Which of the following are powers that are exercised by both the national government and state governments at the same time? A.concurrent powers B. enumerated powers C. prohibited powers D. reserved powers

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  9. civics

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  10. Civics

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  15. History

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  19. history

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  20. Civics

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  21. U.S. GOVERNMENT

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  22. social studies

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  23. Government

    Authority possessed by both the state and national government that may be exercised separately and simultaneously are called________ powers. These powers may not be exclusively within the scope of the national power or in conflict with the national law.

  24. History

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  25. american government

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  26. Market economy/government

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  27. 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

  28. Government

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  29. Government

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  30. Government

    Authority possessed by both the state and national government that may be exercised separately and simultaneously are called...... powers. These powers may not be exclusively within the scope of the national power or in conflict with the national law.

  31. Social Studies

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  32. government

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  33. Government

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  34. The New Deal's Legacy Quiz

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  35. History

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  36. political science

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  37. american government

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  38. Civics

    Which of the following are powers that are exercised by both the national government and state governments at the same time? A. concurrent powers B. enumerated powers C. prohibited powers D. reserved powers

  39. Can u check my answer? U.S History

    "I consider the foundation of the Constitution as laid on this ground: That "all powers not delegated to the United States, by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States or to the people." [10th Amendment] To take a

  40. Government

    1. States must honor each other's laws and court decisions according to... A) 1st Amendment B) Privileges and Immunities Clause C) Full Faith and Credit Clause D) Revenue Sharing 2. The National Government can enter a State to restore order in cases of

  41. 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

  42. American Government

    which of the following best describes the interpretation of the constitution by a strict constructionist? A. favors a powerful national government that exercises implied powers B. favors a strong president and the necessary and proper clause C. favors a

  43. History

    1. Which of the following is not a way that constitution grant governments power? A. They explain the purpose of the government B. They set up the structure of the government C. They identify from which states federal government leader will come*** D. They

  44. American government

    How does the 10th amendment shown below demonstrate a constitutional provision for limiting government? The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the states, are reserved to the states respectively, or to

  45. social studies

    During the Constitutional Convention, a constitution was drafted defining the powers of the federal government. State at least 10 of these powers.

  46. government

    Which of the following can be said about the powers of the federal government as compared to the powers of the state governments?

  47. America Government

    Do you think our country's history would be different if the Articles of Confederation had remained as our constitution? Yes, I do think our country's history would be different if the Articles had remained as our constitution. Being that this government

  48. History

    5.)Which answer best describes how Maryland responded to the national bank created when the U.S. government tried to borrow money after the War of 1812? A.)Maryland passed a law that made the national bank pay a large tax to the state.*** B.)Maryland

  49. Social Studies

    1)What is the difference between a federal form of government in a confederal form of government? a. A federal government is democratic, while a confederal government is dictatorial. b. A federal government has a constitution while a confederal government

  50. Government Help Please

    A major feature of newly created federal system of government is that it gained its power from ____ 1) the people 2) the national government 3) the state governments 4) the executive branch of government Please help.. thanks

  51. social studies

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  52. Social Studies

    The Due Process Clause guarantees that: A. the National Government will not interfere with Constitutional rights. B. states are not bound to their state constitutions in matters of individual rights. C. states will not deny people any basic or essential

  53. math

    Which answer best completes the following sentence? Two advantages of a confederation are that it ______ and ______. A: prevents abuse of power by a national government; preserves local identity B: concentrates power in state governments; makes national

  54. American History

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  55. history

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  56. Social Studies

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  57. Civics

    Which of the following are powers that the U.S. government holds because these powers have generally been held by national governments A) enumerated powers B) implied powers C) inherent powers** D) prohibited powers

  58. Civics

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  59. 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

  60. World History (Ms. Sue)

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  61. POL201

    With unfunded mandates, the national government (Points : 1) respects state sovereignty. passes a national policy measure which will require state spending. approves a state policy measure and provides 1/3 of the required state spending. fully pays for the

