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Federalism in the United States: Quiz

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Question 1: The rebellion was fueled by a poor economy that was created, in part, by the inability of the federal government to deal effectively with the debt from the ________.
MassachusettsAmerican RevolutionUnited States ConstitutionUnited States

Question 2: President ________'s New Deal policies reached into the lives of U.S.
John F. KennedyHarry S. TrumanLyndon B. JohnsonFranklin D. Roosevelt

Question 3: Federalism in the United States is the evolving relationship between ________ governments and the federal government of the United States.
MassachusettsColoradoConnecticutU.S. state

Question 4: ________
Tenth Amendment to the United States ConstitutionPreamble to the United States ConstitutionTwenty-first Amendment to the United States ConstitutionFifth Amendment to the United States Constitution

Question 5: Many Republicans who favor a smaller federal role in education, including Governor ________ of Utah, vehemently oppose the legislation.
Clark T. Randt, Jr.Jon Huntsman, Jr.George H. W. BushJ. Stapleton Roy

Question 6: The question was answered particularly in the cases, ________ and Gibbons v. Ogden, which broadly expanded the power of the national government.
John MarshallJoseph StoryMcCulloch v. MarylandUnited States Constitution

Question 7: The movement reached its zenith with the election of an overtly Federalist President, ________.
Martin Van BurenThomas JeffersonBenjamin FranklinJohn Adams

Question 8: Public works laws, including ________
New townEminent domainApartmentTower block

Question 9: Leading Federalists tended to be (or be sympathetic to) merchants, traders, craftsmen and ________, and capital-holders.
EngineeringTechnologyManufacturingBiotechnology

Question 10: President ________ (1993-2001) embraced this philosophy, and President George W. Bush (2001-2009) appeared to support it at the time of his inauguration.
Bill ClintonEd RendellAl GoreHoward Dean







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