Dual Gov Exam 2

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What is the supremacy clause:

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What is the supremacy clause:

The Federal constitution and laws are paramount

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The 13th amendment:

Ended slavery

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Which amendment focuses on State Power:

10th

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The Post-Civil War amendments include:

13, 14, 15

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The first 10 amendments are known as:

The bill of rights

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What are some first amendment rights:

Assembly and Press

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There are ___ branches in the Federal Government:

3

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Who nominates the federal judges:

The executive

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Living constitution:

Evolving of the times

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Filibuster

An action preventing the passage of the law

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Executive strategies include:

Executive agreements and orders

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To invoke cloture in the Senate you require:

3/5

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The bureaucracy should be free of:

Politics

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Order the passage of law:

Step 1: Bill is introduced Step 2: Bill goes to committee Step 3: Bill goes to floor

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How many articles are in the constitution:

7

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Civil Rights:

Equal treatment under the due process of law

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Civil Liberties:

Restraining or limiting government improper government action

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The legislative branch is:

Congress

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Article 1

Legislative

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Article 2

Executive

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Article 3

Judicial

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Which war led to the passing of the 26th amendment:

The vietnam war

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What are some characteristics of bureaucracies:

Complex and hierarchical organization

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Which branch creates laws:

Legislative

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Cabinet level bureaucracy includes:

Cabinet departments independent regulatory agencies

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Judicial review:

The court's interpretation of law

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The highest court:

Supreme court

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What is the federal bureaucracy primary assists the ____ in administration:

Executive

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How many amendments are in the Constitution:

27

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Why are the post-civil war amendments significant:

Citizenship, due process, and voting

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What percentage is necessary to override a veto:

2/3

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Enduring constitution perspective:

Originalists to the writers

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How many Electoral votes do we have:

538

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Judicial interpretation began in:

Marbury v. Madison

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Structures of government:

Article

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Modifications of the constitution:

Amendment

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Amendments 1-4

Individual rights

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Amendments 5-8

Justice rights

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Amendments 15, 17, 19

Suffrage rights

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The Fourteenth Amendment:

Protection under the due process

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A right:

An entitlement to a member of a society

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14th amendment helped expand and expound:

National civil rights

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The President is responsible for the execution and enforcement of the laws created by congress in:

Article 2

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The Federal Courts:

Supreme, Appeals, District

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