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IV Which of the following statements about the electoral college is correct? A. Each IV Which of the following statements about the electoral college is correct? A. Each state may split its electoral votes among as many candidates as it wishes. B. Each state is equally represented in the electoral college. C. The electoral college was created by an amendment to the Constitution. D. The results of electoral college voting tend to distort the winner’s margin of victory, when compared to the popular vote for president. E. Each state’s delegation to the electoral college consists of that state’s U. S. senators and representatives.

Which of the following statements about the electoral college is correct? E. Each state’s Which of the following statements about the electoral college is correct? E. Each state’s delegation to the electoral college consists of that state’s U. S. senators and representatives.

IV The president is limited by the 22 nd amendment to… A. one elected IV The president is limited by the 22 nd amendment to… A. one elected term of office. B. two elected terms and two years of the unexpired term of a president. C. no more than six years in office. D. a maximum of 14 years in office. E. 4 terms (no longer than Franklin Roosevelt's presidency).

The president is limited by the 22 nd amendment to… B. two elected terms The president is limited by the 22 nd amendment to… B. two elected terms and two years of the unexpired term of a president.

I Which of the following is an accurate description of the impeachment process, as I Which of the following is an accurate description of the impeachment process, as provided in the Constitution? A. The Senate, by majority vote, may impeach the president. B. The House, by majority vote, may impeach the president, and the Supreme Court tries the accused. C. The Supreme Court tries the president who is accused by the Senate. D. The Judiciary Committee of the Senate impeaches the president, and both houses must vote to uphold the impeachment. E. The House by majority vote may impeach the president, and the Senate tries the accused and may remove him by a 2/3 vote.

Which of the following is an accurate description of the impeachment process, as provided Which of the following is an accurate description of the impeachment process, as provided in the Constitution? E. The House by majority vote may impeach the president, and the Senate tries the accused and may remove him by a 2/3 vote.

IV According to the 25 th amendment, when the office of vice president becomes IV According to the 25 th amendment, when the office of vice president becomes vacant… A. it is not filled until the next presidential election. B. the president nominates a new vice president, who assumes the office when both houses of Congress approve the nomination. C. the Speaker of the House assumes the vice presidency. D. the president pro tem of the Senate assumes the vice presidency. E. a special popular election must be held.

According to the 25 th amendment, when the office of vice president becomes vacant… According to the 25 th amendment, when the office of vice president becomes vacant… B. the president nominates a new vice president, who assumes the office when both houses of Congress approve the nomination.

IV In vetoing a bill, the President does which of the following? A. Rejects IV In vetoing a bill, the President does which of the following? A. Rejects only a part of the bill without rejecting it entirely. B. Prevents any further action on the bill. C. Sends the bill back to the conference committee. D. Rejects all section of the bill. E. Decides the bills constitutionality.

In vetoing a bill, the President does which of the following? D. Rejects all In vetoing a bill, the President does which of the following? D. Rejects all section of the bill.

The line-item veto was found unconstitutional because… A. it gave executive powers to the The line-item veto was found unconstitutional because… A. it gave executive powers to the legislature. B. it gave legislative powers to the bureaucracy. C. it gave legislative powers to the president. D. it delegated too many powers to the states. E. it permitted the Senate to use judicial review to reverse the House of Representatives.

The line-item veto was found unconstitutional because… C. it gave legislative powers to the The line-item veto was found unconstitutional because… C. it gave legislative powers to the president.

IV All of the following are powers are granted to the President by the IV All of the following are powers are granted to the President by the Constitution EXCEPT… A. commissioning officers in the armed forces. B. addressing the Congress on the state of the union. C. receiving ambassadors. D. granting pardons for federal offenses. E. forming new cabinet-level departments.

All of the following are powers are granted to the President by the Constitution All of the following are powers are granted to the President by the Constitution EXCEPT… A. commissioning officers in the armed forces.

I Which powers of the president are specifically mentioned in the Constitution? I. commander I Which powers of the president are specifically mentioned in the Constitution? I. commander of the armed services II. pardons for individuals accused of offenses against the US III. with the advice and consent of the Senate, making treaties and appointments IV. initiation of legislation A. I and II only B. II and III only C. I, II, and III only D. I, II, and IV only E. I, III, and IV

Which powers of the president are specifically mentioned in the Constitution? I. commander of Which powers of the president are specifically mentioned in the Constitution? I. commander of the armed services II. pardons for individuals accused of offenses against the US III. with the advice and consent of the Senate, making treaties and appointments IV. initiation of legislation C. I, II, and III only

I Among the executive branch’s checks on the legislative branch is the president’s power I Among the executive branch’s checks on the legislative branch is the president’s power to… A. call special sessions of Congress. B. introduce bills to the floor of Congress. C. address Congress during its debate on bills. D. vote on acts of Congress. E. disband congressional committees.

