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  1. Welcome to Constitutional Underpinnings Jeopardy!

  2. FinalJeopardy Round 1 Round 2

  3. Wuzup?6 Terms 1 Terms2 Terms 3 Terms 4 Yo Mama5 Round 2 Final Jeopardy $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 Scores $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500

  4. A group of 85 essays written by Madison, Hamilton, and Jay for he purpose of persuading the people of New York to adopt the Constitution. $100

  5. $100 What are the Federalist Papers? Scores

  6. powers of the states to protect the public health, safety, morals, and welfare of the public. $200

  7. What are Police powers? $200 Scores

  8. The principle in which ultimate political authority rests with the people. $300

  9. What is Popular sovereignty? $300 Scores

  10. The power of the courts to rule on the constitutionality of laws and government actions. Established by Marbury v. Madison, 1803 $400

  11. What is Judicial review? $400 Scores

  12. foreign policy powers (e.g., acquiring territory) held by the national government by virtue of its being a national government. $500

  13. $500 What are Inherent powers? Scores

  14. A system in which each branch of government can limit the power of the other two branches, e.g., presidential veto of a congressional law. $100

  15. What are Checks and balances? $100 Scores

  16. The constitutional sharing of power between a central government and state governments. $200

  17. $200 What is Federalism? Scores

  18. A system in which the people rule themselves $300

  19. What is Direct democracy? $300 Scores

  20. Daily Double

  21. This clause states that Congress can exercise those Powers that are “necessary and proper” for carrying out the enumerated powers, e.g., establishment of the first Bank of the United States. $400

  22. $400 What is the Elastic clause? Scores

  23. 1819: established principle of national supremacy and validity of implied powers. $500

  24. What is McCulloch v. Maryland? $500 Scores

  25. $100 A system in which the people are rule by their representatives. Also known as representative democracy, or republic.

  26. What is an Indirect democracy? $100 Scores

  27. A principle in which the powers of government are separated among three branches: legislative, executive, judicial. $200

  28. What is Separation of powers? $200 Scores

  29. Daily Double

  30. A 1786 revolt by Massachusetts farmers seeking relief from debt and foreclosure that was a factor in the calling of the Constitutional Convention. $300

  31. What was Shays’ Rebellion? $300 Scores

  32. $400 A one-house legislature is called:

  33. $400 What is a Unicameral legislature? Scores

  34. Money granted by the federal government to the states for a broad purpose ( e.g., transportation) rather than for a narrow purpose (e.g., school lunch program) is called a ______ grant. $500

  35. What is a Block grant? $500 Scores

  36. In 1803: this Supreme Court case established the power of judicial review. $100

  37. What is Marbury v. Madison? $100 Scores

  38. A two-house legislature is also called: $200

  39. $200 What is a Bicameral legislature? Scores

  40. Powers held by the states through the 10th Amendment. Any power not granted to the US government is “reserved” for the states. $300

  41. $300 What are Reserved powers? Scores

  42. $400 Requirements imposed by the national government upon the states. Some are unfunded, i.e., they are imposed by the national government, but lack funding.

  43. What are Mandates? $400 Scores

  44. Daily Double

  45. Money granted by the federal government to the states for a narrow purpose ( e.g., school lunch program) rather than for a broad purpose (e.g., transportation). $500

  46. What is a Categorical grant? $500 Scores

  47. $100 Those powers that are specifically granted to Congress in Article 1, section 8 of the Constitution, e.g., the power to tax. Also known as expressed powers.

  48. What are Enumerated powers? $100 Scores

  49. A system in which sovereign states are only loosely tied to a central government, e.g., the US under the Articles of Confederation. $200

  50. What is a Confederation? $200 Scores