Self Check Chapter 3 Quiz (WK1)
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Self Check Chapter 3 Quiz (WK1)

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Self Check Chapter 3 Quiz (WK1) 1 Theconceptoffederalismmeansthatcertainrightsarereservedtothestatesandmust berespectedbythefederalgovernment. A) True B) False 2 Mostgeneralsocialandeconomicregulationsreceivea"rationalbasisreview"if challenged. A) True B) False 3 Thepowerofthefederalgovernmenttoregulateinterstatecommerceisafunctionof proceduraldueprocess. A) True B) False 4...

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Check Self Chapter 3 Quiz (WK1) 1 Theconceptoffederalismmeansthatcertainrightsarereservedtothestatesandmust berespectedbythefederalgovernment. A) True B) False 2 Mostgeneralsocialandeconomicregulationsreceivea"rationalbasisreview"if challenged. A) True B) False 3 Thepowerofthefederalgovernmenttoregulateinterstatecommerceisafunctionof proceduraldueprocess. A) True B) False 4 Thepowerofcourttoruleinadisputeisbecausecourtsarepartoftheexecutive branchofgovernment A) True B) False 5 Ifafederalcourtstrikesastatelawprohibitingtheimportationofcropsfromother states,thisisprobablyanapplicationoftheinterstatecommerceclause. A) True B) False 6 Whichofthefollowinggovernmentactionswouldmostlikelybesubjecttostrictscrutiny ifchallenged? A) afederalregulationoftrade B) astatuteprohibitingfalseanddeceptiveadvertising C) astatuteprohibitingindecentexposure D) agovernmentactionthatfavorsoneracialgroupoveranother 7 Inwhichofthefollowingsituationswouldfederallawnotpreemptstatelaw? A) Itisimpossibletofollowboththefederalandstatelawsimultaneously. B) Thestateregulationisanobstacletofulfillingthepurposesofthefederallaw. C) Thefederallawspecificallystatesthatitwillpreemptstateregulationincertain areas. D) Congressintendedthatthefederallawnotpreemptstatelaw 8 Whichofthefollowingstatementsregardingthetakingsclauseisfalse? A) Thetakingsclauseallowsthegovernmenttotakeprivatepropertyunder certainconditions. B) Thetakingsclauserequires"justcompensation"forthetakingofprivate property. C) Thetakingsclauserequiresthatthetakingofprivatepropertybefora"public use." D) Thetakingsclauseallowsthegovernmenttotakeprivatepropertyforany reason. 9 Thepowerofastatetoregulatetheimportationoffruitintothestateisanexampleof A) Policepower B) Independentchecks C) Preemption D) Thetakingsclause 10 Assumethatastate'spersonnelprocedureshaddifferentphysicalstandardsformen andwomenapplyingtobestatetroopers.Sucharulewouldmostlikelybereviewed underwhichstandard: A) Rationalbasis B) Intermediatescrutiny C) Fullstrictscrutiny D) Substantivedueprocess Self Check Chapter 3 Quiz Answers (WK1) 1 CORRECT Theconceptoffederalismmeansthatcertainrightsarereservedtothe A) statesandmustberespectedbythefederalgovernment. True B) False 2 CORRECT Mostgeneralsocialandeconomicregulationsreceivea"rationalbasis review"ifchallenged. A) True B) False 3 CORRECT Thepowerofthefederalgovernmenttoregulateinterstatecommerceisa functionofproceduraldueprocess. A) True B) False 4 CORRECT Thepowerofcourttoruleinadisputeisbecausecourtsarepartofthe executivebranchofgovernment A) True B) False 5 CORRECT Ifafederalcourtstrikesastatelawprohibitingtheimportationofcropsfrom otherstates,thisisprobablyanapplicationoftheinterstatecommerce clause. A) True B) False 6 CORRECT Whichofthefollowinggovernmentactionswouldmostlikelybesubjectto strictscrutinyifchallenged? A) afederalregulationoftrade B) astatuteprohibitingfalseanddeceptiveadvertising C) astatuteprohibitingindecentexposure D) agovernmentactionthatfavorsoneracialgroupoveranother 7 CORRECT Inwhichofthefollowingsituationswouldfederallawnotpreemptstatelaw? A) Itisimpossibletofollowboththefederalandstatelaw simultaneously. B) Thestateregulationisanobstacletofulfillingthepurposesofthe federallaw. C) Thefederallawspecificallystatesthatitwillpreemptstate regulationincertainareas. D) Congressintendedthatthefederallawnotpreemptstatelaw 8 CORRECT Whichofthefollowingstatementsregardingthetakingsclauseisfalse? A) Thetakingsclauseallowsthegovernmenttotakeprivateproperty undercertainconditions. B) Thetakingsclauserequires"justcompensation"forthetakingof privateproperty. C) Thetakingsclauserequiresthatthetakingofprivatepropertybe fora"publicuse." D) Thetakingsclauseallowsthegovernmenttotakeprivateproperty foranyreason. Thepowerofastatetoregulatetheimportationoffruitintothestateisan exampleof A) Policepower B) Independentchecks C) Preemption D) Thetakingsclause 9 CORRECT 10 CORRECT Assumethatastate'spersonnelprocedureshaddifferentphysical standardsformenandwomenapplyingtobestatetroopers.Sucharule wouldmostlikelybereviewedunderwhichstandard: A) Rationalbasis B) Intermediatescrutiny C) Fullstrictscrutiny D) Substantivedueprocess

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