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Enumerated and Implied Powers

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Jacob Bassett

on 20 April 2013

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SSCG5 The student will demonstrate knowledge of the federal system of government described in the United States Constitution.
b.Define the difference between enumerated and implied powers. Powers of the Federal Government Essential Question:
Where does Congress get its powers? What are these powers?
Where do they come from? http://tinyurl.com/art1s8 Are these the only powers Congress has? http://tinyurl.com/impow7 Can you think of any implied powers? http://tinyurl.com/impow8 Review The basis for all powers of the federal government is laid out in the _____________.

These powers are called _________ powers and ________ powers.

The __________ powers are listed in Article 1, Section 8 of the Constitution

The _________ powers are derived from Clause 18 of Article 1, Section 8.

Clause 18 is also known as the _______ Clause http://tinyurl.com/enumpowers List at least three enumerated powers What does Article 1, Section 8, Clause 18 mean?
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