Test Answers on constitution

Nevada Constitution For Teachers License

T/F The total tax levy for public purposes may not exceed 10 cents on each dollar of assessed valuation False An appropriation for a standing army may not be for longer than: 2 years Grants & Commissions given in the name of the State of Nevada must be signed by the Governor and Countersigned by […]

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8th Grade Study Guide for Big Constitution Test

In what year did the constitution go into effect? September 1787. What is judicial review? Review by the supreme court of the constitutional validty of the legeslative branch. How many us senators are there in the united states? 100. What does Article 1, Section 8, Clause 18 of the constituition say? gives congress power to […]

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The Constitution and the Founding

While the ________ can make decisions about how to use armed forces, only the ________ can make decisions about funding such actions. president; Congress Which branch of government did NOT initially have a negative power over the other branches of government? judicial Which of the following slavery issues was dealt with via logrolling? importing slaves […]

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The Electoral College, Articles of Confederation vs. The Constitution

electoral college the body of elector chosen from each state to elect the president and vice president of the U.S. how it works the people of each state vote for the electors who then cast their votes on the people’s behalf number of electors equal to the number of seats in Congress; proportional to the […]

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American Constitution Q’s and A’s

What is the US Constitution The highest law of the USA When was it written May to Sept 1787 Who wrote the U.S. Constitution? Gouverneur Morris wrote it in its final form, but it was the outgrowth of ideas and compromises of the delegates who attended the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia. Among the leaders were […]

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The Constitutional Convention

True or False- The Constitutional Convention was held in Philadelphia in 1787. True True or False- The Annapolis Convention did not aid in the process of getting a new constitution written. False True or False- There were 13 delegates to the Constitutional Convention. False True or False- George Washington was the president of the Constitutional […]

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Constitutional Law

Marbury v. Madison (1803) Section 13 of the Judiciary Act of 1789 is unconstitutional to the extent it purports to enlarge the original jurisdiction of the Supreme Court beyond that permitted by the Constitution. Congress cannot pass laws that are contrary to the Constitution, and it is the role of the Judicial system to interpret […]

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The Electoral College and Constitution AK

Are there restrictions on who the electors can vote for Can I be a member of Congress Kenwood have engaged in Insurrection or Rebellion against the us or giving Aid and comfort to its enemies What are the qualifications to be an elector There are no formal qualifications listed in the Constitution however there are […]

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Constitutional Convention & Electoral College

Antifederalist person who opposed the ratification of the US Constitution Articles of Confederation document, adopted by the Continental Congress in 1777 and approved by the states in 1781, that outlined the first form of government for the USA Bill of Rights 1st 10 Amendments to the Constitution, added in 1791; it’s a formal list of […]

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Conflicts and Compromises at Constitutional Convention

Representation in Congress? Proposals: VA plan and NJ plan VA plan 3 branches, rep in house and senate would be based on population of the state. Large states. NJ plan One house in Legislative branch based on equal rep. Small States The great Compromise! House: members are elected by the people, and the number of […]

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CONSTITUTION STUDY GUIDE By: Ben Shapiro

Preamble to the Constitution States the purpose of the Constitution Proposes a government based on the will of the people States that the Constitution will also benefit and apply to people who are not yet born. Legislative Branch—Article I (1) TWO Houses of Congress—House & Senate Tax and Pay Debts Regulate Commerce Establish Monetary and […]

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Constitution Vocab.

Domestic Tranquility Peace at home Popular Sovereignty Idea that the people hold the final authority in government SYNONYM: Power to the people Representative Government Government in which voters elect representatives to make laws for them SYNONYM: Freedom/Justice Republic Nation in which the public elect representatives to govern them SYNONYM: Self-Government Legislature Group of people who […]

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Constitution Test

What bodies have the power to override a presidential veto? What margin is required to override a presidential veto? Where in the Constitution is the veto power described? Legislative Branch 2/3 vote article 1 section 7 What has the power to ratify treaties? What margin is required to ratify them? Where in the constitution is […]

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BLET #22 Arrest, Search & Seizure/Constitutional Law

4th Which amendment to the US Constitution guarantees protection from unreasonable searches and seizures Criminal or civil case brought against the officer, suppression of evidence recovered from the suspect, department discipline What are the consequences to the officer if he violates a persons right during search and seizure? 1. Constitutional Law 2. Statutory Law 3. […]

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GED constitution test

July 4,1776 Declaration of Independence takes effect Preamble 1st part of constitution Number of Articles 7 Number of Amendments 27 Articles 2nd part of constitution Ammendments 3rd part of constitution Central, federal , national government in Washington DC Congress Senate and House of Representatives Article 1 Legislative branch Article 2 Executive Branch Article 3 Judicial […]

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The General Topics of the 7 Articles of The Constitution of The United States

Congress, Structure & Powers What is the topic of Article 1? Presidential Elections and power thereof What is the topic of Article 2? Judiciary structure and authority What is the topic of Article 3? Rules concerning states What is the topic of Article 4? Constitutional amendment What is the topic of Article 5? The Supremacy […]

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Us constitution

What is the purpose of government according to most of the people interviewed in the video? to protect the people When asked about the purpose of government, which of the following was NOT mentioned by any of the respondents to assure a system of checks and balances The Framers of the Constitution listed the following […]

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The Constitution & The Bill of Rights ID Terms

Articles of Confederation A weak constitution that governed America during the Revolutionary War Assembly of demi-gods 21 fought in American Revolution, 8 signed Declaration of Indepedence; Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, Ben Franklin, Roger Sherman, Gov. Morris, James Wilson, Elbridge Gerry, William Paterson, John Dickinson, Charles Pickney, Edmund Randolph, George Mason-white males, very wealthy, half were […]

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Compare and Contrast Articles and Constitution

Articles of Confederation Unicameral legislature (Congress) Articles of Confederation` One vote per state Articles of Confederation No executive Articles of Confederation Congress is judge of disputes between states Articles of Confederation An amendment can be added when it is agreed upon by all states Articles of Confederation Coin money: U.S. and states Articles of Confederation […]

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Amendments 11-27 and Constitution Terms Crossword

the right of the federal courts to decide whether a law is unconstitutional judicial review a proposed law bill the number of people who must be present before an organization can do official business quorum to approve the decision or proposal of someone else ratify one of the amendments set this as the date for […]

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6 Principles of the US Constitution (Essay Mid-term)

Popular Sovereignty The concept that political power rests with the people who can create, alter, and abolish government. People express themselves through voting and free participation in government. Federalism A system of government in which a written constitution divides power between a central, or national, government and several regional governments. Limited Government Everyone, including all […]

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