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What amedments protects the rights of the accused (lawyer, speedy trial, public trial, what you're accused of and by whom)?
a) 1st b) 6th c) 5th d) 10th
What right is guaranteed by the Eighth Amendment to the Constitution?
a) right of a militia to keep and bear arms b) no illegal searches and seizures c) right of a militia to keep and bear arms d) freedom from torture
What right is guaranteed by the Second Amendment to the Constitution?
a) freedom of speech, religion, the press, and assembly b) no illegal searches and seizures c) right of a militia to keep and bear arms d) freedom of religion
What right is guaranteed by the Fourth Amendment to the Constitution?
a) freedom of speech, religion, the press, and assembly b) no illegal searches and seizures c) right of a militia to keep and bear arms d) freedom of religion
What right is guaranteed by the First Amendment to the Constitution?
a) freedom of speech, religion, the press, and assembly b) no illegal searches and seizures c) right of a militia to keep and bear arms d) freedom from torture
Lacked power to levy taxes...Lacked power to enforce laws...Lacked power to regulate trade ----Which title best labels those three statements?
a) Criticisms of the Constitution by the Anti-Federalists b) Difficulties of State Governments During the American Revolution c) Grievances Against King George III in the Declaration of Independence d) Weaknesses of the U.S. Government Under the Articles of Confederation
Federalists and Anti-Federalists made different arguments about the proper form of government for the United States. Which one of the following statements represents an argument that Anti-Federalists made?
a) The Articles of Confederation needed to be replaced. b) The Constitution adequately protected individual freedoms. c) A strong national government threatened individual freedoms. d) The national government needed to be stronger than state governments.
One of the decisions reached at the Constitutional Convention in 1787 became known as the Three-Fifths Compromise. Which statement best explains support for this compromise?
a) Larger states supported it for requiring indirect election to the Senate. b) Smaller states supported it for expanding the power of the House of Representatives. c) Northern states supported it for guaranteeing states with more industry a lower tax rate. d) Southern states supported it for counting part of states’ enslaved population towards representation.
Many Antifederalists opposed ratification of the Constitution until they were guaranteed
a) better protection of individual liberties b) increased presidential authority to wage war c) stricter control over state spending d) expanded police powers
Features of the Articles of Confederation ...No national court system or national executive... • Laws required approval from 9 of the 13 states to pass...Congress could not tax ---What was most important to supporters of the Articles of Confederation
a) respect for states’ rights b) a strong national government c) the influence of large states d) an effective national military
Features of the Articles of Confederation ...No national court system or national executive... • Laws required approval from 9 of the 13 states to pass...Congress could not tax ---What argument did critics make about the Articles of Confederation?
a) The power of the national government threatened states’ rights. b) The president had more power than the other branches of government. c) The national government had little power to get states to cooperate. d) The large states could easily change the rules of government to their advantage.
Our national government should be strong. State governments should have only limited powers....The executive branch should have significant power.---Who agreed with theses statements
a) Loyalists b) Federalists c) Antifederalists d) Democratic Republicans
At the Constitutional Convention of 1787, the Great Compromise and the Three-fifths Compromise both involved the issue of how
a) new states would be created b) states would be represented in the national government c) the armed forces would be controlled d) presidential elections would be conducted
The basic purpose of the first ten amendments to the U.S. Constitution is to:
a) Describe the powers of the three branches of government b) Limit the powers of state government c) Establish a system of checks and balances d) Guarantee the rights of the people
Some citizens held a public meeting to discuss concerns about their local government. In taking this action, they exercised their right to -
a) a jury trial b) bear arms c) an attorney d) freedom of assembly
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