Expressed, Implied, or Inherent Power?

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Expressed, Implied, or Inherent Power?
In the blank provided, write in the type of power that is illustrated.
_______________1. Borrowing money on the credit of the United States
_______________2. Determining American citizenship
_______________3. Building hydro-electric dams
_______________4. Declaring war on another country
_______________5. Maintaining a navy
_______________6. Maintaining relations with another nation-state
_______________7. Coining money
_______________8. Passing laws that every person in country must obey
_______________9. Creating national education programs
_______________10. Building post offices and post roads
_______________11. Guarding borders
_______________12. Maintaining an air force
_______________13. Creating patents and copyrights
_______________14. Printing paper money
_______________15. Inspecting meat packaging plants throughout country
_______________16. Outlawing counterfeiting of money
_______________17. Creating interstate speed limits
_______________18. Enacting federal taxes
_______________19. Creating an army
_______________20. Creating the Social Security program
Relationship between the National Government and the States
Place a checkmark beside each of the items below that the national government must guarantee to every
state according to the Constitution.
_____1. a republican form of government
_____8. at least one national park
_____2. free public schools
_____9. protection against foreign invasion
_____3. territorial integrity
_____10. representation in both houses of the United
States Congress
_____4. protection against domestic violence
_____11. clean air and water
_____5. an equal share of all funds spent by the
national government
_____12. permanent protection by a national police
force
_____6. a bicameral legislature
_____13. equal representation in the U.S. Senate
_____7. recognition of a state’s legal existence and
physical boundaries
_____14. help in putting down riots if requested by the
state government
The First 25 Amendments to the Constitution
Choose the correct amendment number from the list on the right to match with the statement of content on the left.
Write the number of the amendment into the proper space in the answer box below. If you match the statements and
amendments correctly, the total of the number will be the same in each of the rows across and down. The diagonals will
also total the same amount.
Statements:
Amendments:
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1 Amendment
nd
2 Amendment
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3 Amendment
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4 Amendment
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5 Amendment
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6 Amendment
th
7 Amendment
th
8 Amendment
th
9 Amendment
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10 Amendment
th
11 Amendment
th
12 Amendment
th
13 Amendment
th
14 Amendment
th
15 Amendment
th
16 Amendment
th
17 Amendment
th
18 Amendment
th
19 Amendment
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20 Amendment
st
21 Amendment
nd
22 Amendment
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23 Amendment
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24 Amendment
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25 Amendment
st
Unlisted rights
Quartering of troops
Limitation on Presidential terms
Income tax
Right of any race to vote
Right to bear arms
Repeal of Prohibition
Presidential and Congressional terms begin Jan. 20
Citizenship defined
No excessive punishment
Presidential disability
Right of any sex to vote
Prohibition of slavery
Trial by jury in civil suits
Freedom of speech and press protected
Prohibition
Changes in Electoral System process
Right to a speedy and public trial
Criminal proceedings- no double jeopardy
Right to vote without paying a poll tax
Suits against the states
Powers reserved to states
Searches and seizures
D.C. right to vote in Presidential elections
Popular election of Senators
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
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