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Chapter 6 Quiz Question 1 The Constitution creates the Congress, the presidency and vice presidency, and the Supreme Court. Answers: True False Question 2 The separation of powers between levels of government is known as formalism. Answers: True False Question 3 The concept of preemption does not apply to the rules and regulations of federal administrative agencies. Answers: True False Question 4 Basic constitutional rights are not absolute. Answers: True False Question 5 Equal protection cases run the whole spectrum of legislative attempts to solve society's problems. Answers: True False Question 6 Which clause limits a state's ability to pass any law that impairs the obligation of existing agreements?
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Answers: Due process Supremacy Free exercise Contract Establishment Question 7 The _____ clause intends to prevent any governmental endorsement or support of religion. Answers: equal protection establishment
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  • Spring '18
  • Ella McCown Jones, JD, CPA, MBA
  • Chapter 6 Quiz, First Amendment to the United States Constitution, Free Exercise Clause

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