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Through the grants of power in Constitution,the Framers sought to: a)define the powers of state government b)create a government in which sovereignty was invested in the national government only c)enumerate the rights of individuals d)both empower government and limit it. IS B...
June 23, 2010 by vedrana
1. How is the I.S. constitutional government designed? Select 2 that apply. - The Judicial System is controlled by the legislature - the three branches of government can check and balance each other - Powers not given to the federal government are reserved to the states - each...
September 29, 2016 by Lexi
What examples are given of a limited government and an unlimited government in the section? How did each type of government affect its citizens? Japans government
October 5, 2015 by Bill
How would the Philippine government respond to an insurgency? A. the government would try to work with their members. B. the government would want to support it. C. the government would ignore it. D. the government would fight it fiercely. D?
April 21, 2015 by Samantha
how would the Philippine government respond to an insurgency? 1) government would try to work with their members 2) government would support it 3) government would ignore it 4) government would fight it fiercely
November 30, 2016 by Evelyn
american government/ economics
A constituion: is a unitary form of government., sets out the principles and structure of a government., is a part of federal system of government ., is devolped only for democratic governments. i think its b.if not correct please, thank you
September 20, 2008 by Anonymous,
How would the Philippine government respond to an insurgency? A. the government would try to work with their members. B. the government would want to support it. C. the government would ignore it. D. the government would fight it fiercely. A?
January 14, 2014 by Anonymous
14. How would the Philippine government respond to an insurgency? The government would try to work with their members. The government would want to support it. The government would ignore it. The government would fight it fiercely.***
December 19, 2016 by Agala
What statement best describes Jefferson's attitude toward government? A. He wanted a larger and more powerful government. B. He wanted a smaller federal government with reduced taxes, military, and bureaucracy. C. He believed that a government wasn't needed to run the United ...
October 13, 2016 by aj_4you
Through the grants of power in the Constitution, the Framers sought to: (Points : 5) define the powers of state governments. create a government in which sovereignty was invested in the national government only. enumerate the rights of individuals. both empower government and ...
November 16, 2011 by Anonymous
6. Through the grants of power in the Constitution, the Framers sought to: (Points : 5) define the powers of state governments. create a government in which sovereignty was invested in the national government only. enumerate the rights of individuals. both empower government ...
December 18, 2011 by jacquie
Democrats in Washington have usually responded to high levels of unemployment with b. increased government spending. c. increased government taxes. d. decreased government taxes. e. decreased government regulation.
October 5, 2011 by HM
Government Help Please
A major feature of newly created federal system of government is that it gained its power from ____ 1) the people 2) the national government 3) the state governments 4) the executive branch of government Please help.. thanks
February 2, 2016 by Coraline
U.S. Government and Politics
My question :) What level of government do you think should be in charge of security from foreign enemies? Write a paragraph explaining why this level of government is most appropriate. My answer is federal government do you agree??
October 2, 2013 by Mary
U.S. Government and Politics
Another question :) What level of government should you depend on for sanitation in your neighborhood? Write a paragraph explaining why this level of government is most appropriate. My answer is local government, it's more community wise, right????
October 2, 2013 by Mary
Setting the requirements for professional workers, like medical professionals, is the responsibility of which organization? municipal government state government national government national and state government
January 13, 2016 by Khaiguy0900
2. Which of the following statements best describes the relationship today between government and the economy in the United States? a. The economy is largely self-regulating. b. The government subsidizes economic interests but otherwise leaves them to operate as they please. c...
October 4, 2011 by HM
Suppose the government starts with a balanced budget. Then, there is an increase in government spending, but there is no change in taxes. Show in an IS-LM diagram the effect of this policy on output in the short run. How will the government finance the increase in government ...
June 1, 2016 by Alvin
How does the government today influence the nation's economy? What other areas is the government involved in? I don't know what to answer. Please help! Thank You.
January 31, 2010 by Anonymous
This is a matching part and I already got the rest but I can't get these two. Here are the questions from column 1: 1. metropolitan government 2. county government Here are the choices from column 2: d. form of government that began largely in the agricultural southern ...
