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civics study stack 2


A government with no social class. Socialist
Government ruled by royalty (like a King) monarchy
Absence of government (this is not a type of gov’t; it is a lack of gov’t) Anarchy
A government whose power is divided between national and state levels; US has enumerated and implied powers; NC has reserved powers; they both share concurrent powers Federalism
Powers WRITTEN in the US Constitution that Congress (the federal government) has...Ex: declare war, coin money, establish military, collect taxes, etc. Enumerated powers (delegated/expressed)
Powers NOT WRITTEN in the US Constitution that Congress has; Congress has the power to do anything necessary and proper to carry out their enumerated powers (Ex: draft for the military; establish a Federal Reserve for money) Implied Powers (Necessary and Proper Clause/Elastic Clause)
Powers that states have that ARE NOT in the US Constitution; this comes from the 10th amendment (Ex: education, Reserved Powers
Powers shared by federal and state governments at the same time (Ex: taxes, courts) Concurrent Powers
Rules or policies that govern a territory and are meant to keep order Laws/legislation
Laws passed by legislative bodies (US Congress, NC General Assembly, Clinton City Council, Sampson County Commissioners) Statutory laws
Created by: rhernande