Chapter 3 Practice Test

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Chapter 3 Practice Test 1. Today’s effort to scale back the size and activities of the national government and shift responsibilities back to the states has become known as: a. Devolution b. Anti-federalism c. Reverse-federalism d. Statism e. Repatriation 2. According to the text, the most obvious effect of federalism has been to… a. Perpetuate slavery. b. Protect the interests of the upper classes. c. Facilitate the mobilization of political activity. d. Reverse the democratic tendency in the states. e. Increase the scope of the president’s power. 3. Alexander Hamilton’s view of federalism… a. Held that the federal government and the state governments as equals. b. Held that state governments were superior to the federal government c. Held that the federal government was superior to the state governments. d. Held that the principle threat to the rights of the people would be the federal government. e. Held that the government was the product of an agreement among the states. 4. The national supremacy view of the newly formed federal government was powerfully defended by Chief Justice… a. John Marshall b. James McCulloch c. Roger Taney d. John C. Calhoun e. James Madison 5. The landmark case, McCulloch v. Maryland , determined… a. A state had the power to tax the federal government. b. The federal government had the power to tax a state. c. Congress did not have the power to set up a national bank. d.
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