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Study Guide Survey of United States Government and Constitution Alternate description Explain the following terms: 1. Supremacy clause: National laws take supremacy over state or local 2. Enumerated powers: Article 1 section 8: 18 powers listed in the constitution that the federal govt has power of 3. Necessary and proper clause: Elastic clause. Congress has the power to make all laws that is necessary and proper for carrying into execution 4. Implied powers: powers that are not specifically written down in the constitution but covered in the constituition by the statement any las that is necessary and proper Complete the following table: Identify the main ideas of the Articles of the Constitution in the chart below. The first column lists the article. Provide a brief description of the main ideas of each article in the second column. Articles of the Constitution Main Ideas of the Article Article I: The Legislative Branch Creates laws. Has the power ot override presidential veto with a 2/3 house vote Page 10 of 50
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Study Guide Survey of United States Government and Constitution Article II: The Executive Branch Execute laws. Can veto laws and grant pardons. Can sign and negotiate treaties. Cannot declare war. Has powers of appointment ex SJC. Article III: The Judicial Branch Interprets laws Article IV - VII: The States Section 3.5- Selling the Constitution Answer the following questions: 1. Who were the Federalists, and what did they want? People who supported the constitution . they wanted a stronger national gov’t. 2. Who were the Antifederalists, and what did they want? People who opposed the constitution. There were worried about the stronger gov’t would have too much power at the expense of the state… the supremacy clause. Converence the president would use his power against them. Worries there was no bill of rights to protect the people and the states against the power of the national gov’t . no written guarantees. Dictatroship. 3. What are the central ideas of Federalist Paper #10? The structure of the new gov’t would protect from factions of the govt. An elected congress would be enough to minimize the negative impact of factions (interest groups- narrowly focused and passionate). The ywill rise above and use their judgement to filter through the competing claims and coming up with laws that we re pure and good and would be best for public 4. What are the central ideas of Federalist Paper #51? We can prevent tyranny from happening by the very design of govt’ separation of powers and each has own responsibilities and source of powers and they have their own power to do checks and balances.. there no one branch of govt can be come tyrannical and take over everything. People were protected Section 3.7- An Evaluation of the Constitution Answer the following questions: 1.
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