Chapter 5-10 political

Chapter 5-10 political - Chapter5 1.

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Chapter 5 1. Federalism is the study of the relationships between governmental units.  T 2. The Federal system is the most popular system of government. F 3. Confederacy system of government is the strongest form of government. F 4. Jefferson Davis was the President of the Confederate States of America T 5. The relationship between different levels of government is articulated in a  Constitution.  T 6. States are superior to the central government in the United States. F 7. The Great Depression was a problem solved by the State governments. F 8. The Merrill Act gave states the land to create a state university. T 9. Traditionally state government had superiority in educational policy. T 10.Segregation of the South during the hundred years after the Civil War (1864- 1959) was possible because of Federalism. T 11.Countries that have a unitary system of government are all of these except.          Germany 12.The case of McColloch v. Maryland illustrates the concept of
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               Federal law is the supreme law of the land. 13.The case of Gibbon v. Ogden helped define the legal concept          Refines the boundary of interstate commerce versus intrastate  commerce. 14.New Federalism was a phrase coined by President          Ronald Reagan 15.Federal research money was the most plentiful at universities during        1960s 16.The Head Start Program was part of what liberal Democratic President’s program         Lyndon Johnson’s Great Society 17.The Works Programs Administration (WPA) was part of what liberal Democratic  President’s program.          Franklin D. Roosevelt’s New Deal 18.“No Child Left Behind” was the result of legislation from         George W. Bush 19.Welfare reform was the result of legislation from          William Clinton 20.What is not a model of Federalism?          Teritary                                                 Chapter 6
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1. Public opinion polls are not scientifically based. F 2. Public opinion supported the invasion of Irag in 2002. T 3. Public opinion polls helped Harry Truman defeat Thomas Dewey in 1948. F
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