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What does the word "concurrent" mean in the context of federalism? A. separate B. divided C. joint D. practical
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The nitrogenous bases guanine and adenine are A. purines. B. a phosphate group. C. pyrimidines. D. a sugar group.
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What historical conflict was an example of a disagreement between state and federal government? A. World War II B. Vietnam War C. Civil War D. Spanish War
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CIVIL WAR was an example of a disagreement between state and federal government.
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If you were to examine the system of government in the United States and relate it to an athletic event, then the Constitution would act like A. the rulebook. B. the player. C. the referee. D. the scorekeeper.
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If you were to examine the system of government in the United States and relate it to an athletic event, then the Constitution would act like A. the rulebook.
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