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Q: What does the term secede mean as it pertained to the South in the 1800s?
A: B. To break away
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User: What does the term secede mean as it pertained to the South in the 1800s?

Weegy: B. To break away
shifa saleheen|Points 9758|

User: Which chief justice played a key role in defining the power of the U.S. Supreme Court and served as justice during the case of McCulloch v. Maryland?

Weegy: Hi! What are the choices?
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User: A. Alexander Hamilton B. John Roberts C. John Marshall D. Clarence Thomas

User: The National Guard system is an organization of A. the Army and Navy forces. B. all four branches of the military. C. military leaders. D. reserve forces from state militias

Weegy: A. the Army and Navy forces.
jeifunk|Points 2661|

User: What modern issue is challenging the concept of federalism in the United States? A. No Child Left Behind act B. Internal revenue laws C. War in Iraq D. National elections

Weegy: C. War in Iraq
OneRepublic|Points 665|

User: Which entity has the power to exercise exclusive powers in the United States? A. state government B. city government C. national government D. the people

Weegy: D. the people
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User: The framers thought certain powers existed and were expected to be held by the national government due to historical precedence and common practice. What are these powers called? A. exclusive B. inherent C. regulatory D. communal

Weegy: C. regulatory
elgiant|Points 481|

User: The prevailing form of Federalism after the ratification of the U.S. Constitution until 1860 was ________ federalism. A. fundamental B. dual C. single D. democratic

Weegy: B. dual
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User: What does the word "concurrent" mean in the context of federalism? A. separate B. divided C. joint D. practical

Weegy: C. joint
jeifunk|Points 2661|

User: If you were to examine the system of government in the United States and relate it to an athletic event, then the Constitution would act like A. the rulebook. B. the player. C. the referee. D. the scorekeeper

Weegy: A. the rulebook.
jerryjoseph002|Points 1502|

User: What form of Federalism was most recently associated with the United States? A. fundamental B. dual C. cooperative D. devolutionary

Weegy: B. Dual Federalism was most recently associated with the United States.
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