Government

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 citizen is giving equal presentation in each branch of government
- State governments ,not the federal government , determines the right of citizens
- The federal government needs approval of states in order to join international organizations

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  1. Oops , i meant U.S.

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  2. http://www.google.com/#q=U.S.+constitutional+government

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  3. Is it e and d?

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  4. Nope.

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  5. OH its C and B

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  6. Right.

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  7. So what the answer?

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  8. Lexi was right it’s c and b

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