April 28, 2011 by Cheryl
The Constitution establishes rules that the United States government must observe. There are five main principles that form the basis of these rules and ensure our democratic government. In a minimum of three well-developed paragraphs, list, define, and discuss each of these ...
October 22, 2010 by Cheryl
With which statement would BOTH FDR and Reagan agree? A. Government must protect freedom of speech. B. Government must resolve inequality of wealth. C. Government must hold businesses accountable. D. It is government’s role to resolve social problems.
September 30, 2015 by Adam
Sis plz help one question thx asap
What examples are given of a limited government and an unlimited government in the section? How did each type of government affect its citizens
December 15, 2016 by Lexi;)
what is the key difference between a federal government and a confederate government? A. in a federal government local governments have the most power. In a confederate government a central government has the most power B. In a confederate government local governments have the...
August 15, 2016 by Anastasia
Confederation: 1.)A government in which all power stems from a single central authority 2.)A government that secedes from another government My answer3.)A government in which power is shared between a sovereign central authority and various local governments 4.)A loose ...
March 13, 2012 by Paige
Please check my answer~ What is the key difference between a federal government and a confederate government? A.In a federal government, local governments have the most power. In a confederate government, a central government has the most power. B.In a confederate government ...
September 8, 2016 by Mara
The failures of the Articles of Confederation showed that A.) The new government had to be powerful. B.)State government had to be all-powerful. C.)The people should not grant powers to the government . D.)The government should not guarantee individual freedoms.
September 30, 2013 by Gayle
1. Define these terms: Feudalism, Guild, Holy Land, Humanism, Imperialism, Industrial Revolution, Medieval/Middle Ages and Nation. 2. Compare and Contrast a limited government to an unlimited government. Give an example of a country past or present that has a limited ...
October 23, 2015 by Melissa bowers
15. What happened in 1998? b. The U.S. government had its largest budget deficit in history. c. The national debt was eliminated. d. The U.S. government shut down on three occasions. e. The U.S. government had a balanced budget. i eliminated all the wrong choices.. I am left ...
October 4, 2011 by HM
Describe 4 reasons that led to demands for government reform in 1830's Upper Canada. WOuld one of them be that the government was not being fair. with the land, property, taxes, and stuff?
February 17, 2011 by Sara
Society operates more efficiently if government power is centralized. What reasons exist for continuing federalism in its current form? In other words, defend a federal system of government.
October 3, 2010 by Leanna
Which of the following best illustrates the government's role in controlling financial institutions? A. The government directly influences the price of stocks in the stock market by taxing purchases of stock. B. The government limits the amount of loans that individuals can ...
June 1, 2015 by Nani
The sunset review process has a. eliminated a few government agencies. b. dramatically reduced the number of state government agencies. c. created even more state government agencies. d. decreased the influence of interest groups on state agencies. I think it is C..
November 12, 2011 by HM
As of the date of ratification, the U.S. Constitution established: A. representative democracy and limited government. B. representative democracy, universal suffrage, and limited government. C. limited government. D. representative democracy. E. universal suffrage Well, ...
June 5, 2007 by John
Colonies in the wilderness
Why was the government of Canada(1791) not truly a representative government? This system was not truly a representative one because a representative government is one in which representatives are elected by people to make laws on their behalf, and this wasn't done in this ...
February 16, 2011 by Sara
CIVICS PLS HELP MS. SUE
ich of the following best illustrates the government's role in controlling financial institutions? A. The government directly influences the price of stocks in the stock market by taxing purchases of stock. B. The government limits the amount of loans that individuals can take...
May 20, 2016 by Anon
Which group thinks that taking care of the poor is more of a job for the churches families and not so much the government's responsibility? I think it's the conservatists but am not sure. Right -- the conservatives generally don't want the government interfering with people.
November 7, 2006 by Suzanne
Society operates more efficiently if government power is centralized. What reasons exist for continuing federalism in its current form? In other words defend a federal system of government? (Give 4 arguments).
October 2, 2011 by AlyssaJKC
The national government of Uganda has supreme political authority in the country, with the local governments having limited power. This type of system is known as a A) republic. B) dictatorship. C) unitary government. D) totalitarian government.
