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SI Kira Exam 1 POL.1133 :’lkt78\jlhhhrewererewq324564ewfrgthjkl;kjhgfPractice Test #1 1. Which of the following is NOT a basic ideal of democracy? a. government respect for human dignity b. equality before law c. respect for minority rights d. government established by a constitution e. free and open elections f. all are basic ideals of democracy 2. Widespread acceptance by the people of something as ‘right or binding’ is: a. compliance b. authority c. justice d. legitimacy e. socialism 3. Which branch of government did the Framers of the Constitution of 1787 intend to be dominant ? 4. What did the Framers of the US Constitution intend as the primary role of the President ? 5. The ‘Supremacy Clause’ at Article VI of the US Constitution establishes who or what as the ‘supreme power’ in USA:
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SI Kira Exam 1 POL.1133 6. Which of the following is NOT one of the basic principles of the Constitution of 1787? a democracy b. rule of law c. limited government d. federalism e. separation of powers f. checks and balances g. all are basic principle 7. The authority of the Supreme Court to review laws passed by Congress & the states and the
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