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Exam Questions with Answers 03 - CHAPTER 3 1 In federalism...

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CHAPTER 3: 1. In federalism power is a. divided among different level and branches of government. b. concentrated in the federal government to the exclusion of state governments. c. concentrated in the state governments to the exclusion of the federal government. d. centralized in local governments. e. distributed in a way, which is the opposite of the way it is distributed in confederal systems. 2. Federalism relates to a. the division of power between the King and the Parliament b. the division of power between the Legislature and the Executive branches c. the division of power between the states and the federal government d. the division of power between the people and the federal government. e. power distribution under the English system. 3. The founders distrusted the unitary system because a. they saw it as an ideal environment for the majority to become tyrannical. b. they saw it as an ideal environment for a tyrant. c. they saw it as a way for the states to become ungovernable. d. they saw it as a way for the society to fall into chaos. e. they saw it as the most likely way for the federal government to collapse. 4. The founders distrusted the confederal system because a. they saw it as an ideal environment for the majority to become tyrannical. b. they saw it as an ideal environment for a tyrant. c. they saw it as a way for the states to become ungovernable. d. they saw it as a way for the society to fall into chaos. e. they saw it as the most likely way for the federal government to collapse. 5. Government by majority in small areas lacking diversity often creates the Environment for a. arbitrary policies. b. oppressive policies. c. capricious policies. d. all of the above. e. neither of the above. 6. Delegated powers are also known as a. statutory powers. b. regulatory powers. c. enumerated powers. d. implied powers. e. resultant powers.
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7. Implied powers are those powers which a. arise by virtue of Article I section 8 Clause 18 of the Constitution. b. emanate from the necessary and proper language in the elastic clause. c. were considered in the McCulloch v. Maryland case. d. all of the above. e. none of the above. 8. Enumerated powers are those which a. are specifically mentioned in the Article II of the Constitution. b.
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This test prep was uploaded on 08/26/2008 for the course GOV 1310 taught by Professor Jackson during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas.

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