  62. Civics

    Which of the following is true about most state constitutions? A.Delegated powers are thoroughly described in most state constitutions. *** B. Most state constitutions are longer than the U.S. Constitution. C.The Constitution describes the federal

  63. govt

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  64. History

    6.)Which answer best describes how Maryland responded to the national bank created when the U.S. government tried to borrow money after the War of 1812? A.)Maryland passed a law that made the national bank pay a large tax to the state. B.)Maryland repealed

  65. Civics

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  66. Civics

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  67. business

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  68. GOVERNMENT

    Are delegated powers the powers that can only be exercised by the National Government? Then, what about expressed powers, implied powers and inherent powers. Do they all fall under the category of expressed powers?

  69. GOVERNMENT

    Are delegated powers the powers that can only be exercised by the National Government? Then, what about expressed powers, implied powers and inherent powers. Do they all fall under the category of expressed powers?

  70. Government

    Under the federal system, some powers are shared by the state and national governments, while others are limited to either the national government or the states. Which of the following powers are limited to the state government? Select all that apply. * A.

  71. U.S. History

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  72. Social Studies *Check Answers*

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  73. government

    Through the grants of power in the Constitution, the Framers sought to: (Points : 5) define the powers of state governments. create a government in which sovereignty was invested in the national government only. enumerate the rights of individuals. both

  74. U.S. GOVERNMENT

    1)West Virginia has to honor a marriage that was granted in Indiana. A) True B) False 2)The National Government expects the money States receive from grants-in-aid programs to be used for certain items that it approves. A) True B) False 3)The National

  75. U.S. Constitution

    Which statement best describes how states derive powers from the U.S. Constitution? 1. The Constitution does not mention anything about state powers. 2. The Constitution only grants states the power to levy taxes and regulate commerce. 3. The Constiution

  76. Civics

    Which of the following can be said about the powers of the federal government as compared to the powers of the state governments?

  77. Civics ASAP PLZ =:)

    What is one advantage of a confederation over a unitary government? A confederation is less likely to allow the national government to abuse power more likely to collect taxes for national projects more likely to raise a standing, national army for

  78. Government Help Please

    The power to establish local units of government such as counties and to control education are examples of_____ 1)reserved powers 2)delegated powers 3)implied powers 4)inherent powers Please help. thanks

  79. Government

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  80. Civics

    Which of the following are powers that the U.S. government holds because these powers have generally been held by national governments? A. enumerated powers B. implied powers ** C. inherent powers D. prohibited powers

  81. American History

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  82. government

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  83. Constitutions and Government

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  84. Civics

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  85. U.S History - NEED HELP!

    Document F - Source:Richard B. Morris, The Basic Ideas of Alexander Hamilton. (1957). Clash Over States Rights "A firm Union will be of the utmost moment to the peace and liberty of the states, a barrier against domestic faction and insurrection.” (1787)

  86. history

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  87. GOVERNMENT HELP

    I need some expertise help to make sure I got the correct answers. Thanks ahead of time. Next to each of the ten items write STRICT or LIBERAL, depending how the concept relates to the Constitution. 1. State power should be restrained - STRICT? 2. National

  88. Government

    Please check my answer~ What is the key difference between a federal government and a confederate government? A.In a federal government, local governments have the most power. In a confederate government, a central government has the most power. B.In a

  89. civics

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  90. Civics

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  91. History-Ms.Sue

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  92. Civics

    1. Which of the following can be said about the powers of the federal government as compared to the powers of the state governments?

  93. civics

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  94. American History

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  95. english - II

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  96. american Government

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  97. business

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  98. government

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  99. history/how wars affect government power

    Analyze (using specific examples) how America’s wars and national emergencies (World War I, Great Depression, World War II, early Cold War, Vietnam, and 9/11) have prompted the national government to assume larger and larger powers. specifically, How did

  100. U.S History

    In the pledge of allegiance what does and to the republic mean? it refers to the United States of America A republic is: 1 a (1) : a government having a chief of state who is not a monarch and who in modern times is usually a president (2) : a political

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