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What is the job of representatives in government?
a) to vote for laws b) to interpret laws c) to enforce laws d) the head of the executive branch
Why was Washington, D.C. chosen as the nation's capital?
a) It didn't belong to any one state and it was in the middle of the 13 colonies. b) It was in the middle of New jersey. c) It was pretty. d) It wasn't near a river and it was near Philadelphia.
What city was chosen to be New Jersey's capital and why?
a) Trenton, becuase it was near the center of the state. b) Washington, D.C. becuase it didn't belong to any one state and it was in the middle of the 13 coloni c) Trenton, because it was in the middle of the 13 colonies. d) Princeton, because it was near the center of the state.
The federal government is in charge of everything below EXCEPT_______
a) how the state and local governments are set up b) setting up the postal system c) controlling trade and printing money d) organizing the military
The federal government is in charge of building and repairing highways.
a) True b) False c) d)
The state government is in charge of everything below EXCEPT_________
a) printing money b) controlling schools c) how the state and local governments are set up d) how elections are run
Taxes are used for everything below EXCEPT ______________
a) religion b) schools c) highways and local streets d) plowing snow
Taxes are used for everything below EXCEPT ___________________
a) the right to bear arms b) libraries c) clean water d) parks
Everything below are freedoms, or rights, in the Bill of Rights EXCEPT _______________
a) controlling schools b) speech c) religion d) bear arms
Freedom of the press is a freedom, or right, in the Bill of Rights.
a) True b) False c) d)
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