Among the executive branch’s checks on the legislative branch is the president’s power to… Among the executive branch’s checks on the legislative branch is the president’s power to… A. call special sessions of Congress.

IV In recent years, presidents have come to rely most heavily on the advice IV In recent years, presidents have come to rely most heavily on the advice of… A. the full cabinet. B. the vice president. C. congressional delegations. D. the White House staff. E. foreign ambassadors.

In recent years, presidents have come to rely most heavily on the advice of… In recent years, presidents have come to rely most heavily on the advice of… D. the White House staff.

V The spoils system of awarding civil service jobs was replaced by the merit V The spoils system of awarding civil service jobs was replaced by the merit system as a result of the… A. Truman Doctrine. B. Fair Labor Standards Act of 1961. C. National Industrial Recovery Act. D. Civil Rights Act of 1964. E. Pendleton Act of 1883.

The spoils system of awarding civil service jobs was replaced by the merit system The spoils system of awarding civil service jobs was replaced by the merit system as a result of the… E. Pendleton Act of 1883.

III An interest group is most likely to have influence in Congress when the III An interest group is most likely to have influence in Congress when the issue at stake… A. is narrow in scope and low in public visibility. B. is part of the president’s legislative package. C. has been dramatized by the media. D. engages legislator’s deeply held convictions. E. divides legislators along party lines.

An interest group is most likely to have influence in Congress when the issue An interest group is most likely to have influence in Congress when the issue at stake… A. is narrow in scope and low in public visibility.

I In which of the following did Congress move to regain powers previously lost I In which of the following did Congress move to regain powers previously lost to the executive branch? A. Budget and Impounding Control Act B. Gramm-Rudman-Hollings Act C. Presidential Disability Act D. Gulf of Tonkin Resolution E. Persian Gulf War Resolution

In which of the following did Congress move to regain powers previously lost to In which of the following did Congress move to regain powers previously lost to the executive branch? A. Budget and Impounding Control Act

V One of the formal tools used by Congress for oversight of the bureaucracy V One of the formal tools used by Congress for oversight of the bureaucracy is… A. the line-item veto. B. authorization of spending. C. impoundment bills. D. private bills. E. senatorial courtesy.

One of the formal tools used by Congress for oversight of the bureaucracy is… One of the formal tools used by Congress for oversight of the bureaucracy is… B. authorization of spending.

IV The Congressional power that has been contested most frequently in the federal courts IV The Congressional power that has been contested most frequently in the federal courts is the power to… A. establish post offices. B. coin money. C. levy taxes. D. regulate commerce with foreign nations. E. regulate interstate-commerce.

The Congressional power that has been contested most frequently in the federal courts is The Congressional power that has been contested most frequently in the federal courts is the power to… E. regulate interstate-commerce.

III Which of the following form an “iron triangle”? A. President, Congress, Supreme Court III Which of the following form an “iron triangle”? A. President, Congress, Supreme Court B. President, House majority leader, Senate majority leader C. Interest group, Senate majority leader, House majority leader D. Executive department, House majority leader, President E. Executive department, Congressional Committee, Interest group

Which of the following form an “iron triangle”? E. Executive department, Congressional Committee, Interest Which of the following form an “iron triangle”? E. Executive department, Congressional Committee, Interest group

I All of the following powers are granted to Congress in the Constitution EXCEPT: I All of the following powers are granted to Congress in the Constitution EXCEPT: A. to recognize foreign government. B. to borrow money. C. to lay and collect taxes. D. to declare war. E. to raise and support an army and navy and make rules for their governance.

All of the following powers are granted to Congress in the Constitution EXCEPT: A. All of the following powers are granted to Congress in the Constitution EXCEPT: A. to recognize foreign government.

I The relationship between Congress and the president was designed by the framers to I The relationship between Congress and the president was designed by the framers to be… A. naturally antagonistic, since both branches serve different constituencies. B. cooperative since both branches need each other to govern. C. an equal relationship in which the executive is superior to Congress because the executive branch initiates law. D. a relationship designed for efficient running of the government.

The relationship between Congress and the president was designed by the framers to be… The relationship between Congress and the president was designed by the framers to be… A. naturally antagonistic, since both branches serve different constituencies.

III The profile of a typical member of Congress tends to confirm the charge III The profile of a typical member of Congress tends to confirm the charge that they are… A. discriminatory against minorities. B. elite. C. mostly from working class backgrounds. D. poorly educated. E. power seekers who often do not serve the needs of their constituents.

