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1. All of the following embraced the “national view” of federalism except a. John Marshall. b. Roger B. Taney. c. Franklin D. Roosevelt. d. Lyndon B. Johnson. e. Alexander Hamilton. I can't find the answer for this, they all federalist

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  1. social studies

    1. All of the following embraced the “national view” of federalism except a. John Marshall. b. Roger B. Taney. c. Franklin D. Roosevelt. d. Lyndon B. Johnson. e. Alexander Hamilton. I can't find the answer for this, they all federalist right? 2. What
  2. Social Studies

    Please check my answers!!! 1. According to the Anti-Federalists, too strong of a national government meant a. eventual encroachment upon the sovereignty of the states. b. that a new Constitutional convention would have to convene every few years. c. that a
  3. Civics

    Which statement about federalism is true? A. Federalism gives more power to states than to the national government. B. Federalism gives all power to the national government. C. Federalism is a compromise between a unitary and a confederate government. D.
  4. History

    Both the national and state governments can impose taxes Federalism Congressmen should keep in mind the interests of their constituents (voters) Republicanism Only the national gov can coin money Federalism Word box : Republicamism Federalism Limited gov
  5. American Constitutional Law

    Which justice wrote the dissenting opinion in both the Civil Rights Cases (1883) and Plessy v. Ferguson? A. Roger Taney B. John Harlan C. John Marshall D. William Rehnquist OK, my book says John Marshall Harlan. So I am really confused on this one.
  6. Government John Marshall

    18. What is the significance of John Marshall ruling in Marbury v. Madison Marbury v. Madison was a case held by the Supreme Court. John Marshall had good arguements like the act of congress, thus Marbury didn't get his job.
  7. government

    How does selective incorporation represent the idea of federalism? A. Supreme Court rulings only govern the functions of the federal government. B. Through dual federalism, the national and state governments oversee the protection of different rights. C.
  8. History

    1. Jackson's party believed that the national government should... 2. Decisions made by the John Marshall's Supreme Court generally.... 3. What was the first state to be carved out of the Louisiana Purchase?
  9. Hisrory

    In Cooperative Federalism A. relations between the states and national government are characterized as hostile. B. there is a strict separation between the states and the national government. c. relations between the states and national government are
  10. American Government

    The federal government sets requirements that all public schools must follow,while state governments set standards listing what students need to learn. this is an example of which constitutional system? a. dual federalism b. cooperative federalism*** c.
  11. American History

    The federal government sets requirements that all public schools must follow, while state governments set standards listing what students need to learn. This is an example of what constitutional system? A. dual federalism B. cooperative federalism C.
  12. American Government

    The federal government sets requirements that all public schools must follow, while state governments set standards listing what students need to learn. This is an example of what constitutional system? A. dual federalism B. cooperative federalism C.
  13. History

    7.)Who was the Chief Justice of the supreme Court during Andrew Jackson's presidency? A.)John Calhoun B.)Henry Clay C.)John Marshall*** D.)James Madison C?
  14. World History

    Which option most accurately explains the shift toward humanist thought on people’s self-perceptions during the Renaissance? A.People who embraced humanist thought practiced flagellantism (whipped themselves with a belt) to repent for their sins.
  15. American Government

    why does federalism create tension between state and national governments? A.) Both national and state governments share power. B.) state and local governments have no support from national government C.) states are not able to work with each other D.) the
  16. american government

    2. In federalism, the national government (Points : 1)
  17. History

    Word box : Republicamism Federalism Limited gov Popular Sovereignty Checks and Balances Separaion of Powers Inalienable rights Citizens elect Senators to serve in Washington DC Republicanism The national gov conducts foreign policy Federalism The
  18. ben

    what principles of government did john marshall establish
  19. History

    1: Which of these is the correct analogy statement below? A: Dual federalism is to concurrent powers as corporative federalism is to reserved powers. B:Layered cake is to dual federalism as marble cake it to corporative federalism.*** C:Marble cake is to
  20. History

