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Harry is a dual federalist. Which of tHe following will be true of Harry’s political belie

Harry is a dual federalist. Which of the following will be true of Harry’s political beliefs?

a.He believes that the Constitution should be interpreted consistently over time.

b.He views the Constitution as a contract among the people.

c.He believes that the Constitution should be subjected to broad interpretations.

d.He views the federal government as supreme, with no superior.

e.He dismisses the Tenth Amendment as mere “truism.”

 

22.Jack is a cooperative federalist. Which of the following will be true of Jack’s political beliefs?

a.He espouses the Tenth Amendment.

b.He views the federal government and the states as dual sovereigns.

c.He believes that the Constitution should be interpreted consistently over time.

d.He embraces a very narrow interpretation of Congress’s implied powers.

e.He views the national government as supreme.

 

23.Which of the following is true of cooperative federalism?

a.It minimizes the significance of the Tenth Amendment.

b.It views the Constitution as a contract among preexisting states rather than among people.

c.It embraces a very narrow interpretation of Congress’s implied powers.

d.It believes that the Constitution is a fixed document.

e.It is an interpretation of Constitution that favors states’ rights.

 

24.In McCulloch v. Marylandthe Marshall Court ruled that the state of Maryland could not tax the Baltimore branch of the national bank; such a tax would violate the _____.

a.taxing and spending clause

b.commercial clause

c.copyright clause

d.elastic clause

e.supremacy clause

 

25.McCulloch v. Maryland was a landmark case in the history of the United States as it established key precedent about the balance of power between the national government and the states. Which of the following is true of the court ruling on the case?

a.It ruled that the state of Maryland can tax the Baltimore branch of the national bank.

b.It decided that Congress did not have the authority to create a national bank.

c.It became an important instance that continues to prevent states from retaliating against Congress.

d.It embraced a narrow, dual federalist interpretation of the necessary and proper clause.

e.It paved the way for the states to significantly expand its powers at the expense of the Congress.

 

26.In Gibbons v. Ogdenthe Marshall Court ruled that the state of New York could not grant a steamboat monopoly that would render license granted by the federal government void; doing so will interfere with Congress’s _____ power.

a.taxing and spending clause

b.commerce clause

c.elastic clause

d.copyright clause

e.supremacy clause

 

27.Gibbons v. Ogden was a landmark case in the history of the United States as it established key precedents about the balance of power between the federal government and the states. Which of the following is true of the court ruling on the case?

a.It embraced a narrow, dual federalist interpretation of Congress’s supremacy clause power.

b.It decided that Congress did not have the power to issue navigation license.

c.It concluded that the state of New York can grant a steamboat monopoly that would render Congress’s license void.

d.It concluded that Congress could regulate interstate navigation under the commerce clause.

e.It paved the way for the states to expand significantly its powers, and to do so at the expense of the Congress.

 

28.Which of the following is true about the Court’s ruling in the infamous Dred Scott case of 1857?

a.The Court concluded that Congress was doing its rightful duty when it abolished slavery in the territories.

b.The Court insisted that the issue of slavery should be dealt with collectively by the Congress and the states.

c.The Court ruling effectively eliminated the possibility of a national legislative solution to the issue.

d.The Court ruling checked the spread of the Civil War to an extent by insisting on cooperation among the states.

e.The Court ruling fostered the emergence of slaves into mainstream American society.

 

29._____ refers to the concept that states can invalidate federal laws that they believe to be unconstitutional.

a.Nullification

b.Secession

c.Decentralization

d.Habituation

e.Segregation

 

30.The federal government in the United States has been proposing to make health insurances compulsory for its citizens. State governments have rejected the proposal as an infringement on state and individual rights. Which of the following doctrines will help the state governments in opposing the federal government’s decision?

a.Segregation

b.Decentralization

c.Secession

d.Annihilation

e.Nullification

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