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Test Bank For American Government and Politics Today, Enhanced Brief 11th Edition

Test Bank For American Government and Politics Today, Enhanced Brief 11th Edition

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Test Bank For American Government and Politics Today, Enhanced Brief 11th Edition

Chapter 4

1. What happened to abortions when the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade?

  a.  Abortions were made illegal in the United States.

  b.  The president was given the power to determine eligibility for abortions.

  c.  The authority to regulate abortion was placed in the hands of each state.

  d.  Abortions were made legal only in the first trimester of the pregnancy.

ANSWER:   c

POINTS:   1

DIFFICULTY:   Moderate

REFERENCES:   The Constitutional Bases of Our Liberties

QUESTION TYPE:   Multiple Choice

HAS VARIABLES:   False

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:   4.3.4 – Critique the Supreme Court’s ability to make decisions on issues of national importance.

OTHER:   BLOOM’S: Apply

TX GOVT 2305 LO: 7.

TX GOVT 2305 LO NARRATIVE: Describe the rights and responsibilities of citizens.

TEXAS CORE COMPETENCY: Social Responsibility (SR)

TEXAS CORE COMPETENCY NARRATIVE: intercultural competence, knowledge of civic responsibility, and the ability to engage effectively in regional, national, and global communities

A-HEAD: The Constitutional Bases of Our Liberties

DATE CREATED:   10/25/2022 2:30 AM

DATE MODIFIED:   10/25/2022 2:32 AM

2. What is a court order to bring a prisoner before the court called?

  a.  bill of attainder

  b.  writ of habeas corpus

  c.  ex post facto law

  d.  writ of incorporation

ANSWER:   b

POINTS:   1

DIFFICULTY:   Easy

REFERENCES:   The Constitutional Bases of Our Liberties

QUESTION TYPE:   Multiple Choice

HAS VARIABLES:   False

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:   4.3.1 – Explain the principal function of the court on each tier of the federal court system.

OTHER:   BLOOM’S: Remember/Understand

TX GOVT 2305 LO: 7.

TX GOVT 2305 LO NARRATIVE: Describe the rights and responsibilities of citizens.

TEXAS CORE COMPETENCY: Social Responsibility (SR)

TEXAS CORE COMPETENCY NARRATIVE: intercultural competence, knowledge of civic responsibility, and the ability to engage effectively in regional, national, and global communities

A-HEAD: The Constitutional Bases of Our Liberties

DATE CREATED:   10/25/2022 2:33 AM

DATE MODIFIED:   10/25/2022 2:35 AM

3. As originally presented in the Constitution, which statement about the Bill of Rights is true?

  a.  It only limited the power of the national government, not that of the states.

  b.  It protected citizens from all forms of government.

  c.  It only limited the power of state governments.

  d.  It contained no language on religion.

ANSWER:   a

POINTS:   1

DIFFICULTY:   Moderate

REFERENCES:   The Constitutional Bases of Our Liberties

QUESTION TYPE:   Multiple Choice

HAS VARIABLES:   False

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:   9.1.1 – Explain the role of the Bill of Rights.

OTHER:   BLOOM’S: Apply

TX GOVT 2305 LO: 7.

TX GOVT 2305 LO NARRATIVE: Describe the rights and responsibilities of citizens.

TEXAS CORE COMPETENCY: Social Responsibility (SR)

TEXAS CORE COMPETENCY NARRATIVE: intercultural competence, knowledge of civic responsibility, and the ability to engage effectively in regional, national, and global communities

A-HEAD: The Constitutional Bases of Our Liberties

DATE CREATED:   10/25/2022 2:35 AM

DATE MODIFIED:   10/25/2022 2:37 AM

4. What is a law that inflicts punishment without a trial?

  a.  bill of attainder

  b.  ex post facto law

  c.  writ of habeas corpus

  d.  free exercise clause

ANSWER:   a

POINTS:   1

DIFFICULTY:   Easy

REFERENCES:   The Constitutional Bases of Our Liberties

QUESTION TYPE:   Multiple Choice

HAS VARIABLES:   False

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:   9.1.1 – Explain the role of the Bill of Rights.

OTHER:   Bloom’s: Remember/Understand

TX GOVT 2305 LO: 7.

