Government

  1. Government
    What is the role of joint chiefs of staff? A.To serve as objective military advisors B.To manage the executive office of the president << C.To lead the department of Defense << D.To lead the state Department I'm not sure if it's B or C, I do lean more towards C.
  2. History
    Hey I need to know how the government controls oil. Can you help me? It would be huuuuuge help! thx =)
  3. US History
    The Dutch settlement of New Netherland was: A. highly aristocratic with large feudal estates called patroonships B. very successful due to available volunteers who received 50 acres of land for every four adults C. successful from the beginning because the colony's welfare was...
  4. Social Studies
    Asha lives in a nation that has a legislature and a prime minister. Citizens in her country vote in elections to elect their legislative representatives. Then parliament appoints the prime minister. 1: Does Asha's nation have a limited or an unlimited government? - Limited, ...
  5. American Government
    1) Why are independent regulatory commissions considered quasi-legislative? A) They are part of the legislative branch B) The rules and regulations they make have the force of law** C) They are independent of the executive branch but not the legislative branch D) They are ...
  6. Social studies
    Identify which principle of government is expressed in each of the seven excerpts from the Declaration of Independence. Excerpts may express more than one principles.
  7. History
    Can Someone Please Tell Me The Answers!!! course picture Modern US History A-1 SOH Course Links  profile picture Joshua Whitmire Unit 2 Test Unit 2: Immigration and Migration > Unit Assessments 1. Why were many Native Americans opposed to settling in reservations? They ...
  8. social studies
    5, which statement best explains how the conflict over tariff of 1828 was resolved The US Supreme Court ruled against the tariff Daniel Webster gav a speech to the Senate and the tariff was repealed South Carolina passed the nullification Act which canceled the tariff outright...
  9. American government
    How do interest groups typically influence public policy in the judicial branch? A.By paying judges for meetings B. by submitting amiss curiae briefs to the court C. by meeting face to face with legislators D. by contacting the director of public engagement my answer is a
  10. American government
    The equal protection clause of the fourteenth amendment prohibits states from denying "any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws." How does the language of the equal protection clause show intention to safeguard all groups civil liberties? please help
  11. Government
    How many terms can a president serve according to the Constitution? a. one term b. two terms*** c. three terms d. unlimited terms
  12. Government
    Which scenario best illustrates how the power to make treaties in the united states constitution provides for checks and balances among the three branches of government ? A. the president must sign an executive agreement without the senate, but must have approval of the house ...
  13. World history
    How were Native Americans affected by the strategies used by the federal government during western expansion? I need at least three pls. Could one be killing the indians resource(buffalo)
  14. history
    1. Which statement best explains the significance of the signing of the Mayflower Compact? * 5 points A)The colonists swore to survive together or die in North America. B)The colonists agreed to create their own government and to obey its rules. C)The colonists declared their ...
  15. American Government
    1) The Executive Office of the president is commonly called "the president's right arm" because it hosts agencies composed of which of the following? A) congressional leaders from the majority party B) influential members of various political parties C) lobbyists from large ...
  16. HISTORY GOVERNMENT CCA
    what characteritics do bureaucracies share? check all that apply Formal rules generalization clearly defined goals chain of command elected staff which of the following is part of the executive branch bureaucracy? the president's cabinet the congressional budget office the ...
  17. civics
    Research how your local government works. Briefly explain the process to pass a law (usually called an ordinance or code) in your city or county. To introduce the idea in my city or county, first I would ________________________________________​...
  18. American Government
    1) What characteristics do bureaucracies share? Select all that apply. A) formal rules** B) generalized jobs** C) clearly defined goals D) chain of command** E) elected staff 2) Which of the following is part of the executive branch bureaucracy? A) the president's cabinet B) ...
  19. SS
    What natural resource attracted other nations to trade with West and Central Africa beginning around AD 750? A. copper B. silver C. gold** D. salt Which of the following is an example of how people have adapted to the environment of West and Central Africa? A. They do not cut ...