The profile of a typical member of Congress tends to confirm the charge that The profile of a typical member of Congress tends to confirm the charge that they are… B. elite.

V The overwhelming majority of the bills introduced in both houses of Congress are… V The overwhelming majority of the bills introduced in both houses of Congress are… A. passed. B. pigeonholed in committee. C. voted down on the floor. D. withdrawn by their author. E. vetoed by the president.

The overwhelming majority of the bills introduced in both houses of Congress are… B. The overwhelming majority of the bills introduced in both houses of Congress are… B. pigeonholed in committee.

IV The principal task of the majority leader in the Senate is to… A. IV The principal task of the majority leader in the Senate is to… A. preside over the entire Senate. B. choose committee chairmen. C. schedule the business of the Senate, in consultation with the minority leader. D. keep a nose count on how voting on a controversial issue is likely to go. E. decide which business goes to committee.

The principal task of the majority leader in the Senate is to… C. schedule The principal task of the majority leader in the Senate is to… C. schedule the business of the Senate, in consultation with the minority leader.

III The filibuster is used most often by… A. Representatives. B. Liberals. C. Conservatives. III The filibuster is used most often by… A. Representatives. B. Liberals. C. Conservatives. D. Southerners. E. Liberals and Conservatives alike.

The filibuster is used most often by… E. Liberals and Conservatives alike. The filibuster is used most often by… E. Liberals and Conservatives alike.

III Member of the House of Representatives from a “safe” district who wanted to III Member of the House of Representatives from a “safe” district who wanted to increase his or her influence in Congress would be best advised to seek appointment to which of the following committees? A. Agriculture B. Banking, Finance, and Urban Affairs C. Ways and Means D. Small Business E. Veterans’ Affairs

Member of the House of Representatives from a “safe” district who wanted to increase Member of the House of Representatives from a “safe” district who wanted to increase his or her influence in Congress would be best advised to seek appointment to which of the following committees? C. Ways and Means

If one congressional district in a state has three times the population of another If one congressional district in a state has three times the population of another district in the state, the problem is referred to as… A. gerrymandering. B. cloture. C. pork-barreling. D. malapportionment. E. the iterative factor.

If one congressional district in a state has three times the population of another If one congressional district in a state has three times the population of another district in the state, the problem is referred to as… A. gerrymandering.

II The most important factor that influences congressional staff as they work with proposed II The most important factor that influences congressional staff as they work with proposed legislation is… A. party interests. B. the merits and problems of bills as considered objectively. C. the interests of his or her employer. D. the view of the chairman of the committee to which the bill is assigned. E. the interests of his or her state or district.

The most important factor that influences congressional staff as they work with proposed legislation The most important factor that influences congressional staff as they work with proposed legislation is… C. the interests of his or her employer.

III Over the past 30 years the relationship between the media and government officials III Over the past 30 years the relationship between the media and government officials has grown more and more… A. friendly. B. adversarial. C. intermittent. D. purposeful. E. independent.

Over the past 30 years the relationship between the media and government officials has Over the past 30 years the relationship between the media and government officials has grown more and more… B. adversarial.

IV Which of the following is the primary responsibility of Congress? A. enforcing the IV Which of the following is the primary responsibility of Congress? A. enforcing the administrative decisions of the bureaucracy. B. selecting the head of the executive branch of government. C. policymaking. D. enforcing decisions made in the executive and judicial branches. E. cooperating with interest groups.

Which of the following is the primary responsibility of Congress? C. policymaking. Which of the following is the primary responsibility of Congress? C. policymaking.

IV The most important consideration in determining who will fill committee chairmanships in Congress IV The most important consideration in determining who will fill committee chairmanships in Congress is… A. loyalty to party leaders. B. knowledge of subject matter. C. seniority on the committee. D. geographic region. E. popularity with fellow committee members.

The most important consideration in determining who will fill committee chairmanships in Congress is… The most important consideration in determining who will fill committee chairmanships in Congress is… C. seniority on the committee.

V When the Senate and the House of Representatives pass different versions of a V When the Senate and the House of Representatives pass different versions of a bill, it is generally referred to… A. a select committee. B. a conference committee. C. a standing committee. D. the president. E. the Speaker of the House and the president pro tempore.

When the Senate and the House of Representatives pass different versions of a bill, When the Senate and the House of Representatives pass different versions of a bill, it is generally referred to… B. a conference committee.

II The chief function of the Congressional committee system is to… A. investigate members II The chief function of the Congressional committee system is to… A. investigate members of the other branches and bring indictments for wrongdoing. B. impeach members of the federal judiciary. C. study proposed legislation by giving citizens and groups an opportunity to be heard. D. communicate the views of Congress to the executive branch. E. counterbalance the power of the Speaker and the president pro tempore.

