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The supremacy clause of the national constitution places federal law above state law. a. true b. false
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The supremacy clause of the national constitution places federal law above state law. True.
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In the 1960s these people gained the franchise. a. the eligible residents of the U.S. territory of Guam c. the eligible residents of Washington D.C. b. the eligible residents of the U.S. territory of Puerto Rico d. the eligible residents of the U.S. territory in the Virgin Islands User: The expansion of suffrage to African Americans took place in two stages, one that granted suffrage in ____ and one that accomplished suffrage in _____. a. the North/the ...
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In the 1960s these people gained the franchise, c. the eligible residents of Washington D.C.
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The expansion of suffrage to african americans took place in two stages, one that granted suffrage in THEORY and one that accomplished suffrage in FACT.
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The most expensive item in a typical campaign budget is a. travel. b. print advertisements. c. television advertisements. d. professional campaign managers.
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The most expensive item in a typical campaign budget is: television advertisements.
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