How did the decisions of john marshall's supreme court affect the power of the national government?
select the best answer from the choices provided.
they gave the government new powers.
they limited the government's power.
they gave government power to the states.
they took power away from the federalists.
option c. c make production or monetary choices.
a centralized government control the means of production in a command economy. the government determines what goods should be produced, how much goods should be produced and also the prices at which those goods are going to sell. it also determines investment and income. therefore it forbids common people from making economic decisions of production and investment.
its advantages include low level of income inequality and unemployment, whereas it disadvantages include lack of competition and efficiency.
as described, i am assuming that by "legislature" you mean "congress" as in both the house and the senate.
with that caveat, the correct answers are:
the leader of the house of representatives is called the speaker of the house.
senators are elected for a six-year term.