The "Federal" in Federalism
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by Jeannie Ferguson
| 13 Questions
1
3
Which type of government system does the United States operate?
A Federal
B Confederal
C Unitary
D Concurrent
2
3
Which of the following is true of laws of the United States?
A States laws are superior to federal laws.
B Federal laws are superior to state laws.
C
D
3
3
____________________government is a form that is an association of independent states.
A Federal
B Confederal
C Unitary
D Concurrent
4
3
_____________ powers are stated in the Constitution.
A Implied
B Expressed
C
D
5
3
Congress can pass laws by finding links to a power it doesn't have even when it appears they do not to have the power to do so.
True
False
6
3
Which powers are shared by the federal and state governments?
A Federal
B Confederal
C Unitary
D Concurrent
7
3
_________________________ government splits power between independent states and a central governernment.
A Federal
B Confederal
C Unitary
D Concurrent
8
3
When our country was formed the thirteen states did not have governments or courts of their own.
True
False
9
3
____________ powers are not expressly stated in the Constitution.
A Expressed
B Implied
C
D
10
3
People today are still concerned about state versus federal powers.
True
False
11
3
In a ________________ government, all the power rests in a central government.
A federal
B confederal
C unitary
D concurrent
12
3
____________ is the division of central government and state governments.
A Imperialism
B Federalism
C Implied power
D Expressed power
13
3
The other name for the Necessary and Proper Clause is the Implied Clause.
True
False

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