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1) C, John Locke
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2) B, Mayflower Compact
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3) A, popular sovereignty
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4) C. concurrent powers
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5) D. public acts.
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6) D. cloture
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7) A. Speaker
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8) A. censure
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9) D. House Ways and Means Committee.
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10) B. committees
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11) b. president.
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12) c. Bureaucrats
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13) A. new legislation and the budget.
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14) C. federal agency, client group, congressional committee
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15) a. executive privilege.
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16) B. Amicus Curie
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sorry i meant C, Amicus Curie
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17) D. as appeals from lower courts.
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18) C. confirmation power
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20) B. Articles of Confederation.
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25) Entitlements such as Social Security payments are promised by law. It would require an act of congress to change the amount spent by the government.
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26) 1. Whatever the people want it goes thorough the federal bureacacy first 2. They fight for the laws of the people to shape the laws through congress and specialinterest
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27) Two actions Congress could take to undo a Supreme Court ruling that a federal law is unconstitutional are: Taking a vote among all Congress, or doing a referendum. The advantage is that hopefully the desire of the people will be represented. However, a disadvantage is that other interests could take place
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