impeachment unless 2/3 of the House t…
Preamble
"We the People"
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US Constitution Article 2 (MT)
How long is the president's term?
How long is the vice-president's term?
Who appoints electors for the electora…
How many electors does each state have?
4 years
4 years
Each state
One for each representative and senator
How long is the president's term?
4 years
How long is the vice-president's term?
4 years
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AP US History: The Articles of The Constitution
Article I
Article II
Article III
Article IV
This article established the legislative branch, or the US Co…
This article established the executive branch.... The executive…
This article established the judicial branch, including the U…
This article states that states have the power to create thei…
Article I
This article established the legislative branch, or the US Co…
Article II
This article established the executive branch.... The executive…
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US history the articles of confederation and the constitution
The Articles of Confederation placed c…
The Articles did not work well in ____…
The type of government created under t…
One weakness of the articles of confed…
more powerful than the Congress.
governing the new nation / new government was needed.
loose confederation of strong state governments.
Congress could hit levy or collect taxes from the states
The Articles of Confederation placed c…
more powerful than the Congress.
The Articles did not work well in ____…
governing the new nation / new government was needed.
10 terms
US History: Articles of Confederation and the Constitution
Article I
Article II
Article III
Article IV
Legislative
Executive
Judicial
States
Article I
Legislative
Article II
Executive
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US History (DOI, Articles, Constitution)
Know the first six lines of the 2nd pa…
Know some specific grievances that the…
Who was the principal author of the De…
Who had the largest signature?
"We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are cr…
- Cutting off trade with all parts of the world... - Refused to…
Thomas Jefferson
John Hancock
Know the first six lines of the 2nd pa…
"We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are cr…
Know some specific grievances that the…
- Cutting off trade with all parts of the world... - Refused to…
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US_HISTORY_CH27_ARTICLE_II_THE_CONSTITUTION_
What branch is Article II?
What is section one about?
What is the Electoral College?
Who decides the time of choosing elect…
Executive Branch
President and Vice President
A body of people representing the US who cast votes for the p…
Congress
What branch is Article II?
Executive Branch
What is section one about?
President and Vice President
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US Constitution Article 2 vocab review
bill
resolution
rider
veto
proposed law
formal statements expressing lawmakers opinions or decisions
completely unrelated amendments can be tacked on to a bill
refusal to sign a bill
bill
proposed law
resolution
formal statements expressing lawmakers opinions or decisions
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US Constitution Articles 2 & 3
Job of judicial branch
Can Supreme Court justices be impeached
Who appoints ambassadors
Who gives the State of the Union Addre…
interpret laws
Yes
President
President
Job of judicial branch
interpret laws
Can Supreme Court justices be impeached
Yes
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US Constitution Preamble and Articles
Preamble
Article Two
Article One
Article Three
A preliminary introduction to the constitution explaining its…
This Article establishes the Executive Branch. This branch is…
This Article outlines the powers and limitations of both Hous…
This Article establishes the judicial branch to interpret and…
Preamble
A preliminary introduction to the constitution explaining its…
Article Two
This Article establishes the Executive Branch. This branch is…
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US Constitution Articles 2 & 3
The President of the United States die…
What is the maximum number of terms to…
The President and Vice President of th…
As a result of the 2010 census, how ma…
A
B
C
C
The President of the United States die…
A
What is the maximum number of terms to…
B
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US History I Test 2: Articles of Confederation/Constitution
1st Amendment
2nd Amendment
3rd Amendment
4th Amendment
freedom of speech, press, assembly, no establishments of reli…
right to bear arms (reaction to militias and standing armies)
no quartering of soldiers
search and seizure
1st Amendment
freedom of speech, press, assembly, no establishments of reli…
2nd Amendment
right to bear arms (reaction to militias and standing armies)
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US History Unit 2: The Constitution
Delegate
Federalist
Anti-Federalist
The New Jersey Plan
A person who is authorized to act as a representative for oth…
A supporter of the Constitution that created a federal system.
Someone who opposed the Constitution and feared a supreme cen…
A plan that proposed the States would have equal representati…
Delegate
A person who is authorized to act as a representative for oth…
Federalist
A supporter of the Constitution that created a federal system.
