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Which of the following is the main political unit in the world? A. the state B. the township C. the city D. the county
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Why are special sessions of Congress rarely called? A. The financial cost is too high. B. Congressional numbers would make it too cumbersome. C. Congress already meets nearly year-round. D. It would take too much time.
Weegy: C. Congress already meets nearly year-round. User: There are several types of bills and resolutions. Which type may deal with a temporary matter, such as granting money for a presidential event? A. a concurrent resolution B. a discharge petition C. a joint resolution D. a rider Weegy: C. a joint resolution User: Who confirms the presidential appointments of Cabinet officers and other top federal officials? A. both houses of Congress B. the House of Representatives C. the President D. the Senate Weegy: D. The Senate confirms appointments User: How do the congressional terms of Senators and Representatives differ? A. Representatives’ terms are staggered. B. Senators are chosen by congressional districts. C. Representatives are more exposed to the national media. D. Senators have more years in office, which gives them better job security. (More)
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Which two principles have directed the foreign policy of the United States since World War II? A. cold war and deterrence B. collective security and deterrence C. detente and containment D. isolationism and nationalism
Weegy: The answer is B. collective security and deterrence User: What is a primary difference between a treaty and an executive agreement? A. Treaties must be approved by the Senate; executive agreements do not. B. Executive agreements are made only within the United States. C. Treaties can be created without considering the Constitution. D. Executive agreements always transfer from one administration to the next; treaties do not. Weegy: The primary difference between a treaty and an executive agreement is: A. Treaties must be approved by the Senate; executive agreements do not. [ ] (More)
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The formal duties assigned to the Vice President by the Constitution are A. to provide advice to the President on issues of national security and economic policy. B. to preside over the Senate and help decide the question of presidential succession. C. to balance the ticket and preside as Assistant President. D. not defined.
Weegy: B. to preside over the Senate and help decide the question of presidential succession. User: What produces the largest amount of federal revenue in the United States? A. individual income tax B. corporation income tax C. estate taxes D. excise taxes Weegy: A. individual income tax produces the largest amount of federal revenue in the United States. User: Who is responsible for carrying out policies about the government’s money? A. Department of the Treasury B. Commerce Department C. Federal Reserve Board D. Securities and Exchange Commission (More)
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Which term describes a President’s need to keep information private? A. executive privilege B. civil rights C. presidential view D. oath of office
Weegy: A. executive privilege User: What is the original source of many of the President’s powers? A. the Founders B. the House of Representatives C. the Constitution D. the Supreme Court Weegy: C. the Constitution User: What term describes all the actions a nation takes in dealing with other countries of the world? A. foreign affairs B. isolationism C. foreign policy D. domestic affairs Weegy: C. foreign policy User: Which features of a federal bureaucracy help it to run efficiently? A. job specialization and formalized rules B. its small size and limited leadership C. shared power and little need for support D. many goals and individual agendas Weegy: A. job specialization and formalized rules (More)
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