American Government

1) which of the following describes the supreme court's role in defining constitutional principles?

A) the supreme court plays a minimal role in defining constitutional principles.
B) the supreme court uses judicial review as a tool to define constitutional principles.***
C) the supreme court's role in defining constitutional principles is limited by federalism.
D)the supreme court can only define constitutional principles related to the bill of rights.

2) which of the following are common reasons why judicial interpretations of the U.S. constitution may change over time? select all that apply.

A) legislative agendas
B)evolving societal attitudes***
C)historical events***
D) multiple amendments
E) ideologies of the justices***

3) which competing rights are highlighted in the clear and present danger test of the supreme court in Schenck v. united states ?

A) state and federal powers
B) free speech and common good***
C) law enforcement's officials and suspects
D) anti-gun activist and the national rifle association

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  2. 1. B
    2. B, C, and E
    3. B
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    2.B,C,D
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  8. boonk is not correst Lus is correct do not listen to boonk.

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  9. 1. B, the Supreme Court had a judicial review before defying constitutional principles.

    2. B, C, and E.

    3. B

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  10. The answers are probably different they could both be right

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  11. 1. B : The Supreme Court uses judicial review as a tool to define constitutional principles.

    2. B : evolving societal attitudes
    C : historical events
    E : ideologies of the justices

    3. B : free speech and common good

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  14. Yesmen is correct for Connections; Unit 6 lesson 3.

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  15. My name is right Lesson 7: The supreme Court and Competing rights

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  17. I confirm that they are in fact different lessons.

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  18. 1. B
    2. B, C, E
    3. B

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  19. For Unit 6 Lesson 3 of american government in CA Yesmen is correct

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  20. Connections Academy Unit 6 lesson 3 Lus and Roxanne are 100% correcto!!!

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  22. Unit 2 lesson 7: The Supreme Court and Competing Rights
    1. B the supreme court uses judicial review as a tool to define constitutional principles
    2. B, C, E evolving societal attitudes - historical events - ideologies of the justices
    3. free speech and common good
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