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The government is divided into three levels (Federal, State, and Local)
a) Federalism b) Separation of Powers c) Delegated Powers d) Reserved Powers
Branches of Government
a) Federalism b) Separation of Powers c) Reserved Powers d) Delegated Powers
Powers given only to the Federal Government
a) Delegated Powers b) Reserved Powers c) Concurrent Powers d) Separation of Powers
powers given only to the state government
a) delegated powers b) reserved powers c) concurrent powers d) separation of powers
powers that federal and state governments share (they both have these powers)
a) delegated powers b) reserved powers c) concurrent powers d) separation of powers
laws (normally made by a local government)
a) Biennial b) Federalism c) Separation of Powers d) Ordinance
Every two years
a) Biennial b) Bicentennial c) Bicycle d) Bicameral
Federal, State, Local
a) Federalism b) Separation of Powers c) d)
Legislative, Executive, Judicial
a) Federalism b) Separation of Powers c) d)
If the three levels get in a fight, which one wins?
a) Federal b) State c) Local d)
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