POL 201 - POL 201 WEEK 2 QUIZ
Question 1. The national government can attempt to gain the cooperation of state governments by using what type of coercive measures?
Question 2. The Tenth Amendment balances out national authority by
Question 3. A presidential veto of a bill can be overridden by what percentage vote of all members of Congress?
Question 4. Which legislative act is a good example of intergovernmental relations that are the hallmark of Cooperative Federalism?
Question 5. The principal powers of Congress include all except
Question 6. If the President requests a Congressional authorization for the use of force, Congress
Question 7. In federalism, the national government
Question 8. John C. Calhoun proposed the following to assert states’ right:
Question 9. When Congress prepares a budget
Question 10. A unitary system of government has some advantages compared to a federal system. Which of these choices is NOT an advantage of a unitary system of government?
Question 11. A congressional whip is a floor leader that gauges support for bills and tries to enforce party discipline in accordance with a political agenda.
Question 12. True or False: Gerrymandering occurs when a district is intentionally configured to equalize the influence of all component groups and to guarantee that certain representatives keep their seats.
Question 13. Under a Home Rule Charter, local authority is
Question 14. Congressional staff have an important role in Congress because
Question 15. On average, running for a seat in the House of Representatives costs around $100,000.