Which Article explains who carries out/ execute/enforces the laws?
What is the most common way of amending the Constitution?
Which article of the U.S. Constititution explains that the Constitution is the highest law of our land and states can't make laws that contradict it. Known as the Supremacy Clause.
Which branch of Congress has proportional representation based on population?
Which part of Congress is comprised of two Senators per state?
What is a republic?
Which group believed in a strong national (federal) government?
Which group believed in protecting the rights of the people and the state governments?
Which group wanted the Bill of Rights added before they would ratify the Constitution?
Powers held by both the state and federal governments, such as the power to tax and set up courts are known as_______________________.
Powers only the the state governments,have are known as_______________________.
Powers only the national (federal) governments have are known as_______________________.
Article IV-4 of the Constitution explains the relationship between the states and the ____________________________
What does the term veto mean?