TX GOVT 2305 LO NARRATIVE: Describe the rights and responsibilities of citizens.

TEXAS CORE COMPETENCY: Social Responsibility (SR)

TEXAS CORE COMPETENCY NARRATIVE: intercultural competence, knowledge of civic responsibility, and the ability to engage effectively in regional, national, and global communities

A-HEAD: The Constitutional Bases of Our Liberties

DATE CREATED:   10/25/2022 2:37 AM

DATE MODIFIED:   10/25/2022 2:39 AM

5. In 1925, the Supreme Court began applying the Bill of Rights to the states with a case involving freedom of speech. In 2010, what issue caused the Court to do so again?

  a.  freedom of religion

  b.  intellectual property rights

  c.  the right to bear arms

  d.  freedom of assembly

ANSWER:   c

POINTS:   1

DIFFICULTY:   Moderate

REFERENCES:   The Constitutional Bases of Our Liberties

QUESTION TYPE:   Multiple Choice

HAS VARIABLES:   False

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:   9.1.1 – Explain the role of the Bill of Rights.

OTHER:   BLOOM’S: Remember/Understand

TX GOVT 2305 LO: 7.

TX GOVT 2305 LO NARRATIVE: Describe the rights and responsibilities of citizens.

TEXAS CORE COMPETENCY: Social Responsibility (SR)

TEXAS CORE COMPETENCY NARRATIVE: intercultural competence, knowledge of civic responsibility, and the ability to engage effectively in regional, national, and global communities

A-HEAD: The Constitutional Bases of Our Liberties

DATE CREATED:   10/25/2022 2:40 AM

DATE MODIFIED:   10/25/2022 2:41 AM

6. Which of the following accurately describes the incorporation theory?

  a.  It allows companies to incorporate through government application.

  b.  It provides for government oversight of corporations doing business with the government.

  c.  It is the view that the provisions of the Bill of Rights are extended to individuals for protection against state actions.

  d.  It holds the view that most of the protections of the Bill of Rights apply to foreign government activities through the Fourteenth Amendment.

ANSWER:   c

POINTS:   1

DIFFICULTY:   Easy

REFERENCES:   The Constitutional Bases of Our Liberties

QUESTION TYPE:   Multiple Choice

HAS VARIABLES:   False

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:   9.1.1 – Explain the role of the Bill of Rights.

OTHER:   BLOOM’S: Remember/Understand

TX GOVT 2305 LO: 7.

TX GOVT 2305 LO NARRATIVE: Describe the rights and responsibilities of citizens.

TEXAS CORE COMPETENCY: Social Responsibility (SR)

TEXAS CORE COMPETENCY NARRATIVE: intercultural competence, knowledge of civic responsibility, and the ability to engage effectively in regional, national, and global communities

A-HEAD: The Constitutional Bases of Our Liberties

DATE CREATED:   10/25/2022 2:42 AM

DATE MODIFIED:   10/25/2022 2:43 AM

7. What concept is demonstrated by the fact that while the Supreme Court denied the national government the power to fully ban handguns in 2008, a later 2010 decision was needed to apply this same rule to the states?

  a.  the power of the states

  b.  the weakness of the federal government

  c.  the doctrine of incorporation

  d.  the power of the states and the weakness of the federal government

ANSWER:   c

POINTS:   1

DIFFICULTY:   Moderate

REFERENCES:   The Constitutional Bases of Our Liberties

QUESTION TYPE:   Multiple Choice

HAS VARIABLES:   False

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:   4.3.4 – Critique the Supreme Court’s ability to make decisions on issues of national importance.

OTHER:   BLOOM’S: Remember/Understand

TX GOVT 2305 LO: 7.

TX GOVT 2305 LO NARRATIVE: Describe the rights and responsibilities of citizens.

TEXAS CORE COMPETENCY: Social Responsibility (SR)

TEXAS CORE COMPETENCY NARRATIVE: intercultural competence, knowledge of civic responsibility, and the ability to engage effectively in regional, national, and global communities

A-HEAD: The Constitutional Bases of Our Liberties

DATE CREATED:   10/25/2022 2:44 AM

DATE MODIFIED:   10/25/2022 2:45 AM

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