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discuss separation of powers. in your opinion,, which of the 3 branches of government is most important?
legislature, judicial, executive. executive because the president runs the country
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Under the original Constitution, which branch or branches of government were selected directly by the citizens?
the house of representatives
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Which of the three branches of government has the power to make laws? Enforce laws? Determine if laws are broken?
1. The legislative branch makes the laws. 2. The executive branch enforces the laws 3. The judicial branch determines of the laws are broken.
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Which aspect of government does the United States have in common with the Roman Republic? Two consuls run the executive branch. Senators are elected into office for life. There are three branches of government. Governors are chosen by members of assemblies.
There are three branches of government.
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The Constitution of 1836, which established the government of the Republic of Texas, resembled the U.S. Constitution because it a) called for universal suffrage, regardless of race or gender. b) was brief and flexible, and established a bicameral legislature and three branches of government. c) included provisions about community property, homestead exemptions, and debtor relief. d) established a unicameral legislature whose leader also ran the executive branch.
b) was brief and flexible, and established a bicameral legislature and three branches of government.
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Roughly what percentage of Americans are able to name at least 2 branches of government?
Start Ch 2 The doctrine of judicial review allows a. the president to revoke Supreme Court decisions when they go beyond the bounds of Court authority.b. the judicial branch to decide whether laws or actions of the other branches of government are constitutional.c. the judicial branch to write laws when Congress is unable or unwilling to do so. d. congress to remove federal judges when their decisions do not follow public policy or are unconstitutional.
B. Judicial branch to decide whether laws or actions of other branches of government are constitutional
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The U.S. Bill of Rights limits all three branches of government
The U.S. Bill of Rights limits which branch(es) of government?
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powers given to separate branches of government to keep any one from getting too much power
What is the main idea of this cartoon? (1) The legislative branch disagreed with the executive branch during the presidency of Franklin D. Roosevelt. (2) President Franklin D. Roosevelt wanted the Supreme Court to support his programs. (3) Justices of the Supreme Court were not asked for their opinion about New Deal programs. (4) The three branches of government agreed on the correct response to the Great Depression.
(2) President Franklin D. Roosevelt wanted the Supreme Court to support his programs.
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