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Types of Political Power Flashcards - Summary
If need to study foundational political science concepts, take a look at these flashcard sets to review the different types of political power. Available at any time of day or night, these fun study tools allow you to check your understanding of important political power terms, facts and concepts. You'll study some of the following power types:
- Concurrent powers
- Presidential powers
- Constitutional powers of the Supreme Court
- Delegated powers
How They Work
As you work through these flashcard sets, keep track of the political power terms you already know and repeat difficult words until they're memorized.
- Open a flashcard set for the political power topic you're studying.
- Identify the image or word on the flashcard.
- Click the button to flip the card and view the answer.
- Select whether you got it right or missed it to keep track of your progress.
- Click the Next arrow to proceed through the flashcard set.
- Review the political power cards you missed or shuffle all cards back in and go through them again.
Concurrent Powers List & Flashcards
What are 'concurrent powers'? This flashcard set defines these governmental powers. It also provides examples of some concurrent powers that many citizens encounter in their daily lives.
Constitutional Supreme Court Powers List & Flashcards
The Supreme Court is the top court in the United States of America. This set of flashcards reviews the types of cases heard by the Supreme Court and the processes for having cases reviewed. It also covers important terms and information about its justices.
Powers of the President List & Flashcards
So what exactly does the President of the United States do? This set of flashcards reviews the powers of the U.S. President. It also looks at how the position is limited by the Constitution and the power it gives to Congress.
Delegated Powers List & Flashcards
Delegated Powers? Enumerated Powers? Expressed Powers? These are one and the same! This set of flashcards reviews the powers that are specifically laid out in the U.S. Constitution and assigned to a specific branches of government.
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