29 terms
8th Grade US History (Constitution & Articles)
Declaration of Independence
Declaration of Independence signed on
What truths do we hold to be self evid…
who wrote the Constitution
written by Thomas Jefferson
July 4, 1776
all men are created equal... Life, liberty and the pursuit of ha…
the Framers
Declaration of Independence
written by Thomas Jefferson
Declaration of Independence signed on
July 4, 1776
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Articles & Constitution: The US Constitution
The introduction to the Constitution i…
The Constitution, as it is written in…
What are changes or additions to the C…
How many states had to ratify the Cons…
Preamble
7
Amendments
9 of 13
The introduction to the Constitution i…
Preamble
The Constitution, as it is written in…
7
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US history - unit 2-2nd quarter test (constitution and articles of confederation)
Constitutional convention
At the constitutional convention, many…
New Jersey plan
Virginia plan
- This meeting was directed by congress in philadelphia to co…
People thought the states had too much power and that the nat…
Equal representation so each state is represented EQUALLY wit…
House of Representatives is PROPORTIONAL representation based…
Constitutional convention
- This meeting was directed by congress in philadelphia to co…
At the constitutional convention, many…
People thought the states had too much power and that the nat…
29 terms
US history 8th grade (Constitution & Articles)
Declaration of Independence
Declaration of Independence signed on
What truths do we hold to be self evid…
who wrote the Constitution
written by Thomas Jefferson
July 4, 1776
all men are created equal... Life, liberty and the pursuit of ha…
the Framers
Declaration of Independence
written by Thomas Jefferson
Declaration of Independence signed on
July 4, 1776
29 terms
US history 8th grade (Constitution & Articles)
Declaration of Independence
Declaration of Independence signed on
What truths do we hold to be self evid…
who wrote the Constitution
written by Thomas Jefferson
July 4, 1776
all men are created equal... Life, liberty and the pursuit of ha…
the Framers
Declaration of Independence
written by Thomas Jefferson
Declaration of Independence signed on
July 4, 1776
29 terms
US history 8th grade (Constitution & Articles)
Declaration of Independence
Declaration of Independence signed on
What truths do we hold to be self evid…
who wrote the Constitution
written by Thomas Jefferson
July 4, 1776
all men are created equal... Life, liberty and the pursuit of ha…
the Framers
Declaration of Independence
written by Thomas Jefferson
Declaration of Independence signed on
July 4, 1776
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US Constitution Article II
executive
elector
certify
quorum
enforces laws
A group of people named by each state legislature to select t…
to prove good or true; declare correct
number of members necessary to conduct a meeting
executive
enforces laws
elector
A group of people named by each state legislature to select t…
42 terms
US Constitution Article 2 - comp questions
Qualifications for President
How long is the term for the President?
How many terms may the President serve?
Explain how the president is elected.
35 years old... Natural born US citizen... live in the US 14 consec…
4 years
2
Same # of electors as members of Congress... Citizens in each st…
Qualifications for President
35 years old... Natural born US citizen... live in the US 14 consec…
How long is the term for the President?
4 years
14 terms
US Constitution Article 1, Part 2
1. Casework... 2. Lawmaking... 3. Helping th…
House
Senate
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court
3 major jobs of Congress
Has the sole power to impeach
Conducts the impeachment trials
Who presides over the trial if the president is being impeach…
1. Casework... 2. Lawmaking... 3. Helping th…
3 major jobs of Congress
House
Has the sole power to impeach
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US Constitution Preamble and Articles
Preamble
Article Two
Article One
Article Three
A preliminary introduction to the constitution explaining its…
This Article establishes the Executive Branch. This branch is…
This Article outlines the powers and limitations of both Hous…
This Article establishes the judicial branch to interpret and…
Preamble
A preliminary introduction to the constitution explaining its…
Article Two
This Article establishes the Executive Branch. This branch is…
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Article 1, US Constitution
What powers are vested in the Congress?
Does the Executive or the Judicial Bra…
What are the requirements to be in the…
Can Congress delegate legislative auth…
All legislative powers
No. Only the Congress has legislative power
25 years of age, 7 years a citizen, resident of the state
No, it cannot delegate legislative authority
What powers are vested in the Congress?
All legislative powers
Does the Executive or the Judicial Bra…
No. Only the Congress has legislative power
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US History I: US Constitution - Article 2 (All Sections 1-4)
What branch of government does Article…
How long is the term that the presiden…
Who elects the president? [S1]
What determine's the number of elector…
The executive branch
4 year term
electoral college
number of representatives + number of senators = number of el…
What branch of government does Article…
The executive branch
How long is the term that the presiden…
4 year term
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Unit #2 Quiz - Articles of Confederation & US Constitution
Amendment
Articles of Confederation
Great Compromise
Bill of Rights
A change in, or addition to, a constitution or law
1st Constitution of the U.S. 1781-1788 (weaknesses-no executi…
1787; This compromise was between the large and small states…
Although the Anti-Federalists failed to block the ratificatio…
Amendment
A change in, or addition to, a constitution or law
Articles of Confederation
1st Constitution of the U.S. 1781-1788 (weaknesses-no executi…
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Articles Of the US Constitution
Article 1
Article 2
Article 3
Article 4
Establishes the powers and responsibilities of the US Congress
Establishes the powers and responsibilities of the US President
Establishes the powers and responsibilities of the US Supreme…
Clarifies how states interact with each other
Article 1
Establishes the powers and responsibilities of the US Congress
Article 2
Establishes the powers and responsibilities of the US President
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Article 3, US Constitution
Where is judicial power in the US?
How long is a Justice's term?
How many justices are required to be o…
Who leads the Supreme Court?
Federal courts
Lifetime
There is no specific requirement. There are 9 allowed on the…
The Chief Justice
Where is judicial power in the US?
Federal courts
How long is a Justice's term?
Lifetime
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US Constitution Article I
The six goals of the Constitution are…
For whom is the Constitution established
Article I discusses the role of which…
The House of Representatives and the S…
Preamble
the people
legislative
Congress
The six goals of the Constitution are…
Preamble
For whom is the Constitution established
the people
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