Make your own free website on Tripod.com

 

Practice Final Exam One Answers (D/1-29-2005)

 

  1. Thomas Jefferson

  2. 1776

  3. 1789

  4. George Washington

  5. James Madison

  6. 1776

  7. John Hanson

  8. Led to the writing of the U.S. Constitution at the Constitutional Convention.

  9. Anti-Federalists

10. Federalists

11. Publius

12. 1789

13. James Madison

14. Marbury v. Madison

15. McCulloch v. Maryland

16. Dred Scott v. San(d)ford

17. 1861 (memorize only 1865 for end of Civil War)

18. Gettysburg Address

19. Abraham Lincoln

20. 1865

21. Zero

22. 1865

23. Outlawed slavery as an economic system.

24. Federalism

25. Concurrent powers

26. Unitary

27. Block grants

28. Revenue sharing

29. 1929

30. the Great Depression which then led to the New Deal

31. Franklin D. Roosevelt

32. Benito Mussolini

33. Adolph Hitler

34. Franklin D. Roosevelt

35. Harry Truman

36. 1945

37. 1945

38. 1945

39. San Francisco

40. New York

41. Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, Kansas

42. Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, Kansas

43. Martin Luther King, Jr.

44. Guatemala

45. 1989

46. Communism

47. Founding Fathers, Framers

48. 1776

49. U.S. Constitution, Federalist Papers, Bill of Rights

50. 1989

51. General, President of the Constitutional Convention, President of the U.S.

52. Ratified after the Constitution

53. Bicameral

54. Reserved

55. Both

56. State

57. Delegated, enumerated, expressed (Which two listed are concurrent? Which three listed are exclusive?)

58. McCulloch v. Maryland

59. Categorical, grants-in-aid, conditional

61. Executive

62. Judicial

63. Legislative

64. U.S. Senate

65. House of Representatives

66. Two years

67. Six years

68. Life, good behavior (may be impeached, tried and removed if convicted)

69. Four years, (maximum of two terms)

70. Veto, pocket veto (President may also decline to sign a bill, but it becomes law anyway, unless this occurs during the

       last ten days Congress is in session)