Political Science : Congress shall have the power to ‘borrow money

Subject: Political Science    / General Political Science
Question
1.
Congress shall have the power to ‘borrow money on the credit of the United States; To
regulate Commerce with foreign Nations, and among the several States, and with the Indian
Tribes; To establish a uniform Rule of Naturalization, and uniform Laws on the subject of
Bankruptcies throughout the United States; To coin Money, regulate the Value thereof, and of
foreign Coin, and fix the Standard of Weights and Measures; To establish Post Offices and Post
Roads; To promote the Progress of Science and useful Arts, by securing for limited Times to
Authors and Inventors the exclusive Right to their respective Writings and Discoveries; To
constitute Tribunals inferior to the supreme Court……;’
This passage is from:
A.
The A.O.C
B.
Article III, U.S. Constitution
C.
Article I, Section 8, U.S. Constitution
D.
The Commerce Clause
E.
Article II, Section 2, U.S. Constitution
2.
Federalism is effectively explained in
A.
Article I, Section 8, U.S. Constitution
B.
Article II, Section 5, U.S. Constitution
C.
The 10th Amendment, U.S. Constitution
D.
Article 19, A.O.C.
E.
The Elastic Clause, U.S. Constitution
The four major federal court cases
3.
The four major court cases in the 19th century which established the dominant
interpretation of federalism in the U.S. government included _________v. ________, 1819, the
________ _______ v.________ case, 1857, the ________ _______ _______, 1875, and the
________v. ________case, 1896.
4.
The _________ __________, in Article VI, Section 2, is the primary expression of the
power of the national government versus state government, and the __________ _________ in
the 10th amendment is the most important statement of the power of the state government.
5.
The President retains the power of pardons, Congress retains the power of the budget, and
the Courts retain the power of ________ _______ of all laws passed, in considering federal
authority each branch has that is not based on checks and balances from the other branches.
6.
A _____ __ ____ _____, based on English _______ ______, is a fundamental freedom of
American citizens and residents used to bring a prisoner, or other person detained, before a judge
to determine if the person’s arrest, imprisonment or detention is lawful.
7.
Some of the new Executive Orders of President Trump are being challenged in court.
Through the power of _______ ______, as established in 1803, the federal court has the
authority to adjudicate such challenges.
8.
Based on your class notes, under the U.S. Constitution, every President has tried to
________ his own version of __________ while in office. 9.
___________ by the federal government when a state has authority in a situation, is
generally based on both branches of government having __________ _______ over an area of
government.
10.
_________, whether through categorical grants, ______ _______, or revenue sharing,
remains the federal government’s most powerful tool in controlling ______________.