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The Virginia Declaration of Rights was used as a model for the –
a) Preamble to the Constitution. b) Magna Carta. c) Bill of Rights. d) Articles of Confederation.
All are characteristics of the Articles of Confederation except –
a) give each state one vote. b) allow each state to remain independent from the other states. c) collect taxes from the central government. d) give states the power to enforce laws.
Be it enacted by the General Assembly, That no man shall be compelled to frequent or support any religious worship, place, or ministry…
a) This quote is part of the Bill of Rights b) This quote is part of the Virginia Statute of Religious Freedom c) This quote is part of the Declaration of Independence d) This quote is part of the Preamble of the Constitution
The Virginia Declaration of Rights is to the Virginia Constitution as the Bill of Rights is to the -
a) Constitution of the United States. b) Charters of the Virginia Company of London. c) Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom. d) Declaration of Independence.
The first form of national government for the colonies was the −
a) Magna Carta. b) Declaration of Independence. c) Articles of Confederation. d) Constitution of the United States.
The Virginia Declaration of Rights, the Declaration of Independence, and the Articles of Confederation are all -
a) documents included in the Charters of the Virginia Company of London. b) documents that stated the religious beliefs of the colonists. c) documents that established the first government for the United States. d) documents that are reflected in the Constitution of the United States.
These five basic freedoms of Americans: freedom of the press, freedom of religion, freedom of assembly, freedom of speech, and freedom to petition the government, are protected by what?
a) Preamble b) Constitution of the United States c) Declaration of Independence d) Magna Carta
The Charters of the Virginia Company of London established –
a) the concept of “one man, one vote”. b) equality under the law. c) the first representative government in the colonies. d) the rights of the colonists as English citizens.
Which document stated grievances against the King, affirmed the unalienable rights, and established the idea that all people are equal under the law?
a) Declaration of Independence b) Constitution of the United States c) Articles of Confederation d) Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom
The Bill of Rights is important because it–
a) guarantees certain rights and freedoms to citizens. b) created a strong government. c) created a weak government. d) was part of the Articles of Confederation.
Which document failed as our first form of government because it established a weak central government?
a) United States Constitution b) Articles of Confederation c) Virginia Declaration of Rights d) Magna Carta
Thomas Paine’s “Common Sense” papers described the reasons why America should be independent from Britain. What other document identified these reasons?
a) United States Constitution b) Virginia Declaration of Rights c) Declaration of Independence d) Charters of the Virginia Company of London
What document establishes the structure of the U.S. government, affirms individual worth and dignity of all people, and guarantees equality under the law?
a) Declaration of Independence b) United States Constitution c) Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom d) Articles of Confederation
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