Civics - 3: Question Preview (ID: 16383)


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jury
a) The government also provides public services that make society run more smoothly b) Allegiance, affection, devotion, and attachment c) To admit to or grant citizenship to someone who was born in another country d) Group of ordinary citizens chosen to decide the guilt or innocence of the person accused in a trial
loyalty
a) To admit to or grant citizenship to someone who was born in another country b) Allegiance, affection, devotion, and attachment c) The government also provides public services that make society run more smoothly d) Theory that certain inalienable rights of all people come from nature or God
monarchy
a) Allegiance, affection, devotion, and attachment b) Government in which the ruler is a hereditary head of state and rules for life c) Group of ordinary citizens chosen to decide the guilt or innocence of the person accused in a trial d) To admit to or grant citizenship to someone who was born in another country
native
a) Government in which the ruler is a hereditary head of state and rules for life b) The government also provides public services that make society run more smoothly c) Person born in a particular place or country. A native citizen is someone who receives citizenship by being born in a country d) To admit to or grant citizenship to someone who was born in another country
naturalize
a) Person born in a particular place or country. A native citizen is someone who receives citizenship by being born in a country b) Group of ordinary citizens chosen to decide the guilt or innocence of the person accused in a trial c) To admit to or grant citizenship to someone who was born in another country d) Allegiance, affection, devotion, and attachment
Natural rights
a) To admit to or grant citizenship to someone who was born in another country b) Theory that certain inalienable rights of all people come from nature or God c) Person born in a particular place or country. A native citizen is someone who receives citizenship by being born in a country d) Government in which the ruler is a hereditary head of state and rules for life
society
a) Government in which the ruler is a hereditary head of state and rules for life b) Voluntary association of people bound together by common interests and standards c) Allegiance, affection, devotion, and attachment d) Person born in a particular place or country. A native citizen is someone who receives citizenship by being born in a country
official
a) Group of ordinary citizens chosen to decide the guilt or innocence of the person accused in a trial b) Having the power of the government: an official religion is one set up and run by the government c) Government in which the ruler is a hereditary head of state and rules for life d) Person born in a particular place or country. A native citizen is someone who receives citizenship by being born in a country
persecute
a) Allegiance, affection, devotion, and attachment b) To harm over and over again; to treat people badly because of their beliefs or idea c) Person born in a particular place or country. A native citizen is someone who receives citizenship by being born in a country d) Government in which the ruler is a hereditary head of state and rules for life
Public services
a) Person born in a particular place or country. A native citizen is someone who receives citizenship by being born in a country b) Group of ordinary citizens chosen to decide the guilt or innocence of the person accused in a trial c) The government also provides public services that make society run more smoothly d) Allegiance, affection, devotion, and attachment
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