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The organization of our government system.
a) Democracy b) Structure c) Three Branches d) Seperation of Powers
This branch of government is described as the administer, supervisor, and/ or authority
a) Exectuve b) Presidential c) Legislative d) Judicial
A type of tax paid to the government.
a) Leaves b) Levels c) Levies d) Money
To formally accuse a public official of wrongdoing.
a) Impeach b) Unconstitutional c) Veto d) Override
The power to review AND limit the powers of the other branches of government
a) Separation of Powers b) Abuse of Power c) Judicial Review d) Checks and Balances
The power of the court to review a law or action of government is called...
a) Levies b) Veto c) Judicial Review d) Override
Override means to...
a) Accuse a public officeholder of wrongdoing. b) overrule or have final authority c) use your position or office for personal gain. d) decide not to follow the law.
The judical branch is made up of...
a) The Electoral College b) Courts of law and the justice system c) The House of Representatives and the Senate d) The president and vice president
Which of the following is NOT one of the three branches of government?
a) Legislative b) Citizens c) Judicial d) Executive
How many branches does the United States government have?
a) 6 b) 1 c) 3 d) 0
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