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The Constitution contains seven sections which outline the responsibilities of each of the branches of government, establishes the system of federalism, and provides for a means of revising the document. These sections are called A. articles. B. amendments. C. principles. D. the Preamble.
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The Constitution contains seven sections which outline the responsibilities of each of the branches of government, establishes the system of federalism, and provides for a means of revising the document. These sections are called articles.
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The Constitution contains seven sections which outline the responsibilities of each of the branches of government, establishes the system of federalism, and provides for a means of revising the document. These sections are called A. articles. B. amendments. C. principles. D. the Preamble.
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The Constitution contains seven sections which outline the responsibilities of each of the branches of government, establishes the system of federalism, and provides for a means of revising the document. These sections are called articles.
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Campaign contributions not covered under the Federal Election Campaign Act of 1971 are called A. cold cash. B. hot money. C. soft money. D. hard money
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Campaign contributions not covered under the Federal Election Campaign Act of 1971 are called cold cash.

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Which of the following is an example of a power given to Congress in Article 1 of the Constitution? A. Decide the results of a Presidential election in the event of a tie. B. Declaration of war C. Establish federal courts D. All of the above
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The answer is D. All of the above.
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Money that the government owes is called A. the Federal Reserve. B. the Federal Budget. C. the Federal Excess. D. the Federal Debt.
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Money that the government owes is called the Federal Debt.
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