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Basics Const. Amend.Grab Bag
The theory that rule by the people should guide our government best describes this principle
What is popular sovereignty?
These are the three major parts to the Constitution
What are the Preamble, Articles, and Amendments?
Veto, override, judicial review, and impeachment are all examples of this
What are checks and balances?
In order to prevent one person from exercising all of the powers of government, the framers created a system with this
What is separation of powers?
This is the form of government that divides the powers of government between the national and state levels
What is federalism?
This is the supreme law of the land in the United States
What is the Constitution?
Freedom of speech, press, and assembly are all found here
What is the First Amendment?
The powers of the Legislative Branch are listed in this part of the Constitution
What is Article I?
This is who the 10 th Amendment reserves powers for
Who are the states?
This is what is necessary to override a presidential veto
What is a 2/3 vote in both houses of Congress?
The 8 th Amendment protects citizens from this
What is cruel and unusual punishment?
The 4 th Amendment protects citizens from this
What is unreasonable search and seizure?
Declaring war, coining money, and regulating interstate commerce are examples of powers delegated to this
What is Congress?
This is what the 9 th Amendment provides
What are rights that are not listed in the Bill of Rights?
This part of the Constitution contains the Supremacy Clause, which states that national law is supreme over state law
What is Article VI?
This is the number of states that must approve a Constitutional Amendment
What is 3/4 or 38?
This is the most common method of proposing a Constitutional Amendment
What is a 2/3 vote in both houses of Congress?
The president cannot place anyone in a cabinet office or on Supreme Court without this from the Senate
What is advice and consent?
This informal amendment custom has forced presidents to ask certain congressmen for permission when nominating judges
What is Senatorial Courtesy?
The 22 nd Amendment placed this limit on the president
What is a 2-term limit?
This is the name of the mascot for Arizona State University
Who is Sparky the Sun Devil?
Who is Al Gore?
This is the coach of the Arizona Cardinals
Who is Ken Whisenhunt?
This is President Barack Obamas wifes name
What is Michelle?
Entourage, The Sopranos, and Big Love are shows on HBO. What do the letters HBO stand for?
What is Home Box Office?
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