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Which of the following statements would serve as a proper definition of federalism? A. The arrangement to divide the government into three branches is also known as federalism. B. The responsibility to govern is divided between the national and state governments. C. The system of checks and balances allows the branches to influence, or check, the operations of the others. D. The veto power of the president is an extreme example of federalism.
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The following would serve as a proper definition of federalism: The responsibility to govern is divided between national and state governments.
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The Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, and Eight Amendments deal with what? A. the right to bear arms B. the establishment clause C. powers granted not to the federal government, but to the states D. the rights of those accused of crimes
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The Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, and Eight Amendments deal with: the rights of those accused of crimes.
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What happened to the Second National Bank of the United States in 1836? A) It went out of business. B) It changed its name and continued to control the flow of paper money. C) The bank reapplied for its charter. D) The bank sued the national government for refusing to reissue the charter.
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The Second National Bank of the United States went out of business in 1836. So answer will be option A) It went out of business.
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