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Which Article in the Constitution describes the Senate?
a) I
b) II
c) III
d) IV

The Preamble states how many goal for the US Government?
a) 3
b) 5
c) 6
d) 8

Powers solely designated for the National government are called
a) Implied powers
b) Delegated powers
c) Concurrent Powers
d) Reserved Powers

Which Article of the Constution describes the Executive Branch?
a) I
b) II
c) II
d) V

The Concept of limited government includes all of the following except
a) Federalism
b) Separation of Powers
c) Checks and Balances
d) Supremacy Clause

Which is an example of Checks and balances?
a) The President may veto a Supreme Court Decision
b) The Senate Impeaches the President
c) The House approves a Supreme Court Justice picked by the President
d) Congress Overrides a presidential veto

An example of a Concurrent power is
a) Public Schools
b) Declaring War
c) Taxes
d) Regulating marriages

The main duty of the Excutive Branch is...
a) To enforce the laws
b) to Interpret the laws
c) to make the laws
d) to veto laws

Articles 5 and 6 of the Constitution deal with
a) The Legislative Branch, and the Judicial Branch
b) The Supremacy clause and Amendments
c) The Necessary and Proper Clause and The Supremacy Clause
d) Powers of Congress and the President

Powers solely designated for state governments are called
a) Delegated
b) Concurrent
c) Reserved
d) Implied

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