CHAPTER 11-15 Political 2003

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Chapter 9 1. Senators have a two year term of office.  F 2. A person must be 30 years old to be a Representative in the House of  Reprsentatives. F 3. A person must be 30 years old to be a Senator. T 4. Congressmen pay for their postage. F 5. After the Civil War, the congress was more powerful than the President.  T 6. After World War II, the Congress was more powerful than the President.  F 7. The Republican party has always had a majority in Congress. F 8. The leader of the Senate is known as the Speaker. F 9. There has never been a woman Speaker of the House. F 10.The first African-American Senator was elected in 2000. F 11. Which is not a committee in Congress?             Adjunct Committee 12.The leader of the Senate is called
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          Majority Leader 13.Congress gets its power from the Constitution in           Article I, Section 8 14.Congress gets its law-making function from          Article I, Section 7 15.The Speaker is leader of the         House of Representatives 16.The most famous Majority Leader of the Senate since World War II is       Lyndon B. Johnson 17.How many steps are there in how a bill becomes a law?        Nine 18.How many U.S. Senators are there?       100 19.How many Representatives to the House are there?       435 20.A filibuster is a tactic used by      The Senate to postpone a vote on a bill.
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Chapter 10 1. The President serves one six-year term. F 2. The President can serve as many term as he can. F 3. The President has to be a while male. F 4. The President has to be married. F 5. The President has to be 35 years old. T 6. The President has to be a resident of the country for 14 years. T 7. The President and Vice President must come from different states. T 8. The President is Chief of State just like the British Prime Minister. F
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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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