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BRANCH OF GOVERNMENT THAT INTERPRETS THE LAW; MADE UP OF JUDGES AND THE COURT SYSTEM IS THE ___BRANCH. A.ExecutiveB. Judicial C. LegislativeD. Representative
PERTAINING TO THE HOMELAND. A.ConfederationB. Supreme C. DomesticD. Precedent
SUPREME LAW OF THE LAND. A.ConcurrentB. Constitution C. PopularD. Ordain
IDEA THAT STATES HAVE CERTAIN RIGHTS THAT THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT CAN’T OVERRULE. A.States’ RightsB. Implied C. ReservedD. Precedent
APPROVE. A. ImpliedB. Impeach C. Inaugurate D. Ratify
TO OVERTURN OR DEFEAT. A.OrdainB. Ratify C. OverrideD. Implied
GROUP OF SELECTED INDIVIDUALS THAT VOTE FOR THE PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENT IS THE ______COLLEGE. A.CaucusB. Electoral C. CabinetD. Representatives
INTRODUCTION TO A DOCUMENT. A.AmendmentB. Precedent C. PreambleD. Reserved
TO SET ASIDE FUNDS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. A.AppropriateB. Reserve C. LegislativeD. Ordinance
PEOPLE WHO SUPPORTED RATIFYING THE CONSTITUTION IS THE ____PARTY. A.AntifederalistsB. Senate C. CongressD. Federalists
POWERS NOT SPECIFICALLY STATED IN THE CONSTITUTION BUT ACCEPTED AS TRUE A.States’ RightsB. Preamble C. SupremeD. Implied
A MEETING HELD BY A POLITICAL PARTY TO CHOOSE THEIR CANDIDATE FOR PRESIDENT. A.ElectoralB. Caucus C. CabinetD. Representatives
POWERS BELONGING ONLY TO THE STATES ARE ___POWERS. A.ExecutiveB. Implied C. ReservedD. States’ Rights
POWERS BELONGING ONLY TO THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT ARE ______POWERS. A.ReservedB. Enumerated C. ExecutiveD. Implied
AN EXAMPLE THAT BECOMES STANDARD PRACTICE. A.ImpliedB. Supreme C. PrecedentD. Reserved
POWERS SHARED BY BOTH THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT AND THE STATE GOVERNMENTS. A.ExecutiveB. Enumerated C. BicameralD. Concurrent
WRITERS OF THE CONSTITUTION. A.FederalistsB. Supreme C. FramersD. Cabinet
GOVERNMENT IS SUBJECT TO THE WILL OF THE PEOPLE. A. DomesticB. Popular Sovereignty C. ConstitutionD. Representative
TWO HOUSE LEGISLATURE. A.ConcurrentB. House of Representatives C. BicameralD. Congress
PEOPLE OPPOSING RATIFICATION OF THE CONSTITUTION. A. FederalistsB. Popular Sovereignty C. ConfederationD. Antifederalists
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT HEADS THAT SERVE AS THE PRESIDENT’S CHIEF ADVISERS. A. CabinetB. Senate C. ExecutiveD. Congress
GOVERNMENT BODY MADE UP OF THE SENATE AND THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. A. SenateB. Congress C. BicameralD. Representative
FIRST TEN AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION. A. AmendmentB. Confederation C. Bill of RightsD. Ordinance
FUTURE GENERATIONS. A. TranquilityB. Welfare C. PosterityD. Veto
PROCLAIM, ORDER. A. OrdinanceB. Inaugurate C. OverrideD. Ordain
FIRST GOVERNMENT IN AMERICA IS CALLED THE ARTICLES OF _______. A. Bill of RightsB. Constitution C. CongressD. Confederation
A LAW. A. OrdinanceB. Implied C. PosterityD. Reserved
TO FORMALLY SWEAR INTO PUBLIC OFFICE. A. ImpeachB. Inaugurate C. PosterityD. Ordain
PREVENT FROM BECOMING A LAW. A. ImpeachB. Override C. Pocket VetoD. Veto
BRANCH OF GOVERNMENT THAT MAKES THE LAWS; MADE UP OF CONGRESS IS THE ___BRANCH. A. JudicialB. Executive C. RepresentativeD. Legislative
GOVERNMENT WITH ELECTED OFFICIALS THAT REPRESENT THE GENERAL POPULATION IS A ___GOVERNMENT. A. ConstitutionB. Confederation C. RepresentativeD. Federalists
GOVERNMENT BRANCH THAT ENFORCES THE LAWS; PRESIDENT, VP, AND CABINET IS THE ___BRANCH. A. JudicialB. Executive C. RepresentativeD. Legislative
HIGHEST COURT OF THE LAND IS THE ___COURT. A. Trial by JuryB. Supreme C. CongressD. Representative
PEACE. A. WelfareB. Popular Sovereignty C. PosterityD. Tranquility
LEADER IN A REPUBLIC GOVERNMENT. A. PresidentB. Congress C. SenateD. Representatives
BILL THAT IS PUT ON HOLD (IN POCKET) FOR 10 TEN DAYS; IF NOT APPROVED THEN DIES. A. VetoB. Override C. Pocket VetoD. Impeach
WHEN TRIED BY A GROUP OF YOUR PEERS. A. Supreme CourtB. Inaugurate C. OverrideD. Trial by Jury
TO FORMALLY ACCUSE THE PRESIDENT OF MISCONDUCT IN OFFICE. A. ImpeachB. Inaugurate C. OverrideD. Ordain
GOOD, WELL-BEING. A. TranquilityB. Posterity C. WelfareD. Domestic
GOVERNMENT HOUSE MADE UP OF 2 ELECTED REPRESENTATIVES FROM EACH STATE; UPPER HOUSE. A. CongressB. Senate C. BicameralD. Representatives
AN ADDITION TO A DOCUMENT. A. AmendmentB. Ordinance C. PreambleD. Override
GOVERNMENT HOUSE MADE UP OF STATE REPS BASED ON POPULATION; LOWER HOUSE IS CALLED THE HOUSE OF ____. A. SenateB. Congress C. BicameralD. Representatives
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