Government history help!?

4. This decision gives the Supreme Court the authority to decide on the constitutionality of government actions. (Points : 3) Brown v. Board of Education Marbury v. Madison Gibbons v. Ogden McCulloch v. Maryland 5. This decision gives the Congress certain powers which are "necessary and proper,'... show more 4. This decision gives the Supreme Court the authority to decide on the constitutionality of government actions. (Points : 3)
Brown v. Board of Education
Marbury v. Madison
Gibbons v. Ogden
McCulloch v. Maryland

5. This decision gives the Congress certain powers which are "necessary and proper,' even though they are not stated in the Constitution. (Points : 3)
Miranda v. Arizona
Marbury v. Madison
Plessy v. Ferguson
McCulloch v. Maryland

6. This decision regarding abortion is an ongoing issue between conservatives and liberals, and always "surfaces" during presidential elections, and whenever there is a nomination to the Supreme Court. (Points : 3)
United States v. Nixon
Griswold v. Connecticut
Roe v. Wade
Miller v. California

7. In the case of Bush v. Gore (2000), the issue was (Points : 3)
the death penalty.
the burning of the American flag.
the Florida election results.
the president's authority, which extends "above the law."

8. The decision in the case of Miller v. California determined that which of the following is not protected by the 1st Amendment? (Points : 3)
obscenity
school choice
Bible reading in public places
televised performances at public events such as a Super Bowl Game

9. This court decision has resulted in the reading of rights as part of the arrest procedure. (Points : 3)
Miranda v. Arizona
Marbury v. Madison
Plessy v. Ferguson
McCulloch v. Maryland

10. The case of Lemon v. Kurtzman (1971) determined that government aid to church-related schools must (Points : 3)
have a non-religious purpose.
be a lesser amount than provided to public schools in the same district.
be limited to colleges and universities.
equal the allocation to public schools in a fiscal year.
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