Federalism
Constitution
Vetoing
Impeachment
Key People

100

What is Federalism?
A division of power between state and national government

100

What is the 15th amendment
Voting

100

Who can veto and what is it?
A president can veto and it means he stops a bill from becoming law.

100

What is impeachment
To bring formal charges against a high ranking official

100

Who is the president?
Andrew Johnson

200

Name 3 delegated powers of the national government
declaring war, printing money, dealing with foreign nations, establish post office/mail, trade between states

200

What is the 13th Amendment & 14th Amendment?
Abolished slavery (13) US Citizenship & equal protection of natural rights (14)

200

The name of the bill that Andrew Johnson vetoed that would have abolished the Black Codes. It would have helped blacks get equality.
What is the Civil Rights Bill

200

What percentage of Congress is needed to find the president guilty during the impeachment process?
2/3

200

Who wanted equal rights and a slower reconstruction process?
Radical Republicans

300

What are 3 reserved powers of the states.
starting local governments, marriage and drivers licenses, police and fire, voting regulations, education, regulate businesses/trade within state

300

What is the elastic/necessary and proper clause of the Constitution?
The Federal government could do what was necessary and proper to carry out Federal law.

300

What has to happen to override a veto?
2/3 of Congress must approve the bill.

300

The part of Congress that initiates impeachment
Who is the House of Representatives

300

What agency was started to help Freedmen integrate into society and help them read and write.
Freedmen's Bureau

400

Who did the Radical Republicans believe should rebuild the nation. (Use federalism to answer this question)
Congress/Federal Government because the national government needed to do what was necessary and proper to enforce the 13/14/15th amendment. Also the supremacy clause in the Constitution allows it to be the highest law in the land.

400

This states the Constitution and Federal government are the highest law in the land.
Supremacy Clause in the Constitution

400

Please name one reasons why Andrew Johnson vetoed the the Freedmen's Bureau. (Stick to Federalism to explain)
It is a state right!

400

What is the name of the act that Congress believe Andrew Johnson broke! Please explain the act.
Tenure Act The president couldn't fire anyone on his cabinet without the Congress' apporval

400

Who is your favorite teacher?
Mrs. Angus. That was an easy one! If you answered Whiteside subtract double.

500

Johnson believed who should rebuild the South and why? (Use the principle of Federalism to answer this!)
State's because it says no where in the Constitution it was the government's job. (10th amendment)

500

What amendment says if it isn't listed in the constitution then the power is reserved to the states
10th amendment

500

How many times did Johnson veto and how many times was he overridden?
He was the veto king 29 times He was overridden 15 times.

500

Who was the Secretary of War under Andrew Johnson that he fired!
Edwin Stanton

500

Who is the head principal of the school?
Mrs. Kuehn