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Amendments Articles and Such FoundationsPrinciples Checks & Balances 10 20 30 40 50
Amendments - 10 Which amendment repealed another Amendment: 18 or 21? 21 repealed 18
Amendments - 20 What amendment gave women the right to vote? What amendment lowered the voting age for men from 21 to 18? 19 and 26
Amendments - 30 This amendment reserves powers to the states, like establishing schools. 10
Amendments - 40 What is the difference between the 13 th, 14 th, and 15 th amendments? Slavery, Equal Protection, Right to Vote not denied because race.
Amendments - 50 What do the 4 th, 5 th, and 6 th amendments have in common? Due Process (search/seizures - plead the 5th, double jeopardy - Speedy and Public Trial, Lawyer).
Articles and Such - 10 The powers delegated to the president are found in this article of the Constitution? II
Articles and Such - 20 What statement comes before Article I? And who is considered the Father of the Constitution? the Preamble, James Madison
Articles and Such - 30 According to Article V, how is the Constitution amended? How many amendments are there? 2/3 Both Houses Propose 3/4 State Legislatures Approve 27
Articles and Such - 40 Where would one find the Supremacy Clause, that the Constitution is the “highest law of the land” Article VI
Articles and Such - 50 What is the impact of the Necessary and Proper Clause in the Constitution? Implied Powers, expanded power for Congress
Foundations - 10 Which philosopher is credited for suggesting the separation of powers? Montesquieu
Foundations - 20 What/Who? “We hold these truths to be self-evident: That all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that, to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed…” Declaration of Independence, TJ
Foundations - 30 What philosophy/principle of government does the following quote embody? “For as in absolute governments the King is law, so in free countries the law ought to be King; and there ought to be no other.” Limited Gov. (Rule of Law)
Foundations - 40 What is the difference between the VA Plan and the NJ Plan? VA benefited larger states NJ benefited small states Great Compromise
Foundations - 50 Put the following events in the order they occurred: Declaration of Independence, Ratification, Bill of Rights, Constitutional Convention, Articles of Confederation. Independence, Articles, Convention, Ratification, Bill of Rights
Principles - 10 Judicial Review, what is it? The Supreme Court has the power to determine if acts or laws are constitutional.
Principles - 20 Federalism is the division of powers between? Central/Federal Gov. and State/Local
Principles - 30 Federalism reflects the division of powers, what are these 3 types of powers called? Delegated, Concurrent, Reserved
Principles - 40 “We the people of the United States, in order to form a more perfect union…” Is an example of which principle in the Constitution? Popular Sovereignty
Principles - 50 What is the difference between popular sovereignty and the social contract? Popular Sov. - Power from the people Social Contract – Gov should serve people, Right to abolish gov.
Checks & Balances - 10 Name one Check that the Judicial branch imposes on the Legislative? Judicial Review...
Checks & Balances - 20 Name 1 check that the Senate imposes on the Executive branch? Impeachment, approve treaties, approve appointments.
Checks & Balances - 30 How can the Executive branch limit the power of the Legislative branch? Veto
Checks & Balances - 40 Who has the power to declare war, why is this a check? Congress
Checks & Balances - 50 Powers enumerated to congress are listed where in the Constitution? Article I, Section 8