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Jim hates fracking. He wants to make it illegal to remove natural grass from the ground because it might contaminate the drinking water. Which of the following is the most effective strategy for making fracking illegal?
a) Organize a march outside of the city government buildings b) Boycott Natural Gas c) Vote to make Fracking illegal d) Organize a Picket line outside of the Natural Gas Company
Jim: “Hey Congressman, I will give you $100,000 to spend on your next political campaign. In return, you have to make Fracking illegal in the US.” Congressman: “Sure thing, dude.” Based on the quotes above, select the answer that best explains the qu
a) This is Lobbying and it’s legal b) This is Lobbying and it’s against the law c) This is Gerrymandering and is legal at the Federal level d) This is a Boycott and it’s legal for citizen’s
Jim just freaked out in the grocery store. Last week Jim bought a soda for $1. Today, it cost him $1.05. Jim lost his mind and was kicked out. The grocery store tried to explain the situation. What should the Grocery store tried to say?
a) Your money increases in value as the supply goes up – it’s inflation, you can’t by what you used to b) Your money increases in value as the supply goes down – it’s inflation, you can’t by what you used to c) Your money decreases in value as the supply goes down – it’s inflation, you can’t by what you used to d) Your money decreases in value as the supply goes up – it’s inflation, you can’t by what you used to
This North Carolina document annulled (removed) the King’s Laws in 1775.
a) Mecklenburg Resolves b) Halifax Resolves c) Charlotte Courier d) Raleigh Write-Up
This North Carolina document declared independence from Great Britain in 1776. It was written three months before the Declaration of Independence.
a) Mecklenburg Resolves b) Halifax Resolves c) Charlotte Courier d) Raleigh Write-Up
Which of the following is NOT true about the Articles of Confederation?
a) The articles created a strong national government b) The articles failed to establish a common currency in the US c) This was the first national government in the US d) The articles were too weak and rebellions threatened to destroy the nation
Which of the following defines the civics and government concept of Popular Sovereignty?
a) The government cannot do anything it wants b) The government is divided into three separate branches. c) People have the power. This power is exercised by voting. d) The name of system that explains how the branches of government limit each other.
Which of the following defines the civics and government concept of Limited Government?
a) The government cannot do anything it wants b) The government is divided into three separate branches. c) People have the power. This power is exercised by voting. d) The name of system that explains how the branches of government limit each other.
Which of the following defines the civics and government concept of Checks and Balances?
a) The government cannot do anything it wants b) The government is divided into three separate branches. c) People have the power. This power is exercised by voting. d) The name of system that explains how the branches of government limit each other.
Which of the following defines the civics and government concept of Separation of Powers?
a) The government cannot do anything it wants. b) The government is divided into three separate branches. c) People have the power. This power is exercised by voting. d) The name of system that explains how the branches of government limit each other.
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