Whether you’re just trying to brush up on some politics around the globe or you’re an American trying to understand your country a little bit more, this American Government Quiz Unit 2 will determine whether or not you know your stuff already. What do you know about the US Government?
Questions and Answers
Those powers, expressed, implied, or inherent, granted to the National Government by the constitiution
Divisions of power
The basic principle of federalism; the constitutional provisions by which governmental powers are divided on a geographic basis is what?
Introduction to the constitution is the _______
Bill of Rights
Rule of Law
The ________ is when the power of courtsto determine if what the government does is in accord with what the constitution provides
System of overlapping the powers of the legislative executive and judicial branches to permit each branch to check the actions of the other
To declare illegal, null and void, of no force and effort
Rule of law
:) dont choose me!
Basic principle of american system of government, that the executive, legislative and judicial powers are divided amoung three independent and co equal branches of governtment
Speration of powers
Division of powers
Concept that holds thatgovernment and its officers are always subject to the law
Rule of law
Bill of Rights are...
Numbered sections of a document, unamended constitution has 7 articles
In this End of Course test, we’ll be seeing if you’ve been paying close attention in class when it comes to American Government. Do you know all about how the USA is being run? Let’s find out as you get...
Questions: 40 | Attempts: 16499 | Last updated: Mar 22, 2022
Which of these is the main function of the legislative branch?
This quiz will test your basic knowledge of our government and the history of the U.S. Some questions were taken from tests that are used everyday like the government naturalization exams, History 101 tests etc..
Questions: 16 | Attempts: 7663 | Last updated: Mar 21, 2022
Which of the following are the inalienable rights
referred to in the Declaration of Independence?