    How did the legal opinion of John Marshall shape the US government?
  21. Government

    What is the significance of John Marshall’s ruling in Marbury v Madison
  22. US Government

    How do you describe the original implementation of Federalism in the United States government as well as New Federalism, and what is comparison of the New Federalism to the United States' original form of Federalism?
  23. World History (Ms. Sue)

    Consider the influence of the U.S. Constitution on political systems in the contemporary world. A: The U.S Constitution has greatly influenced political systems in the contemporary world. Thus, the principles laid out in the U.S. Constitution have played a
  24. American National Government

    Despite the greater federal authority in the federal relationship, federalism is still important for all the following reasons except that: A)it provides the best means of developing a vast country because it allows for experimentation. B)it may stimulate
  25. POL 201

    Despite the greater federal authority in the federal relationship, federalism is still important for all the following reasons except that: A)it provides the best means of developing a vast country because it allows for experimentation. B)it may stimulate
  26. Goverment

    Despite the greater federal authority in the federal relationship, federalism is still important for all the following reasons except that (Points : 1) it provides the best means of developing a vast country because it allows for experimentation. it may
  27. Quick question, y or n please?

    QUick question, did Chief Justice John Marshall write the supremacy clause?
  28. American Government

    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
  29. ‚g‚d‚k‚o�I�I�I

    Give two examples of federalism in the United States. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Federalism http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/federalism/ http://www.closeup.org/federal.htm =)
  30. Civics

    Why was John Marshall's desire to strengthen the federal government so important during the early years of the nation?
  31. history

    Which of the following is associated with the development of chain stores? A. R. H. Macy B. John Wanamaker C. Marshall Field D. F. W. Woolworth I think its d is that correct
  32. Math

    Write a number sentence. Marshall sleeps 8 hours each day. How manu hours does Marshall sleep in one week? How many hours is Marshall awake each day?
  33. history

    Which of the following is associated with the development of chain stores? [ A. F. W. Woolworth ] B. Marshall Field C. R. H. Macy D. John Wanamaker is my answer correct
  34. Math

    Write a number sentence. Marshall sleeps 8 hours each day. How many hours does Marshall sleep in one week? How many hours is Marshall awake each day
  35. Math

    Write a number sentence. Marshall sleeps 8 hours each day. How many hours does Marshall sleep in one week? How many hours is Marshall awake each day?
  36. NATIONAL Goverment

    SOMEONE PLEASE HELP!!!! PLEASE HELP ME!!! A federal system differs from a unitary system in that: ANSWER: (A) power is concentrated in one central government. sub-governments delegate power to the central authority . power is distributed between the
  37. POL201 American National Government

    Question 1.1. Despite the greater federal authority in the federal relationship, federalism is still important for all the following reasons except that (Points : 1) it provides the best means of developing a vast country because it allows for
  38. ss

    opponents of the national bank relied on which idea to bolster their arguments? A. states' rights B. suffrage C. federalism D. expansionism i choose A, but i think i'm wrong
  39. US Government

    What is the comparison between the original implementation of Federalism in the United States government and the New Federalism?
  40. government correction

    Federalism: Which of the following most clearly illustrates federalism? a.maintaining foreign embassies b.appointing Supreme Court justices c.amending the Constitution d.setting utility rates Federalism is defined as: "A system of government in which power
  41. history

    3. Among members of George Washington's cabinet, __________ had a pessimistic view of human nature and a dread of democratic excess. A. Hamilton B. Adams C. Jefferson D. Marshall
  42. SOC 302

    The form of federalism that existed from 1789 to 1945 was described as A: dual federalism.
  43. Horizion

    Compare the interview "On the Front Lines with Thurgood Marshall" with the informational piece "'Equal Justice Under Law': Thurgood Marshall". What key information is expanded on in the interview that is not deeply explored in the informational piece? The
  44. Government