  20. American Government
    I need help on my American Government quiz.. Not looking for answers but for someone to see if mine are right, and if not, to help me out. Thanks! 1. When categorizing the Executive Offices of the President, what can you assume when noting the number of departments devoted to ...
  21. Social Studies
    1.What prompted the call to rewrite the Articles of Confederation? A:The desire to win independence by unifying the nation B:The economic downturn caused by the limitations on the central government C:The need to establish a national court system to deal with uprising colonist...
  22. Government
    Which of the following statements about congress is not true? a.) in the senate, seniority still plays a role as to who is appointed committee chairpeople b.) in the house, rules on debate are more restrictive than in the senate c.) senators have more committee assignments ...
  23. Goverment
    list the advantages and disadvantages of confederal system of government
  24. SS
    help me plzz and ill pay you back 3. All of the following acts were imposed on the colonies by the British EXCEPT (1 point) the Tea Act. the Intolerable Acts .the Salt Act.the Stamp Act. 4. South Carolina responded to the Intolerable Acts by __________. (1 point) holding small...
  25. Social studies homework
    What was one reason of the formation of the Democratic Republican Party? Washington's cabinet members wanted to form a new party to strengthen the federal government. Thomas Jefferson's views clashed with those of Alexander Hamilton. The alien and sedition acts outlined the ...
  26. American Government
    Which statement best explains the oversight function of congressional committees? It protects the president from over​reach by the Senate and the House.​ It is one of the checks the legis​lative branch holds over the execut​ive ...
  27. social studies
    What was the long-term effect of the Magna Carta? a. A weakening of power of feudal lords. B. The surrender of French territory to English rule. C. The rise of strong trading cities . D. The development of more democratic government? WHAT'S THE ANSWER
  28. Government
    What constitutes Congress using their impeachment power on a President of the United States (for example, treason, lying under oath, committing a felony, committing a misdemeanor, or something else?)
  29. Civics
    what does civic mindedness primarily encourage people to do? .to speak their minds about issues honesty .treat other citizens with respect .to pay attention to government affairs .to study the history of the US I don't know this is from connections Academy the civics lesson 13...
  30. American Government
    1. How do parties typically ensure the good performance of their candidates? -They dictate how their candidate governs once he or she is in office. -They make sure their candidates are of good character and are qualified for public office. -They petition to have a ...
  31. social studies
    What allowed settlers to establish a colony in Texas? How did the interaction between the settlers in Texas and the Mexican government develop and change over time? How do you think the perspectives of the Texas settlers and the Mexican government would vary? On what things ...
  32. Math
    What percent of each selling price is the. 10 cents tax collected by the federal government
  33. American Government
    1) Which of the following is a function of the executive branch? A) writing legislation B) administering the law** C) challenging legislation in court D) repealing law 2) Which of the following reasons best explains why Congress enacted the War Powers Resolution in 1973? A) to...
  34. American Government
    What factors influence landmarkers decision to limit the president to two terms via the twenty second amendment? Select all that apply. 1. Franklin Roosevelt ran for and won a third term. 2. George Washington established precedent as a two term President. 3. They felt more ...
  35. CHECK MY ANSWERS American Government
    CHECK my answers. they are all below 1. Which of the following represents one of Congress’s electoral powers? (1 point) The Senate elects a president if the House cannot reach a consensus on a candidate. The House elects a president if no candidate receives a majority of ...
  36. American Government
    6. What is the only official role of the vice president? A. Lead the national committee on the president's party. B. Organize presidential commissions. C. Preside over the Senate. D. Vote in case of a tie in the Supreme Court. 7. What best describes a faithless elector? A. An ...
  37. American Government
    How are the presidents executive powers of clemency an example of checks and balances? a. clemency can overturn federal court decisions*** b. clemency can employ congress to stop the federal courts c. clemency can influence the way the federal courts will rule on a case d. ...
  38. American Government
    Which of the following reasons best explains why congress enacted the war powers resolution in 1973? a. to grant the president unrestricted authority to send troops abroad b. to allow the president unlimited war powers c. funding for the military d. to limit the president's ...
