Ch04-TB1-WBL-10e

Ch04-TB1-WBL-10e - Chapter4 RegulateBusiness...

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Chapter 4 Constitutional Authority to  Regulate Business N.B.:   TYPE  indicates that a question is new, modified, or unchanged, as  follows. N A question  new  to this edition of the Test Bank. + A question  modified  from the previous edition of the Test Bank, = A question  included  in the previous edition of the Test Bank. TRUE/FALSE QUESTIONS 1. A  federal form of government is one in which sovereign power is vested  entirely in a central governing authority. ANSWER: F PAGE: 77 TYPE: = 2. The federal government retains all powers not specifically delegated to the  states. ANSWER: F PAGE: 77 TYPE: N 3. The Constitution provides for three branches of government. ANSWER: T PAGE: 78 TYPE: = 4. The state governments retain all powers not specifically delegated to the  federal government. ANSWER: T PAGE: 78 TYPE: N 29
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30 TEST BANK 1—UNIT ONE: THE LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS 5. The federal government cannot regulate commerce within a state, even if  the commerce concerns more than one state. ANSWER: F PAGE: 79 TYPE: =
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CHAPTER 4: CONSTITUTIONAL AUTHORITY TO REGULATE BUSINESS 31 6. The Constitution expressly excludes state regulation of commerce. ANSWER: F PAGE: 79 TYPE: = 7. When state regulations impinge on interstate commerce, commerce must  yield   to   the   regulations,   no   matter   how   heavy   the   burden   placed   on  commerce. ANSWER: F PAGE: 80 TYPE: = 8. When there is a direct conflict between a federal and a state law, the state  law is rendered invalid. ANSWER: T PAGE: 80 TYPE: = 9. Whether the federal government has preempted a certain area is always  clear. ANSWER: F PAGE: 80 TYPE: = 10. If a tax passed by Congress is reasonable, it is within the national taxing  power. ANSWER: T PAGE: 81 TYPE: = 11. Some constitutional protections apply to business entities. ANSWER: T PAGE: 81 TYPE: = 12. The Bill of Rights confers absolute rights, not subject to interpretation by  the United States Supreme Court. ANSWER: F PAGE: 81 TYPE: = 13. Political speech that would otherwise be protected by the First Amendment  loses that protection if its source is a corporation. ANSWER: F PAGE: 84 TYPE: = 14. The First Amendment does not protect commercial speech as extensively as  noncommercial speech.
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32 TEST BANK 1—UNIT ONE: THE LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS ANSWER: T PAGE: 85 TYPE: + 15. A federal law that promotes a religion is constitutional. ANSWER: F PAGE: 87 TYPE: +
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CHAPTER 4: CONSTITUTIONAL AUTHORITY TO REGULATE BUSINESS 33 16. A government law that restricts a fundamental right will be held to violate  substantive due process unless it promotes a compelling or overriding state  interest.
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This note was uploaded on 10/15/2010 for the course ACCT ACCT40 taught by Professor Birnbaum during the Fall '08 term at CUNY Brooklyn.

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