U.S. GOVERNMENT

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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!!

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    I'd be interested in your answers -- and your rationales for them.

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    1)T
    2)T
    3)F
    4)T

    Are they right?

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    1. According to Article I of the U.S. Constitution, Indiana is a state.

    2. This statement is debatable.

    http://www.1215.org/lawnotes/lawnotes/repvsdem.htm

    I agree with your answers for 3 and 4.

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    1. True
    2. True
    3. False
    4. True

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