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Midterm Review III

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Powers listed in the Constitution as limited to the state governments Reserved
Article of the Constitution concerning how to amend the Constitution Five
Powers listed in the Constitution that are shared by both the national and state governments Concurrent
Powers listed in the Constitution that the national and state governments may not do Denied
Article of the Constitution dealing with the Executive Branch Two
Article of the Constitution dealing with the States Four
A form of democracy in which power is vested in representatives selected by means of popular competitive elections Republic
Powers listed in the Constitution as delegated to the National Government Enumerated
A term used to describe a political system in which the people rule either directly or indirectly Democracy
Article of the Constitution concerning the Legislative Branch One
A closed meeting of the members of a political party to decide upon questions of policy and the selection of candidates for office Caucus
An election used to fill an elective office General
Article of the Constitution dealing with the Judicial Branch Three
An election prior to the general election in which voters select the candidates who will run on each party's ticket Primary
A formal assembly or meeting of members, representatives, or delegates of a political party to select their candidates for the presidency and vice presidency Convention
Created by: betsynewmark