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What is the main difference between enumerated and implied constitutional powers? A. Implied powers and enumerated powers are listed in separate sections of the Constitution. B. Implied
powers describe the authority of state governments and enumerated powers define their limits. C. Enumerated powers are clearly defined in the Constitution, while implied powers are not specifically stated. D. Enumerated powers apply to the executive branch of government, while implied powers apply to the legislature.
What is the main difference between enumerated and implied constitutional powers? C. Enumerated powers are clearly defined in the Constitution, while implied powers are not specifically stated.
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In which way does the U.S. Constitution support the concept of natural rights?
Weegy: every amendment in the US constitution. The constitution in its entirety is the fundamental make up of America, giving American citizens power to control their government. [ So all the amendments, namely the first 10, are designed to give the people the right to govern themselves... Not the other way around. America now needs a Leader... who will tell us the truth... and who will not back down to adversity. Honestly I think Donald Trump is who we need. He's already a Giant. And it's going to take a Giant along with the support of the citizens, to over throw this regime that's been in control for the last 30 years. The presidents you see... are merely puppets. Again, we need a leader. Not that you asked.... just throwing it in there The concept of natural rights - OR - what's morally "fair" is supported by the constitution in that the amendments enable the people to exercise authority over their government. If it were the other way around, the government would be the system that forcefully had the "right" to control you.... this is only possible because the people put restrictions (laws) as well, into the document, which says that it's unlawful to act "bad". See? So it's called - responsibility If you want specific amendments, just look at the bill of rights. ] (More)
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