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The right of the national government to impose a military draft is this specific power. a. expressed c. reserved b. implied d. concurrent
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User: The right of the national government to impose a military draft is this specific power. a. expressed c. reserved b. implied d. concurrent

Weegy: : The right of the national government to impose a military draft is this specific power: It is called b. Implied power [ ]
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User: powers that are not delegated by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it.

User: The federal government guarantees the states a republican form of government, protection, and territorial integrity. Give examples of how each of these guarantees are carried out.

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