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What information is provided in the first three articles of the Constitution? A. a lengthy introduction called the Preamble B. an outline of the three branches of the federal government C. an explanation of how amendments are added to the Constitution D. the 27 amendments to the Constitution
Weegy: The answer is: e B. an outline of the three branches of the federal government. [smile] User: What is the legal process by which a fugitive from justice in one State can be returned to that State? A. interstate compact B. probating C. privileges and immunities D. extradition Weegy: D. Extradition is the legal process by which a fugitive from justice in one State can be returned to that State. User: Which best describes the meaning of the word politics? A. It is the power of the executive branch to conduct foreign policy. B. It is the power of the executive branch to carry out the laws. C. It determines who will benefit from, and who will pay for, public policies. D. It is the process by which the President commands the military. Weegy: C. It determines who will benefit from, and who will pay for, public policies. (More)
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According to the 12th Amendment, if no one person receives a majority of electoral votes for President, who decides the issue? A. Senate B. House of Representatives C. Speaker of the House D. secretary of state
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According to the 12th Amendment, if no one person receives a majority of electoral votes for President, B. House of Representatives decides the issue.
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What is a primary difference between a treaty and an executive agreement? A. Treaties must be approved by the Senate; executive agreements do not. B. Executive agreements are made only within the United States. C. Treaties can be created without considering the Constitution. D. Executive agreements always transfer from one administration to the next; treaties do not.
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A primary difference between a treaty and an executive agreement is that: Treaties must be approved by the Senate; executive agreements do not.
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