    What is the significance of john marshall’s ruling in Marbury v. madison? Provide example of the impact of this ruling.
  45. Social Studies

    Which of the following is associated with the development of chain stores? A. Marshall Field B. R. H. Macy C. John Wanamaker D. F. W. Woolworth Is it F. W. Woolworth?
  46. art need help

    1. This is the study of beauty and art. (1 point)ethics harmony unity aesthetics 2. This view refers to how realistic the subject is in a work of art. (1 point)object view critical view subject view photographic view 3. This view refers to how clearly an
  47. political science

    discuss the political environment leading to the court's decision in Marbury v Madison (1803). How did Chief Justice john marshall secure the power of judical review?
  48. World History

    What is the significance of John C. Fremont? My answer: John C. Fremont is significant because he became a national hero for his explorations in the West, which earned him the nickname the "Pathfinder?"
  49. American History

    Among members of George Washington cabinet _____ had a pessimic view of human nature and a dread of democratic excess. A. Adams B. Halimton C. Jefferson D. Marshall Im not sure of this answer I can't seem to find it in workbook..
  50. History

    Which answer best describes Andrew Jackson's view of a national bank? A)Jackson felt that a national bank should be more tightly regulated by the government. B)Jackson felt that a national bank was well within the rights of the federal government to
  51. History

    How did most Europeans view the Napoleonic era? They resented the foreign rule of Napoleon. They embraced the principles of the French Revolution. They saw an opportunity for new alliances and economic relations. They welcomed Napoleon because they feared
  52. History

    How did most Europeans view the Napoleonic era? They resented the foreign rule of Napoleon. They embraced the principles of the French Revolution. They saw an opportunity for new alliances and economic relations. They welcomed Napoleon because they feared
  53. language arts

    What is the BEST description of John Smith's account of himself? Group of answer choices 1-He portrays a humble view of himself and how others see him. 2-He has an inflated view of his importance in the colony. 3-He is overconfident about how he will
  54. Civics

    Explain why the framers of the constitution chose federalism as the form of government to establish the relationship between states and the national government what advantage does it have over a unitary or a confederate system
  55. History

    Was the Marshall Plan part of The United States policy of containment? Did the Marshall Plan affect the Cold War?
  56. Civics- Marbury V. Madison

    Did Marshall believe Marbury should have been given his job? And Did Marshall believe Marbury had a remedy for his grievance? These two I cannot find in my reading, and I thought I would ask you guys. Hopefully you can help!
  57. Pls help me

    Kenneth and Marshall started cycling from the same starting point along a track. Both started cycling at the same time and they did not change their speeds throughout. Kenneth reached the end of the track in 2 hours: Marshall covered only 4/5 of the track
  58. government

    members view party structure as including the party's leaders, the people who usually vote for the party, and a. independents b. the party's officeholders c. the national convention d. the national chairperson b
  59. Government

    Members view party structure as including the party's leaders, the people who usually vote for the party, and? A. Independents. B. the party's officeholders. C. the national convention. D. the national chairperson.
  60. DEFIN.

    Is federalism the same as imperialism? Franz Ferdinand was an advocate of increased federalism and widely believed to favor trialism. And what is trialism??
  61. Algebra

    After robbing a bank in Dodge City, a robber gallops off at 12 mi/h. 30 minutes later, the marshall leaves to pursue the robber at 16 mi/h. How long (in hours) does it take the marshall to catch up to the robber?
  62. algebra

    After robbing a bank in Dodge City, a robber gallops off at 13 mi/h. 20 minutes later, the marshall leaves to pursue the robber at 16 mi/h. How long (in hours) does it take the marshall to catch up to the robber?
  63. POL

    In federalism, the national government (Points : 1) is subordinate to the states. shares power and authority with the states. can force the states to do what it wants. can choose the states’ governing officials.
  64. American Government

    7. Which of the following six organizing principles are evident in Articles I – III of the U.S. Constitution? Select all that apply. A. Limited government.*** B. Separation of powers. C. Judicial review.*** D. Checks and balances. 8. Which of the
  65. American Government PLEASE CHECK MY ANSWER!!

