POLS 207 Chapter 6

POLS 207 Chapter 6 - Grassroots Participation Chapter 6...

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    Grassroots Participation Chapter 6
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    QUIZ! Please take out a sheet of paper and write your  name, id, and the numbers 1 trough 10
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    QUIZ 1. A United States senator elected at the general election  in November takes office the following year on what  date? 2. The Constitution limits the size of the District of  Columbia to what? 3. The electoral vote for President is counted in the  presence of two bodies.  Name them. 4. Of the original thirteen states, the one with the largest  representation in the First Congress was which? 5. If the election of the president becomes the duty of the  United States House of Representatives and it fails to  decide, who becomes president and when?
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    QUIZ 1. If a state is party to a case, the Constitution provides  that original jurisdiction shall be in what? 2. If an effort to impeach the president is made, who  presides at the trial? 3. When the Constitution was approved by the original  colonies, how many states had to ratify it in order for it  to be in effect? 4.
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This note was uploaded on 03/25/2008 for the course POLS 207 taught by Professor Peterson during the Fall '07 term at Texas A&M.

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