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- Q 1/5Score 0Congress, through its committees, uses its oversight function29as a system of checks and balances on the executive branch.as a means of overriding presidential vetoes.to assist the judicial branch in interpreting constitutional law.to ensure that legislative agencies are carrying out the policies it has set.
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- Q1Congress, through its committees, uses its oversight functionas a system of checks and balances on the executive branch.as a means of overriding presidential vetoes.to assist the judicial branch in interpreting constitutional law.to ensure that legislative agencies are carrying out the policies it has set.30s
- Q2The Framers' plan to have representatives focused on national, rather than personal, interests is reflected ina short term of office coupled with checks and balances on representatives' powers.a structure in which representatives are required to play several major roles.a separation of powers between the three branches of government.a set of clearly defined formal qualifications for office.30s
- Q3Most modern legislators view their position in Congressas a step on the way to membership in the upper house, and vote as politicos.as a short-term service to the country, and so are more likely to vote as trustees.as a commitment to their party, and so are more likely to vote as partisans.as a long-term career, and are thus more likely to vote as delegates of the people.30s
- Q4What term describes legislators who votes based on the wishes of their constituents?DelegatesTrusteesPartisansPoliticos30s
- Q5How long does each Congressional term last?four yearsone yearthree yearstwo years30s
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