October 17, 2016 by oolo
1. In what way did both the U.S. government and its citizens benefit from the war? (WWII) A. The government was able to defeat U.S. enemies, and citizens could freely travel. B. The government was able to enforce its isolationist policy, and citizens could discriminate against...
March 10, 2017 by ss
Which of the following is true about the US Federal government's ability to borrow money? A. Elected elected officials in the federal government can prove to voters that they are responsible by paying back government debts on time. B. The constitution forbids the federal ...
June 1, 2015 by Nani
Which of the following statements best describes a federal system of government? Independent states form an alliance and give up clearly defined and limited powers to a national government. The national government holds all power, creating and abolishing local governments as ...
September 7, 2016 by Mr. Tank
Do you believe that the United States Government is following the Constitutions five basic principles of Popular Sovereignty, Limited Government, Seperation of Powers, Checks and Balances, and Federalism? List your reasoning for each please!
October 22, 2010 by Amy
Why did many 19th-century artists create pieces that aligned with the views of their government? A:They usually agreed with the government policies. B:They could not survive without the government. C:They were sponsored by wealthy patrons. D:They lived in fear of the public's ...
January 20, 2015 by Cadance
What should be the goals of the US government today? I have to write an essay with this very question but I need help to formulate at least 4 different topics that the US Government should focus on.
February 24, 2012 by Sam
Political parties are a principal means by which the people’s will is made known to the government and government is held accountable to the people. Briefly describe party functions that achieve these goals.
March 18, 2015 by Ciaria
Why did many nineteenth-century artists create pieces that alinged with the views of their government? A. They usally agreed with government policies. B. They could not survive without the government. C. They were sponsored by wealthy patrons. D. They lived in fear of the ...
January 22, 2015 by Callie
which type of government has the power to make marriage and divorce laws? the power to declare home rule belongs to with type of government? who has the power to relate educatoin? who has the power of local government that is not shared with the state government? what is ...
December 16, 2010 by ?
Why did the framers of the constitution include the system of checks and balances? To ensure the powers of each branch of government are limited and checked by another branch To create a process for the American people to choose their representatives for government branches To...
January 6, 2015 by jeje
there are five main principles that form the basis of rules that ensure our democratic government. discuss each and present an example that shows how our government is not obeying each principle
July 20, 2010 by emma
I am a teacher and have a special education student in one of my inclusion government classes. The student likes to draw and drawing seems to encourage him. My question is that I would like to find a government project that would teach government and yet allow him to draw? I ...
September 24, 2010 by Dwayne
With which of the following statements would the Founding Fathers have disagreed? A.Government, which exists to regulate the behavior of the people, must itself be regulated. (B.) For the sake of simplicity, all the powers of government should be controlled by one small group ...
July 26, 2012 by Isis
a report card on napoleon's accomplishment.mark him pass or fail in the areas listed below -representative government -legion of honor -government leadership -military skills -organization of local government -rights of labor union
November 13, 2010 by 000
The Supreme court has original jurisdiction in legal disputes involving: A.one state government against another state government. B.the president. C.the congress. D.free speech and the equal protection issues. I want to say c or D am not sure
December 29, 2011 by Calvin
World History (Ms. Sue)
What does Pankhurst mean when she says a representative government exists for men in Great Britain, while women live under a despotic government? A: Pankhurst means that men have a representative government because they are represented by the government and are allowed to vote...
October 20, 2014 by Victoria
Mrs. Sue I need your help. Which statement BEST describes the power of government provided by the Articles of Confederation? A) The national government held most of the power. B) Congress enforced its power by taxing the states. C) The states had more power than the national ...
October 12, 2016 by Matthew
what type of government would J.K. Rowling be in? what type of government would mao tse-tung be in? what type of government would William r. bowon be in? what type of government would Theodore Roosevelt be in?
February 3, 2014 by Anonymous
1)A government where the executive of the nation comes directly from the legislature is known as a parliamentary government, meaning the legislature decides who the nation's top executive is (although there is often a separate ceremonial head of state). 2)A government where ...
