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The necessary and proper clause is also known as the _____ clause. a.supremacy b.due pro

The necessary and proper clause is also known as the _____ clause.

a.supremacy

b.due process

c.elastic

d.privilege

e.immunity

 

52.Article II:

a.deals with the states and their relations.

b.is the shortest of the articles delineating the three branches of government.

c.contains the supremacy clause.

d.vests the executive authority in the president.

e.creates a Supreme Court.

 

53.The federalists:

a.supported the ratification of the Constitution.

b.preferred that more power remain with the states.

c.deeply distrusted the new and unfamiliar central authority.

d.thought of themselves as citizens of their particular state.

e.believed in the Three-Fifths Compromise.

 

54.Essays by James Madison, Alexander Hamilton, and John Jay supporting ratification of the Constitution that were originally published in newspapers under the pseudonym “Publius” came to be known as the:

a.Letters of Centinel.

b.Federalist Papers.

c.Federal Registers.

d.Declaration of Sentiments.

e.Mayflower Compacts.

 

55.Proposals for amending the Constitution can be made by:

a.a vote of three-fourths of specially convened state-ratifying conventions.

b.following the amendment process specified in Article VII of the Constitution.

c.the President using the line item veto.

d.a two-thirds vote of both houses of Congress.

e.a vote of three-fourths of the state legislatures.

 

56.Ratification of the amendment of the Constitution can be made by:

a.a two-thirds vote of both houses of Congress.

b.a request to Congress from two-thirds of the state legislatures to call a convention.

c.following the amendment process specified in Article VII of the Constitution.

d.the President using the line item veto.

e.a vote of three-fourths of specially convened state-ratifying conventions.

 

57.The power of the Supreme Court to strike down acts of government that violate the Constitution is known as the power of:

a.judicial review.

b.judicial activism.

c.coordinated construction.

d.enumerated covenants.

e.supremacy.

 

58.The Constitution of a certain country guarantees all its citizens a right of privacy. If the government of the country starts listening into the phone conversations of all its citizens without informing them and without citing any justifiable reason, the Supreme Court can use its power of _____ to declare that such an act by the government is unconstitutional.

a.coordinated construction

b.enumerated covenants

c.judicial activism

d.supremacy

e.judicial review

 

59._____ refers to constitutional interpretation by Congress or the president.

a.Cloture

b.Coordinate construction

c.Secession

d.Incorporation

e.Mobilization

 

60.The president does not have the power of a(n) _____; he cannot strike a particular clause from a bill before signing it.

a.exacting scrutiny

b.intermediate scrutiny

c.line item veto

d.strict scrutiny

e.rational basis test

 

 

61.A(n) _____ allows the president to authorize the bill but express his belief that one or more parts of it are unconstitutional.

a.strict scrutiny

b.rational basis test

c.intermediate scrutiny

d.signing statement

e.line item veto

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