posted by Booker Perry on .
1)The federal government has more expressed powers than implied powers.
2)Two inherent powers of the federal government are to regulate immigration and deport aliens.
3)Implied powers are essentially granted through the "necessary and proper clause" (Article 1, Section 8) of the U.S. Constitution that states the Congress can do what it believes is necessary to carry out the powers expressed elsewhere in the Constitution.
4)Check THREE of the following that are examples of IMPLIED powers that the federal government has.
A) Prohibiting racial discrimination in a restaurant
B) Maintaining our armed forces
C) Acquiring new territory
D) Making it a crime to kidnap persons across state lines
E) Building an interstate highway
5)Check FIVE of the following that are examples of expressed powers that the federal government has (either Congress, the President, or the Courts).
A) Coining money
B) Regulating immigration
C) Collecting taxes
D) Granting copyrights
E) Regulating labor-management relations
F) Prohibiting racial discrimination in public places
G) Granting pardons for criminals
H) Declaring war
I) Deporting aliens
J) Building interstate highways
This is what I believe the answers are:
I think 5 should be this
5) c, d, g, h, a
I'm not sure about 1, but I think it's false.
I agree with your later answers for 5, except I question D.
am I right on saying question one is B?
In most States, the right to vote was originally denied to all but which one of the following groups?