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QUESTION 1
Alexander Hamilton was a leading anti-Federalist and critic of the new presidency
True
False
2 points
QUESTION 2
Under the Constitution, the president and the Congress share the power to “declare war”:
True
False
2 points
QUESTION 3
The Constitution provides that the Senate can override a presidential pardon by a 2/3 vote
True
False
2 points
QUESTION 4
The president’s power of the veto is found in Article I of the Constitution.
True
False
2 points
QUESTION 5
While presidents appoint Supreme Court justices, Governor Besehear appoints judges to the tthe federal district courts that are in Kentucky
True
False
2 points
QUESTION 6
Under the original Constitution, presidents could serve an unlimited number of terms.
True
False
2 points
QUESTION 7
Federal judges have liftetime appointments.
True
False
2 points
QUESTION 8
Under the Constitution, states are required to hold popular elections in order to award their electoral votes.
True
False
2 points
QUESTION 9
The President Pro Tempore  is the most powerful member of the United States Senate.
True
False
2 points
QUESTION 10
The Constitution requires the president to deliver an annual speech to Congress, the “State of the Union”.
True
False
2 points
QUESTION 11
The Speaker of the House  is the most powerful member of the House of Representatives.
True
False
2 points
QUESTION 12
If the House and Senate pass slightly different versions of a bill, both versions go to the president who then decides which, if either, version he wants to sign.
True
False
2 points
QUESTION 13
A 2/3 positive vote is required for the Senate to ratify treaties.
True
False
2 points
QUESTION 14
Proportionally speaking, the Electoral College favors the larger states.
True
False
2 points
QUESTION 15
The president can negotiate and sign treaties on behalf of the United States, although those treaties require Senate ratification.
True
False
2 points
QUESTION 16
The president, as commander-in-chief, has the authority to fire military officers, including top-ranking generals.
True
False
2 points
QUESTION 17
Committee Chairs in the House of Representatives are evenly split between the two parties.
True
False
2 points
QUESTION 18
Proposed legislation typically goes through the Rules Committee in the House of Representatives, but not in the Senate.
True
False
2 points
QUESTION 19
The Electoral College is still part of the U.S. Constitution.
True
False
2 points
QUESTION 20
The Constitution gives the federal government authority over the nation’s postal system.
True
False
2 points
QUESTION 21
Explain the importance of party control in Congress.
5 points
QUESTION 22
Discuss briefly the main powers Congress is given under Article I, Section 8 of the Constitution.
5 points
QUESTION 23
Briefly outline the leadership positions in both houses of Congress.
5 points
QUESTION 24
What are the Vice-President’s constitutional roles and powers?
5 points
QUESTION 25
Please discuss the creation of the presidency at the Constitutional Convention.  What were the major issues and how were they resolved?   Under the Constitution, what are the powers, duties and responsibilities of the president?   Be thorough, specific and detailed.
20 points
QUESTION 26
Please discuss in detail the process of a bill becoming a law.  Be very thorough and detailed.

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