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Enumerated powers.

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Powers listed in the U.S. Constitution are called "enumerated or delegated powers" because they are listed in the document as powers belonging to the federal government.

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Where does congress get the power to do things that are not listed you the constitution?

The elastic clause

A reserved power is a power reserved for?

They are powers not listed in the Constitution. These can be used by a cabinet or legislature.

What are the legislative powers that are specifically listed called?

Expressed powers: these powers are specifically listed in the Constitution

What does the constitution provide for Americans?

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Does the first article of the constitution define the power of the president?

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What do we call the powers of Congress that are specifically listed in the constitution?

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Does the states or people responsible for the powers not listed in the constitution?

It's the states responsibility if it is not listed in the constitution.

Particular powers of the congress that are listed in article 1 are often called the?

enumerated powers. These are the powers specifically granted to Congress by the Constitution, such as the power to tax, regulate commerce, or declare war.

What is the doctrine of powers?

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What was added to the constitution that listed the rights not already in the constitution?

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