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Setting up courts is an example of A) a concurrent power B) a delegated power C) an exclusive power D) an inherent power
Setting up courts is an example of an inherent power. answer D!
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In at least two paragraphs, discuss the differences between the principles of republicanism and democracy. Explain whether you think the United States is more of a republic or a democracy. Refer to at least one example from the Constitution.
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A supreme court has jurisdiction on a case when the case has been A) appealed directly from the trial court decision because of a constitutional question B) heard by a court of appeal and there is a legitimate constitutional question C) refused to be heard in either a criminal or civil court of appeals D) dismissed by local law enforcement against citizen wishes
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A "concurrent" power is A) expressed to national and state governments B) implied to belong only to state governments C) reserved only to the national government D) shared by national and state governments
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