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The founders equated national powers with the powers of congress and gave congress?

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They have the same powers of Bevis & Butthead and the congress & the president.-Jenna (:


Delegated powers of the National Gov. that are spelled out in the Constitution are called expressed powers, aka "enumerated powers"


Congress' special powers include the following:they can impeach federal officers,approve treaties and presidential appointments,and decide elections under certain circumstances.Congress' expressed powers includegovernment finance,regulation of commerce,national defense,law enforcement,and national sovereignty.Congress' implied powers includeexpanding expressed powers in order to respond to situations unforeseen by the framers of the Constitution,.


a couple of the powers are the power to make laws and the power to control the money for the national government.


Implied powers are what allow Congress to creatively expand its reach and power. Alexander Hamilton used the argument of implied powers to justify the creation of a national bank.


President doesnt check the powers of congress, congress checks the powers of the President


Implied powers are what allow Congress to creatively expand its reach and power. Alexander Hamilton used the argument of implied powers to justify the creation of a national bank.


The President has Executive powers, Congress has Legislative powers.



The Constitution states the powers of Congress.



Powers granted to Congress by the Constitution includes general powers, enumerated powers, and implied powers. For example, Congress has the power to collect taxes and pay the debts.


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Powers given to the president by congress are called expressed powers.


The Necessary and Proper Clause of the United States Constitution is where the implied powers of the national government are inferred from. It states that Congress has the authority to make all necessary and proper laws to carry out its powers, and has served as a basis for many national programs and policies.


Implied powers allow the congress to have more powers because they were hinted in the consitution. Such as when they are allowed to make banks because of the power they have to manage money. It is implied that they can have a national bank.


Congress' powers are listed in Article one of the Constitution. Specific powers are enumerated in section eight. Congress has expressed powers that are written in the Constitution and implied powers that are not expressed.


Expressed powers are powers of Congress specifically listed in the Constitution.


it means the powers congress doesnt have -elizabeth :)


When the Constitution was adopted in 1789, the Founders couldn't forsee every possible thong that the Congress could be called upon to do, such as regulate the production of Cars (which didn't exist back then). They added the implied powers so that future Congresses could adapt to the times.


National powers are called "federal powers."


Inherent Powers: The powers of the national government in the field of foreign affairs that the Supreme Court has declared do not depend on the constitutional grants but rather grow out of the very existence of the national government. Implied Powers: Powers inferred from the express powers that allow Congress to carry out its functions. They are not expressly stated in the Constitution, but are reasonably suggested or implied by the expressed powers. Express Powers: Powers specifically granted to one of the branches of the national government by the Constitution.


Congress has some powers that fall under the 'Necessary and Proper' clause. These powers are any powers Congress may exercise to carry out its functions.




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