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Q: A government borrowing money is an example of which type of power?
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What is an example of the federal government implied power?

coining money


What is an example of delegated power given to the federal government?

The power to engage in war. The power to levy income tax.


The power of government to coin money is an example of which power?

Power to Coin and Regulate Money When we can see the disastrous results of an artificially created shortage of money, we can better understand why our Fathers of Confederation, who understood both money and God's Laws, insisted on placing the power to "create" money and the power to control it ONLY in the hands of the Federal Government. They believed that ALL Citizens should share in the profits of its "creation" and therefore the national government must be the only creator of money. They further believed that ALL citizens should share in the profits of its creation and therefore the national government must be the ONLY creator of money. They further believed that ALL Canadian citizens, regardless of station in life, and therefore, the national government must also be, by law, the ONLY controller of the value of money. Since the Federal Government was the only legislative body subject to all the citizens at the ballot box, it was, to their minds, the only safe depository of so much profit and so much power. They wrote it out in simple, but all inclusive manner: "The Federal Government shall have the Power to Coin Money and Regulate the Value Thereof


National government to coin money is what power?

The right of the federal government to coin money is an exclusive federal right provided for in the constitution. The constitution also grants the government to regulate the value of the coins.


What power does the constitution specifically deny to state government?

The power to coin money.

Related questions

What is an example of congress's borrowing power?

Money borrowed to pay for government expenses such as police, teachers, emergencies. Money which eventually will be paid back by taxes.


Is borrowing money a delegated power?

To borrow money is a concurrent power. This means that the power is shared by both the State and the federal government, and is exercised simultaneously.


What is an example of the federal government implied power?

coining money


How does the government fund a budget deficit?

The U.S. Government finances a deficit by borrowing money from a couple different places. 1) U.S. Citizens and corporations in the form of bonds. 2) From themselves by borrowing money from other programs such as Social Security or Medicare 3) From other countries on the open market. Currently 30% of US debt is owned by other countries with China owning the most at about $850 billion. Remember all of this money eventually has to be paid back with interest.


What is an example of delegated power given to the federal government?

The power to engage in war. The power to levy income tax.


The power of the national government to declare war is most likely what specific power?

The power of the national government to declare war is an example of an expressed power. Another example is the power to levy taxes.


The power of government to coin money is an example of which power?

Power to Coin and Regulate Money When we can see the disastrous results of an artificially created shortage of money, we can better understand why our Fathers of Confederation, who understood both money and God's Laws, insisted on placing the power to "create" money and the power to control it ONLY in the hands of the Federal Government. They believed that ALL Citizens should share in the profits of its "creation" and therefore the national government must be the only creator of money. They further believed that ALL citizens should share in the profits of its creation and therefore the national government must be the ONLY creator of money. They further believed that ALL Canadian citizens, regardless of station in life, and therefore, the national government must also be, by law, the ONLY controller of the value of money. Since the Federal Government was the only legislative body subject to all the citizens at the ballot box, it was, to their minds, the only safe depository of so much profit and so much power. They wrote it out in simple, but all inclusive manner: "The Federal Government shall have the Power to Coin Money and Regulate the Value Thereof


What kind of government does the constitution give the power to coin money to?

Federal government


National government to coin money is what power?

The right of the federal government to coin money is an exclusive federal right provided for in the constitution. The constitution also grants the government to regulate the value of the coins.


What power does the constitution specifically deny to state government?

The power to coin money.


Example of delegated power?

Printing money


What power has the power to coin money?

The power to coin money belongs to the Federal government (Congress, specifically) according to the Constitution of the United States.