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1:Why did the Framers decide that federal judges should be appointed for life rather than elected every few years?

A:Appointed judges are not swayed by public opinion.***
B:Appointed judges follow the president's goals for the country.
C:Appointed judges understand the Constitution better than elected judges.
D:Appointed judges take their jobs more seriously than elected judged.

2:"His 1863 Emancipation Proclamation...freed Confederate slaves but scholars still debate whether it rested on any firm constitutional foundation."

Based on the excerpt, which statement best illustrates the impact of Lincoln's proclamation on government?

A:It increased the influence of the legislative branch.
B:It caused the voters to elect a Democratic Congress.
C:It allowed slaves to vote during the American Civil War.
D:It expanded the power and scope of the executive office.***

Are these correct?

asked by Anonymous
  1. I agree with both of your answers.

    posted by Ms. Sue
  2. Awe....Great....thank you, so much!!!

    posted by Anonymous
  3. You are very welcome.

    posted by Ms. Sue

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