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Under the Constitution, the principle of "federalism" is the reason that power and responsibility are A) shared by state and national governments B) divided into three branches of government C) limited to what is listed in the amendments
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Under the Constitution, the principle of "federalism" is the reason that power and responsibility are shared by state and national governments.
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The Constitution reflects the principle "republicanism" because it A) required the first president to be from a specific political party B) creates a national government that is supreme over the states C) outlines a plan for government that limits the will of the people D) divides the legislative branch into two houses of elected officials
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The Constitution reflects the principle "republicanism" because it divides the legislative branch into two houses of elected officials.
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The Constitution reflects the principle "republicanism" because it A) required the first president to be from a specific political party B) creates a national government that is supreme over the states C) outlines a plan for government that limits the will of the people D) divides the legislative branch into two houses of elected officials
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Which of the following reflects Congress acting on an implied power in the Constitution? A) ordering the creation of a new design for a quarter coin B) approving the spending of funds for new army vehicles C) creating a set of national standards for public schools D) making a change to the rates charged for income tax
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Approving the spending of funds for new army vehicles reflects Congress acting on an implied power in the Constitution.
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The main function of the executive branch is to A) carry out and enforce laws and policies B) write and pass new national legislation C) increase the size of the bureaucracy D) select who will serve as president
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