32 - vote T[easy p 50 6 The judicial branch has authority...

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CHAPTER 3 CONSTITUTIONAL AUTHORITY TO REGULATE BUSINESS TRUE/FALSE QUESTIONS Basic Constitutional Concepts 1. The Articles of Confederation gave no power to the federal government to levy and collect taxes or to regulate commerce. T [moderate p. 49] 2. Article I of the Constitution establishes the legislative branch of government. T [easy p. 49] 3. The concept of federalism is that the states are more powerful than the central government. F [moderate p. 49] 4. Any powers not delegated to either the federal government or the states are shared by the federal and state governments. F [easy p. 49] 5. The existence of the electoral college means that the president is not elected by the popular
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Unformatted text preview: vote. T [easy p. 50] 6. The judicial branch has authority to examine the actions of both the legislative branch and the executive branch to determine whether these acts are constitutional. T [easy p. 50] 7. The legislative branch of the U.S. Government can enact statutes that change laws that have been made by the judicial branch. T [moderate p. 50] The Supremacy Clause 8. If the federal government preempts states from regulating in an area, the states may continue to pass legislation that conflicts with federal statutes. F[moderate p. 50]...
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