June 8, 2012 by Booker Perry
foundations of government project
Purpose of Government principles of a Democratic Government Documents that influenced the Constitution Citizenship and Naturalization Dutien of Citizenship Tesponsibilities fo Citizenship Personal Traits of Good Citizens
October 4, 2009 by tony
How does the constitution limit the powers of government? A. The constitution limits the power of government by entitling citizens to a basic standard of living. B. The constitution limits the power of government by giving citizens the power to veto any bill they do not ...
November 13, 2014 by happy
John Locke believed that if government does not protect natural rights, then.. a) Citizens know the government is working because they have safety. b) It breaks the social contract and people can create a new government. c) Citizens should combine the parts of the government ...
September 16, 2014 by Sarah
what was the main belief of Englishment thinkers? A. that government power should be limited B.that a republic was the best form of government C.that the use of reason was vital to improving society D. that a government should be storng enough to carry out its duties.
September 7, 2016 by em:)
To what degree are “ordinary people” capable of giving direction to government? To a high degree. Anybody can tell the government what to do, and how to do it. Now, as for the government reacting, that is a very different question.
January 31, 2007 by question?
Do Lobbiest/Single interest groups help or hinder government? And then say one advantage I have is that they provide funds for the government, and one disadvantage I have is that they sway the government.
September 27, 2011 by smileyface
What was Thomas Jefferson's stance about how when the government fails to protect their rights, it is their duty to overthrow the government and establish a government that is designed to protect their rights
October 16, 2014 by Lisa
Sorry, I have another question about Iceland's government. :) It wants to know What is (are) thename of the house(s) of government in your country? -and- What are the names for representative to the national government? (senator, assembly member, ect.) Once again, I can't use ...
March 1, 2009 by Chase
Explain who the Federalists and Anti-Federalists were, then compare and contrast their views on the following issues: human nature, the proper scale of government, the nature of representation, separation of powers/checks and balances, the purpose of government, and stability ...
July 18, 2013 by Anonymous
1. In the U.S free enterprise economy A. the proper role of government is clearly defined by economists and there are never disputes B. government's only role is to provide for the nation's defense C. the proper role of government is not clearly defined and is a value ...
July 5, 2016 by Jordanne
the bill of rights is a document that... a. was added to the constitution to protect citizens' right. b. was used to limit the powers of state government. c. outlined the rights of the federal government. d. stated the ways citizens can participate in government.
March 2, 2015 by Eduarda
19. One of the main reasons the Founding Fathers created federalism was because they believed that *A- dividing power among the states and the national government would prevent any governmental entity from abusing its authority. *B- local governments, if left unchecked by the ...
October 10, 2016 by Becky
In a federal system in government (also known as federation) the local and state governments share power with the central government, though the central has finally authorized. explain how this is different from a unitary system of government?
June 10, 2015 by Help(aSAP)plz
The authors of the Federalist Papers stated that when framing a government the government must first be able to control the governed and also be able to control itself. To what extent were the founding fathers successful in implementing these goals?
March 21, 2016 by Troy
The most useful indicator of degree of democracy reached by a particular society is whether it has a a) civilian government b) formal method whereby people can effect changes in government policy c) system of government checks and balances d) system of liberal and humane courts
October 22, 2010 by Rebecca
Which of the following statements describe Jordan's view of the role of government in promoting tolerance ? A) the government has failed to promote tolerance B) the government should pass law promoting tolerance•• C) the government cannot do the job promoting tolerance D) ...
January 11, 2016 by Estephania
Question 20 of 20 5.0 Points If the government attempts to control pollution with a command-and-control policy: A. the government will control the firm's entire production process. B. the government will force the firm to use particular pollution-control technologies. C. the ...
September 17, 2013 by h
Social Studies check my answers
1 which of the following is true of a parliamentary system of a government but not of a presidential system? the government is nnot regulated by a constitution the judicial ranch is part of an unelected senate the legislative assembly is determined by a national election the ...
August 19, 2016 by FluttershyK22
Can someone help me with this question? A) With the emergence of urban cities came the need for a distinct city government, including the role of the boss. B) What were the positives and negatives of having a boss in the city government? C)Do you think the boss and the ...
