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Const.Part2 test review

What are the 2 houses of Congress? Senate & House of Representatives
If the President vetoes a bill, he is checking which branch of government? legislative branch
If the Supreme Court rules that a law passed by Congress is unconstitutional, which branch is being checked? legislative branch
If the Congress approves the President's appointment to the Supreme Court, they are checking which branch? executive branch
Which role means the President campaigns for others in his political party? Party Chief
Which role means the President can do ceremonial duties like throw out the first pitch in a game? Head of State
Which role means the President can send troops into war? Commander in Chief
Which role means the President meets with leaders of foreign nations? Chief Diplomat
Which role means the President works to try and pass new laws? Legislative Leader
Which role means the President can create a budget and stimulus programs? Economic Chief
If something were to happen to the President & the Vice President, who takes over? Speaker of the House
What are duties of a citizen required by law? pay taxes, go to school, jury duty, obey laws, boys register for draft
What are the 5 freedoms protected in the 1st amendment? religion, assembly, press, petition, speech
Declaration or Constitution? Written in 1776 Declaration
Declaration or Constitution? James Madison Constitution
Declaration or Constitution? Pursuit of happiness Declaration
Declaration or Constitution? Thomas Jefferson Declaration
Declaration or Constitution? Separation of Powers Constitution
Declaration or Constitution? No taxation without representation Declaration
Created by: LindaScherrer
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