Ch. 4 Federalism Practice Test pdf version

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PTS: 3 DIF: L2 REF: B.092 OBJ: 4.3.3 Describe the Extradition Clause and explain its purpose. TOP: Federalism I Extradition 37. ANS A The Constitution's Privileges and Immunities Clause guarantees that any American may travel or live in any state. PTS: 3 DIF: L2 REF: B.092 OBJ: 4.3.4 Explain the purpose of the Privileges and Immunities Clause. TOP: Federalism I Privileges and Immunities Clause 38. ANS B The Framers chose a federal system to make sure power was shared between the national government and the states. PTS: 3 DIF: L2 REF: B.078 OBJ: 4.1.1 Define federalism and explain why the Framers chose this system. TOP: Federalism I Federalism Defined 39. ANS D The expressed powers are those described plainly in the Constitution.They are exercised by all three branches of the federal government--executive, legislative, and judicial. PTS: 3 DIF: L2 REF: B.079 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 Expressed Powers 15
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ID: A ANS: 40. B The federal government does not have the power to set up units of local government. Local governments get their power from their states. PTS: 5 DIF: L2 REF: B.081 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 Reserved Powers 41. ANS: C Article IV of the Constitution requires the federal government to guarantee the states a republican form of government. This is understood to mean a representative government. PTS: 3 DIF: L2 REF: B.085 OBJ: 4.2. I Summarize the obligations that the Constitution places on the National Government with regard to the States. TOP: Federalism I The Constitution 42. ANS D Categorical grants are made for a special reason, such as building roads. These grants usually require the states to contribute money. PTS: 5 DIF: L2 REF: B.089 OBJ: 4.2.3 Examine the many and growing areas of cooperative federalism. TOP: Federalism I Categorical Grants 43. ANS A With the consent of Congress, states can make interstate compacts. These are usually made to help two or more states manage concerns that they have in common, such as transportation safety or shared natural resources. PTS: 3 DIF: L2 REF: B.091 OBJ: 4.3. I Examine why States form interstate compacts. TOP: Federalism I Interstate Compact 44. ANS B The Full Faith and Credit Clause requires states to honor all legal documents issued by another state. PTS: 3 DIF: L2 REF: B.091 OBJ: 4.3.2 Understand the purpose of the Full Faith and Credit Clause. TOP: Federalism Full Faith and Credit Clause 45. ANS B Thomas Jefferson feared that federalism could give too much power to the national government. He thought this could lead to corruption and abuse of power creating a national government as oppressive as that of Great Britain.
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  • Fall '16
  • Katie Francis
  • Federalism, U.S. state

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