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Chapter 2: 1/ In 2006, President George Bush appointed 2 member to the Supreme Court. F 2/ Democratic Senators use original in. . as a criterion for voting on Supreme Court nomineers. F 3/ There was not economic dimension to the failure of the Articles of confederation. F 4/ The Massachusetts Plan was known as the great compromise. F 5/ Thomas Jefferson was part of the Washington, D.C. delegation. F 6/ The Constitution was unanimously raifue…after the close of the Constitutional convention. F 7/ The failure of the Article of confederation was all economic in origin. F 8/ King George III thought the Articles of confederation were a good idea. F 9/ The Founding Fathers wanted a national religion in order to have unity in faith. F 10/ The Constitution starts with a preamble. T 11/ The first 3 words of the constitution are: - “We the people” 12/ “We the people” illustrates what pillar of American Society. - Rule of Law. 13/ A system of justice illustrates another pillar of American Society. - Tolerance. 14/ The blessing of liberty illustrates another pillar of American Society. - Tolerance. 15/ The Devine Right of kings gives justification to the monarchy using: - Religion. 16/ The legislative powers of the nation are invested in: - Congress. 17/ Article I of the Constitution; - Outlines the power of Congress. 18/ A person has to be at least this age to serve in House of Representatives:
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- 25. 19/ Article II of the Constitution outlines the powers of: - Presidency. 20/ Article III of the Constitution outlines the powers of: - Supreme Court. Chapter 3: The Bill of Rights 1/ Thomas Jefferson, James Madison and John Adams were anti- Federalists. F 2/ The Federalist Papers gave arguments for ratifying the Constitution. T 3/ The small states were against ratification. F 4/ The first ten amendments are called the Bill of Rights. T 5/ The first Amendment is a recipe for political opposition to the Government. T 6/ Americans have the freedom to own guns. T 7/ The Fifth Amendment requires that Americans talk to the police. F 8/ There are two ways to amend the Constitution. F 9/ Federalist No.10 is not very famous and not very useful in convincing people on the ratification debate. F 10/ Thomas Jefferson said about the Constitution “in hopes that they will amend it whenever they shall find the work wrong.” T 11/ The First Amendment includes protections except for: - Searches. 12/ Lobbying is protected under the: - First Amendment. 13/ Protection from unreasonable searches is found in: - Fourth Amendment 14/ The Congress has the power to collect income taxes because of: - Sixteenth Amendment
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15/ Originally U.S. Senators were selected by State Legislatures however, this was changed by: - Seventeenth Amendment. 16/ Prohibition was enacted by the passage of the Twenty-Third Amendment which
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This note was uploaded on 09/08/2011 for the course POL SCI 180 taught by Professor Coaty during the Spring '11 term at Orange Coast College.

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