  39. American Government
    How do executive agreements differ from treaties? a. the senate ratifies treaties that were executive agreements from the previous administration b. a treaty requires approval by the senate an executive agreement does not*** c. executive agreements are valid across ...
  40. American Government
    Which of the following is a function of the executive branch? a. writing legislation b. administering the law*** c. challenging legislation in court d. repealing the law
  41. American Government
    What kind of primary does the following scenario describe? A candidate competes in a state’s presidential primary and wins 26 percent of the popular vote. Twenty­six percent of the state’s delegates are officially pledged to vote for that candidate at the national party ...
  42. American Government
    What is the only official role of the vice president? lead the national committee on the president’s party organize presidential commissions preside over the Senate*** vote in case of a tie in the Supreme Court
  43. American Government
    What best describes a faithless elector? an elector who cheated to become an elector an elector who fails to vote an elector who votes for a non­Christian an elector who does not vote for the person who won the state's popular vote***
  44. American Government
    Which is a constitutional qualification to be president? college educated experience in another political field military experience natural-born citizen of the United States***
  45. American Government
    Which president broke the two ­term tradition by running for a third term in 1940? Dwight Eisenhower Herbert Hoover Franklin Roosevelt*** Harry Truman
  46. American Government
    Who counts the Electoral College vote? House of Representatives*** Senate state legislatures Supreme Court
  47. American Government
    What official becomes president if the president and vice president died at the same time? A. Chief Justice. B. President pro tempore of the Senate. C. Secretary of State. D. Speaker of the House of Representatives.***
  48. American Government
    "...in the shadow of the Old State Capitol, where Lincoln once called on a divided house to stand together, where common hopes and common dreams still live, I stand before you today to announce my candidacy for President of the United States. I recognize there is a certain ...
  49. American Government
    "In politics, a political party acts as a 'bonding agent' to ensure the good performance of it's candidates and elected officeholders." USE THE QUOTATION TO ANSWER THE QUESTION 1. How do parties typically ensure the good performance of their candidates? A. They dictate how ...
  50. American Government
    1) Which of the following would be most likely to occur if there were no nominating step in American electoral politics? A) Many people would run and the best, most qualified candidate would win. B) Many people would run and the winner would be elected with a relatively small ...
  51. Social Studies
    Identify central issues explain why the pilgrims government came about and why it's existence was important
  52. English
    roxie 1. Choose the answer that best matches the word in italics. Use context clues to determine the meaning of the word, if necessary. The decorations were reminiscent of autumn leaves. (1 point) leftovers made reminders symbolic 2. Choose the answer that best matches the ...
  53. American government
    Name the two factors that give federal courts jurisdiction over a case?
  54. American Government
    "In politics, a political party acts as a 'bonding agent' to ensure the good performance of it's candidates and elected officeholders." USE THE QUOTATION TO ANSWER THE QUESTION 1. How do parties typically ensure the good performance of their candidates? A. They dictate how ...
  55. Government
    How did those associated with WikiLeaks view Snowden's actions? h t t p : // w w w . business insider . co m / edward- snowden-and -wikileaks - 2014 -1 I was confused after reading this article. Could someone help me briefly summarize ***HOW DID THOSE ASSOCIATED WITH WIKILEAKS...
  56. Government
    1.) How do US government officials, and then individuals like Edward Snowden and those associated with WikiLeaks view Snowden’s actions differently? Why 2.) How has the U.S relationship with Russia been affected by their decision to grant Snowden asylum, especially ...
  57. American Government
    What is the main controversy over citizen requirement for the presidency? A. whether a person is a "natural born citizen". B. whether a person with dual citizenship can be president. C. whether an undocumented citizen can be president. D. whether a person born outside of the ...
  58. Government and politics
    Explain 2 enumerated powers of the president and 2 enumerated powers of congress
  59. Government and politics
    How does making laws to the people make it easjer? THe elastic clause
  60. Government and politics
    In what way do other branches and the public influence the bureaucracy? I need 3 paragraphs
  61. American Government
    How have NATO's operations changed over time ? A.) NATO only directs peacekeeping measures now B.) NATO no longer defends Western Europe C.) NATO has fewer member countries now than when it began D.) NATO's activities now include crisis management and peacekeeping Which of the...
