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Literacy requirements were usually aimed at a. young voters. b. minority groups. c. poor whites. d. all of the above
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The government maintains national security by a. reviewing and censoring news stories. b. seeking Supreme Court rulings. c. classifying information secret. d. regulating broadcast news through the FCC.
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Complete the chart, identifying the person who fulfills these responsibilities. a. deputy whip c. majority leader b. Speaker of the House d. minority whip
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If the caseloads of the federal courts should become too heavy, Congress has the power to a. hear and try cases until the courts are caught up. b. create new federal courts. c. transfer some cases to the executive branch. d. suspend the hearing of cases until a later date.
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If the caseloads of the federal courts should become too heavy, Congress has the power to: b. create new federal courts. [smile]
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The most important difference between procedural and substantive due process is that a. substantive due process was recognized first by the Supreme Court. b. procedural due process deals with governmental methods and how they are used, whereas substantive due process deals with the fairness of laws. c. the Supreme Court can rule on cases involving procedural due process but the States rule on cases of substantive due process. d. only procedural due process is covered under the 14th Amendment ...
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The most important difference between procedural and substantive due process is that: procedural due process deals with governmental methods and how they are used, whereas substantive due process deals with the fairness of laws.

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