Ch. 4 Federalism Practice Test pdf version

Pts 3 dif l3 ref a106 obj 422 explain the process for

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PTS: 3 DIF: L3 REF: A.106 OBJ: 4.2.2 Explain the process for admitting new States to the Union. TOP: Federalism I Applying for Statehood 69. ANS D Categorical grants are made for specific purposes, such as assistance to sufferers of Alzheimer's disease. 10
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ID: A ANS B PTS: 5 DIF: L3/L4 REF: A.108 OBJ: 4.2.3 Examine the many and growing areas of cooperative federalism. TOP: Federalism I Categorical Grants 70. The Framers were dedicated to the concept of limited government. One way to limit government's power is to divide power among several entities, which can then serve as checks on each other. PTS: 5 DIF: L3/L4 REF: A.094 OBJ: 4.1.1 Define federalism and explain why the Framers chose this system. TOP: Federalism I Strengths of Federalism 71. ANS. C The Necessary and Proper Clause allows Congress to define new powers that it deems necessary to properly exercise the expressed powers. PTS: 3 DIF: L3 REF: A.096-A.097 OBJ: 4.1.2 Identify powers that are delegated to and denied to the National Government and powers reserved for and denied to the States. TOP: Federalism I Implied Powers 72. ANS: D The reserved powers are those that the Constitution does not specifically grant to the National Government and does not, at the same time, deny to the States. PTS: 3 DIF: L3 REF: A.099 OBJ: 4.1.2 Identify powers that are delegated to and denied to the National Government and powers reserved for and denied to the States. TOP: Federalism Reserved Powers 73. ANS: D Categorical grants are appropriated by Congress for a specific, closely defined purpose. They are usually made with conditions attached, such as the requirement that recipients obey ceftain guidelines. PTS: 3 DIF: L3/L4 REF: A.108 OBJ: 4.2.3 Examine the many and growing areas of cooperative federalism. TOP: Federalism I Categorical Grants 74. ANS A The States' relationships with each other were filled with friction before the Constitution. Rivalries, conflicts, and jealousies dominated interstate relations. PTS: 3 DIF: L3 REF: A.l l l OBJ: 4.3. I Examine why States form interstate compacts. TOP: Federalism I Interstate Relations 75. ANS D 11
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ANS B In order to get a legal divorce, a person must become a legal resident of the State where the divorce takes place and intend to reside there permanently. Problems arise when divorcees return to their home States, which do not necessarily recognize the "quickie" divorce proceedings. PTS: 5 DIF: L3/L4 REF: A.112-A.1 13 OBJ: 4.3.2 Understand the purpose of the Full Faith and Credit Clause. TOP: Federalism I Full Faith and Credit Clause 12
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ANS B 76. Extradition allows a fugitive to be returned to the State in which he or she committed a crime in order to face punishment there.
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  • Fall '16
  • Katie Francis
  • Federalism, U.S. state

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