  62. Government
    How does the 3 branches of government influence the bureaucracy?
  63. American Gov.
    In holt vs hobbs what did the supreme court use as a basis for its decision? a. Holt was not a member of a recognized religion. b. the government was preventing Holt from practicing his religion. c. The prison had a compelling interest in facilitating prisoner identification ...
  64. history
    1. Which of the following is necessary to propose a new amendment to the Constitution? (1 point) approval by a popular vote held in every state approval by two­thirds of the House and Senate approval by three quarters of the House and Senate approval by the legislatures in ...
  65. geography
    In 1979, iran's secular government was overthrown during the ? A. Arab-Israeli war B. islamic revolution C. communist revolution D. ottoman empire I honestly have no clue! Thanks!
  66. SS CHECK
    2. What is the purpose of the separation of powers? A) to keep ordinary citizens involved in politics B) to prevent any branch from dominating the government C) to distribute work between state and federal levels of government D) to ensure that every president is supported by ...
  67. SS Check Work
    Asha lives in a nation that has a legislature and a prime minister. Citizens in her country vote in elections to elect their legislative representatives. Then parliament appoints the prime minister. 1. Does Asha's nation have a limited or an unlimited government? A) limited, ...
  68. SS Check Answers
    1. What value in American identity is most fundamental to the U.S. political system? A. indivual rights B. social conformity C. national security D. freedom from rule 2. Why was the Voting Rights Act of 1965 necessary A. Each citezen must be ruled by the same laws. B. Each ...
  69. SOCIAL STUDIES HELP
    Asha lives in a nation that has a legislature and a prime minister. Citizens in her country vote in elections to elect their legislative representatives. Then parliament appoints the prime minister. 1. Does Asha's nation have a limited or an unlimited government? A) limited, ...
  70. american goverment check answers
    6.  In January 2013, the United S​tates officially recognized the gove​rnment of Somalia for the first time since 1991. Which of th​e following is one reason for this​ action? (1 point) to show that the U.S. believes ...
  71. american government
    true or false: the most important source of political values in the united states is probably the family
  72. American government
    I'm writing a paper explaining how the constitution and its european influences support our modern ideas about american citizenship and the rights and responsibilities of being a citizen Can someone help me like give me some ideas I'm stuck on this paper :/
  73. American government
    I really need help with these questions:( if anyone can I'd really appreciate it How have NATO's operations changed over time ? A.) NATO only directs peacekeeping measures now B.) NATO no longer defends Western Europe C.) NATO has fewer member countries now than when it began ...
  74. history
    1: Asha lives in a nation that has a legislature and a prime minister. Citizens in her country vote in elections to elect their legislative representatives. Then parliament appoints the prime minister. Does Asha's nation have a limited or an unlimited government? - limited, ...
  75. social studies
    which two of the following characteristics are necessary for a state to exist? territory** judiciary sovereignty constitution federal system organized government** separation of power
  76. social studies
    1.  How did Washington handle the​war between Britain and France?  ​(1 point) The U.S. formed an alliance with F​rance to fight against Britain. The U.S. formed an alliance with B​ritain to fight against France. The U...
  77. social studies
    Asha lives in a nation that has a legislature and a prime minister. Citizens in her country vote in elections to elect their legislative representatives. Then parliament appoints the prime minister. 1: Does Asha's nation have a limited or an unlimited government? - Limited, ...
  78. HELP HISTORY
    why is the president allowed to appropriate government money in times of disaster? (im not sure of the answer) A) He an gaurantee the government loans to disaster areas B)He can react to emergencies more quickly than congress C)he dos not have the authority to declare federal ...
  79. History
    What is the main reason some people believe there should not be any limits on presidential terms? A. There should be a monarch instead of a president. B. The people should decide how long a president can serve in a democracy.<<<<< C. Presidents get better with ...
