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Political Science Quiz:  Pages 838 and 814-815  (S.6)




MULITIPLE CHOICE: On your Scranton sheet use #2 pencil to fill in thoroughly

the letter of the single best choice.  YOU MAY MARK ON THIS SHEET, BUT




51/141. Where is the headquarters of the United States government? (p. 838)

A.      Downtown Los Angeles

B.      Washington D.C.

C.      California

D.   Sacramento

52 /142. What is another name for the national government? (p. 838)

A.      Municipal government

B.      Federal government

C.      County government

D.      District government

53/143. What are the 5 levels of government? (p. 838)

A.      Legislative, executive, city, state, federal

B.      Federal, state, county, city, special district

C.      Confederation, special district, unitary, municipal, judiciary

D.      Congress, state legislative, city council, supreme court, governor

54/144. Which is included in local government? (p. 838)

A.      Federal, state, special district

B.      Executive, judicial, legislative

C.      County, city, special district

D.      National government, and central government

55/145. What most clearly refers to the level of government of which there are 50 parts? (p. 836)

A.      State level

B.      Legislative branch

C.      Federal level

D.      Executive branch

56/146. Which is in the legislative branch at the state level in California? (p. 836)

A.      Assembly

B.      House of  Representatives

C.      Congress

D.      Speaker of the House

57/147. Which  are the two parts Congress? (p. 836)

A.      Congressmen and Congresswomen

B.      U.S Senate and State Senate

C.      Legislative and Executive

D.      U.S. Senate and House of Representatives

58/148. Who makes the laws of the United States? (p. 814)

A.      Congress

B.      U.S. Senators

C.      House of  Representatives

              D.   Senate and Assembly

59/149. What are the powers of both the U.S. Senate and U.S. House of Representatives? (p .814)

A.      Sign bills into laws

B.      Appointments, ratify treaties, try impeached president, federal judges and justices

C.      Pass laws, declare war, propose Constitutional amendments, provide services to constituents

D.      Begin, tax and spending bills  and impeachment proceedings

60/150. Who is the person closest  in line to become U.S President? (p. 815)

A.      U.S. Senator

B.      Assembly member

C.      Speaker of House

D.     Congressman or Congresswoman