QuestionQuestion 1.1. (TCO 5) Which of the following statements best defines feudalism? (Points : 3)A political structure in which power is dispersed evenlyA system of political power dispersed among layersA political structure in which power rests with church leadersA system of political power distributed to the working classQuestion 2.2. (TCO 5) Why do the responsibilities of legislative and executive powers often overlap? (Points : 3)Separation of powers is rarely clear-cut.Separation of powers is rare among industrialized nations.Separation of powers is absolute.Separation of powers grants obtuse levels of power to the executive branch.Question 3.3. (TCO 5) In a parliamentary system, voters directly elect _____. (Points : 3)members of parliament and the prime ministermembers of parliament and the ministerial cabinetmembers of parliament onlythe prime minister onlyQuestion 4.4. (TCO 5) Voters receive the most direct representation in which system? (Points : 3)ParliamentaryPresidentialElectoralCoalitionQuestion 5.5. (TCO 5) Who directly calls forth the leader of the largest party to take office with a cabinet and become the prime minister? (Points : 3)The votersParliamentThe monarchThe House of CommonsQuestion 6.6. (TCO 5) The only political system that could guarantee the cooperation between the legislative and executive branches is _____. (Points : 3)a monarchya dictatorshipa democracyan oligarchyQuestion 7.7. (TCO 4) Which of the following issues is a civil concern? (Points : 3)ExtortionTheftDivorceTraffickingQuestion 8.8. (TCO 4) What are the key mechanisms of international law? (Points : 3)Reciprocity and coalitionConsistency and reciprocityConsistency and coherenceCoalition and coherenceQuestion 9.9. (TCO 4) Describe the primary jurisdiction of the U.S. Supreme Court. (Points : 3)It makes initial rulings on all federal cases, civil and criminal.It rules on high penalty cases, including those with life sentences and the death penalty.Its jurisdiction is almost entirely appellate, from lower federal or state supreme courts.Its jurisdiction is broad, ranging from appellate rulings to original rulings in federal crimes.Question 10.10. (TCO 4) Which of the following best articulates the stance of judicial restraint advocates? (Points : 3)Judicial review is the best and only true method of checking legislative power.The court should practice restraint in cases in which legislative acts are presented for interpretation.Only the executive branch can restrain the court, keeping the power of judicial review in balance with the other governing branches.Only Congress should make public policy and, unless a legislative act clearly violates the Constitution, the law should stand.