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What is a situation in which the government does not favor or establish a religion?
a) 5th Amendment b) Freedom of Choice c) Separate but Equal d) Separation of Church and State
What was an influence on the Bill of Rights?
a) English Bill of Rights b) Magna Carta c) Colonial Charters d) All
Which controversial amendment protects the right to bear arms?
a) Third b) First c) Second d) Fourth
How has every amendment to the Constitution been proposed?
a) Congress b) National Convention c) By the President d) There have not been any proposals
Which amendment recognizes that all rights could not possibly be listed so those rights are left to others to be determined?
a) Ninth b) Tenth c) None d) Both
Who's job is it to interpret the Bill of Rights?
a) The President b) Our Nation's Courts c) The Congress d) Stave Governors
Which of the following protects your right to express your opinion publicly?
a) The First Amendment b) Both c) Freedom of Speech d) None
How can an amendment be ratified?
a) State Conventions b) State Legislatures c) Both d) None
What is a way that an amendment may be proposed for the Constitution?
a) National Convention b) Both c) Congress d) None
What is being tried for the same crime twice?
a) Eminent Domain b) Double Jeopardy c) Checks and Balances d) Due Process
In which of the following case studies did the Supreme Court uphold the right of freedom of speech?
a) Tinker b) Skokie c) Both d) None
How many amendments have been made to the Constitution? (
a) 50 b) 10 c) 30 d) 27
What does the first amendment protect?
a) Freedom of Religion b) Freedom of Speech c) Freedom of Assembly d) All of them
What is the process by which the government must treat accused persons fairly according to law?
a) Due Process of Law b) Right to Bear Arms c) Separation of Church and State d) Checks and Balances
Who promised a Bill of Rights for the Constitution?
a) George Washington b) Thomas Jefferson c) James Madison d) John Adams
What is it called when the government can take private property for public use?
a) Miranda b) Due Process c) Eminent Domain d) Bill of Rights
What was a case study that involved the right of students to wear protest arm bands in school? (
a) Skokie b) Tinker c) Marbury v. Madison d) Plessy Case
Which amendment protects you from illegal search and seizures?
a) Third b) Second c) Fourth d) Fifth
How is it to intepret the Bill of Rights?
a) Easy b) Hard c) Medium d) It needs no interpretation
What is a list of a citizen's rights called?
a) Bill of Rights b) Articles c) Preamble d) Declaration
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