  80. social studies
    What is the main idea?: The Persian Gulf War, or Operation Desert Storm, was waged in early 1991 between Iraq and a coalition of thirty-nine nations organized by the Unites States and the United Nations. Leading the coalition were the U.S., France, Great Britain, Egypt, Syria...
  81. Government
    How do party whips influence legislation?? Please help!!
  82. ECONOMICS
    A REPORT ON WHY THE GOVERNMENT OWNS AND CONTROLS ONLY 30% OF THE RESOURCES IN MIXED ECONOMIC SYSTEM
  83. Government
    Labor group: Student labor union (I am in the labor group!) Employer group: Administration of school _____________________________________ Directions: negotiate the student/admin contract (Some of these points from a realistic standpoint I wouldn't agree with but for this ...
  84. Social Studies
    What natural resource attracted other nations to trade with West and Central Africa beginning around AD 750? A. copper B. silver C. gold** D. salt Which of the following is an example of how people have adapted to the environment of West and Central Africa? A. They do not cut ...
  85. Social Studies
    What natural resource attracted other nations to trade with West and Central Africa beginning around AD 750? A. copper B. silver C. gold** D. salt Which of the following is an example of how people have adapted to the environment of West and Central Africa? A. They do not cut ...
  86. Social Studies
    What was the unanswered question of the Nullification Crisis A). does the federal government have absolute power to place traffic as goods? B). does the state have the right to mullfiy other states laws? C). Does the fedrl government or do the states have greater rights and ...
  87. History
    With which other reform leader did W.E.B. Dubois most agree about fighting social injustice? A:Booker T. Washington B:William Jennings Bryan C:Susan B. Anthony*** The Populist Party lost in large in part as a result of? A:Their refusal to endorse William Jennings Bryan B:Their...
  88. AP environmental science
    To raise funds to meet its annual budget, a state government is debating whether to sell a large section of public forest to a logging company. Evaluate this plan in terms of two ecosystem services that the state might gain and two services the state might lose if the forest ...
  89. history
    1.What is a definition of citizenship? A.having been born in a country B.being a full and equal member of a nation C.having pledged to respect and support a government's values D.fulfilling all the responsibilities and having all the rights of living in a society 2.Why do ...
  90. Social Studies
    Our government is divided into three of these.....what
  91. Help on Social Studies please!
    Part A: What is the basic independent unit of world politics? a. country b. province c. nation *** d. organization Part B: Which of the following groups is an example of the basic unit you selected in the previous question? a. people who share a common language b. people who ...
  92. Government
    Which of the following is a true statement about the power of congress? A. Congress may overrule the bill of rights B. Congress may pass any law necessary and proper to carry out it enumerated powers C. Congress may overrule decisions by federal judges D. Congress may override...
  93. african american history
    On what basis were African Americans petitioning the government? 3) What impact did the Revolutionary Period have on African American aspirations for freedom?
  94. social studies grade 8
    1)Why were the Acadians evicted from Canada? A) they had entered the country illegally. B) they sold guns to the Indians to use against the British. C) the openly opposed the British in the French and Indian War. D) they refused to take an oath of allegiance to the British ...
  95. American government
    Explain why a president might make an executive agreement rather than negotiate a formal treaty.
  96. American government
    Why did the office of Vice President become more important with the more responsibility as the twentieth century progressed?
  97. Language Arts
    Please help me with these questions and answer them all if you can. The electoral college determine who becomes president and vice president. each state is given two votes in the college, as well as extra seats based on the states population. what is the purpose of the ...
  98. SS Help
    The US Constitution calls for how many branches of government? Two Three** Four Five
  99. econmics
    below are my answers to the following multplile choice questions, please check and correct me if im wrong, thanks :) 1. Which type of firm is more likely to have its board of directors composed of people from many different nations? Select one: A. Exporter B. Purely domestic C...
  100. American Government
    Give at least two reasons why the Articles of Confederation were inadequate to meet the needs of the time.
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