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Q: States are permitted to enter into an agreement with one or more states or with a foreign state if they receive Congress's consent. What are these agreements called? A. interstate
compacts B. national treaties C. checks and balances D. suffrage contracts
A: B. national treaties
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User: States are permitted to enter into an agreement with one or more states or with a foreign state if they receive Congress's consent. What are these agreements called? A. interstate compacts B. national treaties C. checks and balances D. suffrage contracts

Weegy: B. national treaties
evermore|Points 432|

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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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: D. reserve forces from state militias.
selymi|Points 7242|

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

Weegy: D. practical
zinkla|Points 51|

User: What document is known as the supreme law of the land? A. United States Code B. Declaration of Independence C. Bill of Rights D. United States Constitution

User: What does the term secede mean as it pertained to the South in the 1800s? A. to join B. to break away C. to communicate with D. to vote against

Weegy: B. To break away. The south basically broke from the north.
empeabody2|Points 175|

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.
artsygirl2010|Points 197|

User: Powers not granted specifically to the federal government in the constitution A. and not denied to the states are reserved for the states. B. belong to the people that voted the government into office. C. and not denied to the states are given to the people. D. are reserved for the next sitting president.

User: When the founding fathers wrote the Constitution, they gave states power because they feared A. the federal government would be too weak. B. state governments would not be happy and want to leave the Union. C. nothing would ever get done in the legislature. D. the federal government would become too powerful.

Weegy: c
aposton|Points 712|

User: What modern president is responsible for the No Child Left Behind act? A. George W. Bush B. William Clinton C. Ronald Reagan D. Jimmy Carter

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