    7. Which of the following six organizing principles are evident in Articles I – III of the U.S. Constitution? Select all that apply. A. Limited government.*** B. Separation of powers. C. Judicial review.*** D. Checks and balances. 8. Which of the
  66. Understanding policy development

    Dye (2008) argued “Federalism often creates confusion over which lever of government has the responsibility of handling crises” (p. 290). Discuss the issues associated with federalism and what local, state, and federal policy makers need to consider
  67. government

    27. Understanding Concepts Answer each of the following questions in complete sentences. Be sure to support each answer with specific examples. 6 points each Federalism Explain how the system of federalism balances the needs of a strong national government
  68. History

    Can you please explain to me what this means. Chief Justice John Marshall, in Cherokee Nation vs. Georgia held that the court had no juisdiction, under the U.S. Constitution, to deal with this issue because the Cherokees were a domestic, dependent nation-
  69. history ( is this considered a good answer?

    Identify the marshall plan (locate it historically) and explain its historical significans. Marshall Plan(June 1947 to 1952) Rebuild Europe Stabilize democracies and US allies Try to split Eastern European countries from the Soviet Union
  70. TV show lost and philosophy

    In class, we are learning about john locke and his view on free will and personal idenity. I know the john locke on the tv show Lost is like him so I was wondering if the philosopher and the tv characters are like regarding personal idenitity and free
  71. history

    Why did stalin refuse marshall aid? IS this evidence that he oppressed his people and escalated the tension during the cold war? he created COMECON instead of accepting marshall aid- did comecon lead to downfall of soviet union?
  72. pol week 2 quiz

    The basis for national power lies in (Points : 1) the Interstate Commerce Clause only. the Supremacy Clause and the Treaty Clause only. the Treaty Clause and the Interstate Clause only. the Interstate Commerce, Supremacy, and Treaty Clauses. Question 2. 2.
  73. POL201

    A policy area in the middle of these cross-currents is elementary and secondary education – a subject traditionally under local control, with some oversight by the states. However, during the last four decades – especially since 2001 – the national
  74. his

    How did Chief Justice John Marshall establish Judicial Review and use it to insure the Supreme Court's role as the viable third branch (along with the Executive and Legislative) in our checks and balances system? On this question be sure to concentrate on
  75. U.S/history AP

    --------passed by Federalists to put 16 more district court judges and 1 supreme court justice on bench.Done before jefferson took office.Adams named John Marshall Chief justice and appointed all all 16 of midnight I my answer right Marbury V Madison
  76. POL201

    In Ronald Reagan’s version of new federalism, the goal was to return power back to the states through @The answer can be found in “New Federalism II, 1982-Present.” A) deep cuts in federal spending. B) the Great Swap. C) orders to the states to take
  77. Math

    4.Longview is located between Tyler and Marshall on the state highway. THe distance between Tyler and Longview is 45 miles. THe distance between Longview and Marshall is 25 miles. Which equation could be used to find d, the round trip between Tyler and
  78. algebra 2

    Marshall has $1.25 in dimes, d, and nickels, n, in his pocket. Which equation could be solved to find the possible combinations of dimes and nickels Marshall has?
  79. Math

    4.Longview is located between Tyler and Marshall on the state highway. THe distance between Tyler and Longview is 45 miles. THe distance between Longview and Marshall is 25 miles. Which equation could be used to find d, the round trip between Tyler and
  80. us history

    how were john locke's view evident in the declaration of independence?
  81. U.S Government

    What is a basic idea of federalism? A. the establishment of a Supreme Court to monitor all of the states B. the creation of an army and a navy to provide for the security of the whole country C. the concentration of all legislative power in the states D.
  82. PHI/105

    In comparing the views of David Hume, Immanuel Kant, Georg Hegel, and Arthur Schopenhauer, which view of experience seems closest to how you view the world? Briefly explain this philosopher's view as it compares to your view.
  83. HISTORY