The chief function of the Congressional committee system is to… C. study proposed legislation The chief function of the Congressional committee system is to… C. study proposed legislation by giving citizens and groups an opportunity to be heard.

V Committees of Congress can perform all of the following EXCEPT: A. bring criminal V Committees of Congress can perform all of the following EXCEPT: A. bring criminal charges against members of Congress who violate criminal laws while serving as members of Congress. B. hold hearings to gather information on pending bills. C. hold hearings on presidential nominations. D. hold on-site-investigations on issues which affect pending legislation. E. grant immunity from prosecution to persons who might have violated criminal laws.

Committees of Congress can perform all of the following EXCEPT: A. bring criminal charges Committees of Congress can perform all of the following EXCEPT: A. bring criminal charges against members of Congress who violate criminal laws while serving as members of Congress.

III Which of the following statements accurately reflects the party make up of Congress III Which of the following statements accurately reflects the party make up of Congress since the New Deal era? A. Control of Congress has been shared about equally by Republicans and Democrats in both houses. B. The Democrats have tended to dominate the House, the Republicans the Senate. C. The Republicans have tended to dominate the House, the Democrats the Senate. D. The Republicans have controlled both houses throughout most of the era. E. The Democrats have controlled both houses.

Which of the following statements accurately reflects the party make up of Congress since Which of the following statements accurately reflects the party make up of Congress since the New Deal era? B. The Democrats have tended to dominate the House, the Republicans the Senate.

VI The “one man, one vote” principle established by the Supreme Court in 1964 VI The “one man, one vote” principle established by the Supreme Court in 1964 addressed the issue of… A. malapportionment. B. gerrymandering. C. marginality. D. franking privileges. E. filibustering.

The “one man, one vote” principle established by the Supreme Court in 1964 addressed The “one man, one vote” principle established by the Supreme Court in 1964 addressed the issue of… B. gerrymandering.

IV A “Christmas Tree” bill… A. has non-germane amendments and is commonly used in IV A “Christmas Tree” bill… A. has non-germane amendments and is commonly used in the Senate. B. has non-germane amendments and is allowed only in the House. C. has many amendments, but most are germane. D. is very detailed in what is required of bureaucratic agencies.

A “Christmas Tree” bill… A. has non-germane amendments and is commonly used in the A “Christmas Tree” bill… A. has non-germane amendments and is commonly used in the Senate.

VI In the Constitution, the concept of equal protection of the law is referred VI In the Constitution, the concept of equal protection of the law is referred to in… A. the preamble. B. the 2 nd, 4 th, and 6 th amendments. C. Article III D. the 5 th and 14 th amendment. E. Article IV

In the Constitution, the concept of equal protection of the law is referred to In the Constitution, the concept of equal protection of the law is referred to in… D. the 5 th and 14 th amendment.

VI The Bill of Rights is significant influence on state actions with the Adoption VI The Bill of Rights is significant influence on state actions with the Adoption of the: A. 14 th amendment. B. Clear-and-present danger test by the Supreme Court. C. Espionage and Sedition Act of 1917 D. Smith Act of 1940 E. Hatch Act.

The Bill of Rights is significant influence on state actions with the Adoption of The Bill of Rights is significant influence on state actions with the Adoption of the: A. 14 th amendment.

VI The First Amendment explicitly mentions all of the following except: A. freedom of VI The First Amendment explicitly mentions all of the following except: A. freedom of speech. B. freedom of the press. C. free exercise of religion. D. the prohibition of any law respecting an establishment of religion. E. requirement for separation of church and state.

The First Amendment explicitly mentions all of the following except: E. requirement for separation The First Amendment explicitly mentions all of the following except: E. requirement for separation of church and state.

VI States are prohibited from depriving persons of life, liberty, or property, without due VI States are prohibited from depriving persons of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law, in the: A. Judiciary Act of 1789. B. Fifth Amendment to the Constitution. C. Prologue to the Constitution. D. Fourteenth Amendment. E. Marbury v. Madison case.

States are prohibited from depriving persons of life, liberty, or property, without due process States are prohibited from depriving persons of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law, in the: D. Fourteenth Amendment.

VI Which of the following rights did women gain as a result of the VI Which of the following rights did women gain as a result of the 19 th Amendment? A. equal pay. B. equal chance to be drafted by the military. C. equal access to education. D. equal job opportunities. E. right to vote.

Which of the following rights did women gain as a result of the 19 Which of the following rights did women gain as a result of the 19 th Amendment? E. right to vote.