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Lesson 4-5 - Lesson 4: Chapter 5 1. Devolution of power...

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Lesson 4: Chapter 5 1. Devolution of power refers to what? Powers are shifted from the federal government to the state government 2. France operates what kind of government system? Unitary System 3. Which phase of federalism developed under President F.D. Roosevelt? Cooperative Federalism 4. Which Anti-Federalist U.S. President made the Louisiana Purchase, even though the Constitution did not provide for that explicit and specific power? Thomas Jefferson 5. Which of the following voters’ rights exist at the national level? None of the other answers 6. There is currently an established right of secession False 7. What clause gave congress the power to do all that was necessary and proper to function? The Elastic Clause from Article 1, sec. 8, cl. 18 of the Constitution 8. Sometimes federals mandates are not funded by the federal government. True 9. General police powers lie with the federal government. False 10. Nullification refers to… a state’s right to invalidate an act of Congress within its
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This note was uploaded on 09/01/2009 for the course PS PS 1 taught by Professor Petri during the Summer '09 term at Saddleback.

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Lesson 4-5 - Lesson 4: Chapter 5 1. Devolution of power...

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