poli sci 1 ch 3 exam

Poli sci 1 ch 3 exam - been granted directly Selected Answer to state governments Correct Answer to state governments Question 4 Multiple Choice 0

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Question 1 Multiple Choice 1 of 1 points A form of governmental structure in which the national government is weak and most or all power is in the hands of its components (e.g., states) is known as ____________________. Selected Answer: Correct Answer:
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Question 2 Multiple Choice 1 of 1 points Most of the governments in the world today are ________, in which all power resides in the central national government. Selected Answer: unitary Correct Answer: unitary Question 3 Multiple Choice 1 of 1 points The power to directly regulate such things as drinking ages, marriage and divorce, and sexual behavior has
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Unformatted text preview: been granted directly ____________________. Selected Answer: to state governments. Correct Answer: to state governments. Question 4 Multiple Choice 0 of 1 points Which of the following is often seen as a benefit of federalism? Selected Answer: Both a and d. Correct Answer: It allows states to function laboratories of democracy, o innovators. Question 5 Multiple Choice 1 of 1 points The principle of the supremacy of federal law over state law was affirmed in ____________________. Selected Answer: McCulloch v....
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This note was uploaded on 08/31/2011 for the course POLI SCI 1 taught by Professor Munoz during the Spring '11 term at El Camino.

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Poli sci 1 ch 3 exam - been granted directly Selected Answer to state governments Correct Answer to state governments Question 4 Multiple Choice 0

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