HIS 301 Week 2 Quiz
1. Presidential communications are:
• Absolutely privileged from compelled disclosure.
• Presumptively privileged from compelled disclosure.
• Completely confidential.
• Not privileged from compelled disclosure whatsoever.
2. The War Powers Resolution is possibly unconstitutional because:
• Was not properly enacted.
• All are correct.
• It is a legislative right.
• Encroaches upon executive authority.
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3. Which of the following is not a constraint on federal judicial power?
• Presidential nomination
• Impeachment for high crimes and misdemeanors
• Congressional control of judicial jurisdiction
• Lifetime appointment
4. Which of the following best describes the relationship between the federal government and state militias?
• The militias are state entities over which the federal government has limited authority.
• The militias are federal entities over which the federal government has complete authority.
• The militias are controlled by interstate compacts.
• The militias are independent state entities over which the federal government has no authority.
5. Who may declare war?
• Entire Congress
• House of Representatives
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6. In what case did Justice Jackson (dissenting) outline the three-part model of presidential power that continues to be referred to today?
• Youngstown Sheet and Tube Co. v. Sawyer
• Smith v. Ford
• Goldwater v. Carter
• United States v. Nixon
7. If an individual activity does not affect interstate commerce, but the aggregate of that activity does, federal commerce jurisdiction exists under the:
• Dormant Commerce Clause.
• Resulting consequences doctrine.
• Pretext principle.
• Cumulative effects doctrine.
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