posted by Booker Perry on .
True or False Qsns:
1)Indiana is TECHNICALLY not a "state," because it has to answer to a higher authority, that being the national government in D.C.
2)The U.S. is a republic, because we are led by a president and Congress, and their authority is based on the indirect power of the people.
3)The U.S. is not a "sovereign" power.
4)The President is in the executive branch, but he is not the only one in this branch of government.
PLEASE HELP! THANK YOU IN ADVANCE!!
I'd be interested in your answers -- and your rationales for them.
Are they right?
1. According to Article I of the U.S. Constitution, Indiana is a state.
2. This statement is debatable.
I agree with your answers for 3 and 4.