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An example of a shared or concurrent power is the power to A) run elections B) print money C) declare war D) make laws
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The power to issue professional licenses such as those for doctors is A) a concurrent power B)delegated power C) reserved power D) shared power
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Article Six of the Constitution illustrates how the national government's power is A) derived from the states and the people B) granted through the executive branch C) interpreted through the amendments D) shared between separate branches
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The amendment process to the U.S. Constitution reflects the principle of A) popular sovereignty because it requires a national direct vote by citizens B) checks and balances because the House proposes and the Senate ratifies C) republicanism because the people elect representatives to sponsor the idea D) federalism because it requires support from state and national governments
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