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american republic 7

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What is a section of land six miles square? Township
Freedom to stockpile goods temporarily at a foreign location. Right of Deposit
The giving of formal approval to certain documents. Ratification
Charge on imported goods. Tariff
Count of the population Census
Guarantees added to the Constitution. Bill of Rights
Plan that created only a legislative body for governing the nation. Articles of Confederation
Chairman of the Constitutional Convention George Washington
First paragraph of the Constitution Preamble
What could the Confederation Congress not do? Enforce its laws Tax Couldn't regulate trade Couldn't contain money
What article discusses the legislative branch? Article 1
What articles discusses the executive branch? Article 2
What article discusses the judicial branch? Article 3
What amendments 1-10 are commonly called? Bill of Rights
Minimum age for president 35
Who serves life terms? Judges
Who serves a 6-year term? Senator
Who serves a 2-year term? Representative
Which branch enforces the laws? executive
Which branch makes the laws? legislative
Which branch interprets the laws? judicial
The five freedoms are Amendment 1
Who is the head of the senate? Vice President
Who/What can vetor a bill that passes Congress? The President
What is the name of the 2-house legislative system? Bicameral
What is another name for hte "necessary and proper" clause? Elastic Clause
Correct order of Presidential succession. Vice President Speaker of the House President pro tempore Cabinet in order
How many of the thirteen states had to ratify the Constitution to start the new form of government? 9
Who/What has the sole power of impeachment (the filing of charges against a major federal official)? House of Representatives
Created by: lydiajhille
 

 



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