April 7, 2010 by Janye
Please tell me which one of these is Federal , Confederal or Unitary . I have already submitted my question but I just want to be sure. ____1..In this system, power is divided between a central government and sub-government. ____2. England ____3. The European Union ____ 4. ...
September 6, 2011 by Sarah
Does it matter if the Federal government or the state governments get to decide if the Federal government exceeded its authority? If yes, how? If the federal government decides if it has exceeded its authority, then obviously it's going to decide that it hasn't. The states are...
February 9, 2007 by Lauren
Which of the following describes the Enlightenment idea of natural law? The idea that people consent to government authority and in return the government protects their rights The idea that people are born with rights that no government can take away *** The idea of dividing ...
January 19, 2015 by jeje
another question for "government is not the solution to our problem, Government is the problem" would the significance of this quote in illuminating a theme in US history be: that people shouldn't rely on the government? Sorry, I might have two more questions after.
August 28, 2010 by Amy~
Civics ASAP PLZ =:)
which of the following would you expect to find in a mixed market economy? large corporations run by the government a king who has unlimited power to regulate production corporations that are not subject to any government regulation a government minimum wage and privately ...
June 1, 2015 by Anonymous
which of the following best describes the interpretation of the constitution by a strict constructionist? A. favors a powerful national government that exercises implied powers B. favors a strong president and the necessary and proper clause C. favors a very limited role for ...
September 24, 2016 by Leslie
To many people the most meaningful of these classifications [of government] is the one that depends on the number of persons who can take part in the governing process. why might this particular classification be most meaningful to people? A.it indicates the balance of power ...
August 15, 2016 by Anastasia
o many people the most meaningful of these classifications [of government] is the one that depends on the number of persons who can take part in the governing process. why might this particular classification be most meaningful to people? A.it indicates the balance of power in...
August 15, 2016 by Anastasia
In recent decades, the Federal Government has borrowed money mostly to: a - finance special expensive projects. b - provide funds for crisis situations such as wars and national disasters. c - pay the president's salary d - operate the government and pay the previous year's ...
April 17, 2009 by Brennan
Which of the following statments is true about U.S. roads and highways? A. The Federal Government is a partner with the States in funding higways. B. The Interstate Highway System was completed in the 1950s. C. Few roadways are built with State funds. D. The Federal Government...
April 2, 2012 by Charlette
The basic tool in fiscal federalism is (Points : 1) the federal government’s power of the purse. the federal government’s ability to raise armies. the federal government’s ability to sue states. the Interstate Commerce Clause.
May 9, 2015 by christopher
Suppose that a perfectly competitive market is described by the following supply and demand equations: QD = 300 – P and QS = 2P. Suppose that government subsidizes this good: for each unit sold government pays $15 to the seller. (a) What is the government expenditure on this...
June 23, 2014 by excel
In recent decades, the Federal Government has borrowed money mostly to: a. finance special expensive projects b. provide funds for crisis situations such as wars and national disasters c. pay the president's salary d. operate the government and pay the previous year's debt. I'...
July 19, 2011 by Anthony
How has the sys- tem of checks and balances caused the sepa- ration of powers among the three branches of government to become less distinct? because everything requires at least two branches or arms of government to do anything. For example, Congress can pass a law, but the ...
November 18, 2014 by anonymous
The most extensive series of laws protecting labor were passed: A: by the federal government during the New Deal under Franklin D. Roosevelt B: by state legislatures before the Civil War C: by the federal government in recent years under John F. Kennedy
February 3, 2008 by Rachel
The Federal Administrative System's main goal is to ________________________. implement the laws that are passed by Congress and signed into law by the President be as independent as possible from the executive branch create a huge bureaucracy to ensure that government jobs ...
November 15, 2011 by Shelly
1. "A peice of coastal land, and surrounding fishing areas, has been occupied by a fishing society for centuries. This society does not have any government, or knowledge that any larger government rules over them" Do political scientists consider the society described here to ...
September 29, 2016 by Lexi
12. What was a significant effect of Shay's Rebellion? It forced the state government to stop taxing the farmers. It showed people the Articles of Confederation was effective. It convinced people that a strong federal government was needed.*** It persuaded the federal ...
January 7, 2016 by Aaliyah