    Does this sentence make any sense and is it accurate? The Soviet Union, however, rejected the Marshall Plan due to the belief that they could not keep a close eye on the satellite states in the Eastern bloc and that the West was trying to enforce their
  84. English

    1. Look at the Canadian national flag. 2. Look at the national flag of Canada. 3. This is the Chinese national flag. 4. This is the national flag of China. 5. This is American national flag. 6. This is the national flag of America. (Are they all
  85. Psychology

    Do you think John forgets the time of his appointments? Perhaps he is always late because it makes him feel powerful or, maybe he is just disorganized?" These questions are being asked in order to A. determine whether John's tardiness is dispositional or
  86. college

    john locke and his view on free will and personal idenity natue vs nuture
  87. american government

    national emergencies, advances in technology, and demand for services have increased congress's acceptance of which view? A. conservative constructionists B. liberal constructionists C. radical constructionists D. strict constructionist which of the
  88. History

    Read the following quote from John Adams: "We have no government armed in power capable of contending with human passions unbridled [uncontrolled] by morality and religion. Our Constitution was made only for a religious and moral people. It is wholly
  89. Literature

    Which statement best explains the effect of the point of view on the narration of Robinson Crusoe? A. The point of view allows the author to give the reader a "god's-eye view" of the events in the novel. B. The point of view allows the author to narrate
  90. English

    I have pictures of national flags of six countries. Which national flag is French natonal flag? Which country's national flag is this picture? Which national flag is related to French? Which national flag is French's. I want you to find Chinese national
  91. English Captilization

    I just want to know if i got all of these quiz questions right for captilization. Thanks 1. Which answer best fits into the blank? Drive _____ on I-270 to get to Grove City. A.South B.south C. the south I think it is B. 2. Which answer best fits into the
  92. social studies

    how did Jeffersons view differ from Hamilton ? focus on the two issues of the national bank and the size and power of the federal government
  93. history

    Did I answer these correctly? 1. Which of the following was a prominent Anti-Federalist? Thomas Jefferson James Monroe Patrick Henry All of the above (X) 2. All of the following were Federalists EXCEPT? Alexander Hamilton John Adams Richard Henry Lee (X)
  94. Federalism

    Which of the following cost clearly illustrates federalism? a.an absolute conarchy b.lappointing Supreme Court justices c.amending the Constitutio d.setting utility rates http://www.answers.com/federalism What do you think? Someone here will critique your
  95. SS8R: National Convention: The Female Voice Essay

    I have this assignment for my Social Studies class about the National Convention. Well most of you know about the National Convention thing since you watch Republicans or Democratic. The essay is focusing on First Lady Michelle Obama and Ann Romney. They
  96. History

    4. Who Killed Alexander Hamilton in a duel in 1804? Aaron Burr? 5.Who broadened the Supreme Court's power A.John Adams B.Thomas Jefferson C.William Marbury D.John Marshall Answer : D 6. In Marbury v Madison (1803) the US Supreme Court established the
  97. US history

    The supreme court under chief justice John Marshall was similar to the court under chief justice Earl Warren in that both 1) strengthened the power and influence of business 2) increased the president's war powers 3) changed public policy through broad
  98. American Government

    14. Read this quote from Alexander Hamilton. The interpretation of the laws is proper and peculiar province of the courts. A constitution is, in fact, and must be regarded by the judges as a fundamental law.... If there should happen to be an
  99. AG

    14. Read this quote from Alexander Hamilton. The interpretation of the laws is proper and peculiar province of the courts. A constitution is, in fact, and must be regarded by the judges as a fundamental law.... If there should happen to be an
  100. American Government

    14. Read this quote from Alexander Hamilton. The interpretation of the laws is proper and peculiar province of the courts. A constitution is, in fact, and must be regarded by the judges as a fundamental law.... If there should happen to be an

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