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Q: The philosopher most closely identified with virtue ethics is (Points : 1) Immanuel Kant. Socrates. Spinoza. Aristotle.
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User: The philosopher most closely identified with virtue ethics is (Points : 1) Immanuel Kant. Socrates. Spinoza. Aristotle.

Weegy: d.Aristotle
danimai|Points 1504|

User: In federalism, the national government (Points : 1) is subordinate to the states. shares power and authority with the states. can force the states to do what it wants. can choose the states’ governing officials.

Weegy: Answer is shares power and authority with the states.
samn|Points 2708|

User: In Cooperative Federalism, (Points : 1) the states and national government jointly administer programs. the states are creative and tell the national government what to do. the national government seeks to return discretionary authority back to the states. the national government absolutely repudiates Dual Federalism.

Weegy: In Cooperative Federalism, the states and national government jointly administer programs.
may100|Points 1905|

User: Dual Federalism is characterized by (Points : 1) the national government asserting national authority. the states and national government being equally sovereign. the states asserting their absolute sovereign rights. the lack of communication between the states and the national government.

Weegy: Dual Federalism is characterized by enumerated powers between the national and state governments, and sovereignty in equal spheres.
samn|Points 2708|

User: Dual Federalism is characterized by (Points : 1) the national government asserting national authority. the states and national government being equally sovereign. the states asserting their absolute sovereign rights. the lack of communication between the states and the national government.

Weegy: Dual Federalism is characterized by enumerated powers between the national and state governments, and sovereignty in equal spheres.
samn|Points 2708|

User: Nullification would have had the effect of returning the nation to the Articles of Confederation because (Points : 1) any one state could effectively veto federal actions. each state could ignore the national government. any state could refuse to send representatives to Congress. each state could raise its own army.

Weegy: any state could refuse to send representatives to Congress.
papop|Points 184|

User: Congress represents the larger public interest by (Points : 1) maintaining power of the purse. forming specialized committees to address legislative issues. holding the executive branch accountable through legislative oversight. authorizing the President to go to war.

Weegy: Congress represents the larger public interest by forming specialized committees to address legislative issues.
rachell028|Points 852|

User: Congressional staff have an important role in Congress because (Points : 1) members rely on staff to study the issues and provide them with essential information. members rely on staff to cast votes for them. members rely on staff to sit in for them when representing their districts. members would not understand the complexity of legislation without the input of their staff.

Weegy: The answer is members rely on staff to study the issues and provide them with essential information.
rhey22787|Points 1387|

User: The principal powers of Congress include all except (Points : 1) the power of the purse. the power to declare war. implied powers. the power to hire generals.

User: Congress controls the Executive branch by issuing (Points : 1) orders to stop what it is doing. a halt of funding for programs. a legislative veto. its authority to a different branch.

User: The requirement that states be divided into single-member districts comes from (Points : 1) the U.S. Constitution. state laws. an 1842 act of Congress. colonial tradition.

Weegy: Under current federal law, State legislatures are required to use single-member districts when adopting their redistricting plans. The current single-member district requirement was enacted in 1967. [ Prior to 1967, the use of single-member districts appears to have been the predominate method of electing Members of Congress, although the practices varied from State to State and from time to time. ]
JackieP1122|Points 0|

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