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The 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th amendments provide guidelines for the
a) rights of naturalized citizens b) rights of the accused c) rights of immigrants d) freedom of religion
This amendment discusses basic freedoms, such as freedom of speech
a) 1st Amendment b) 2nd Amendment c) 6th Amendment d) 4th Amendment
Which amendments reserve some governmental powers for the states and the people?
a) the 1st and 2nd b) the 9th and 10th c) the 3rd and 4th d) the 18th and 19th
The first 10 amendments are called
a) the Preamble b) the Articles of Confederation c) the Bill of Rights d) Article 1
Federalism means that
a) states and the national government have separate and shared powers b) the United States has checks and balances c) there are three branches in our government d) our government is guided by the Constitution
Which branch creates treaties, commands the armed forces, and appoints officials?
a) Judicial Branch b) Legistlative Branch c) Executive Branch d)
Which branch writes laws, declares war, and can override a veto?
a) Legislative Branch b) Executive Branch c) Judicial Branch d)
Which branch proposes laws, appoints judges, and may veto bills
a) Legislative branch b) Executive Branch c) Judicial Branch d)
The Second Continental Congress created the
a) Mayflower Compact b) Magna Carta c) Declaration of Independence d) Articles of Confederation
The opening of the Constitution, that starts, "We the people..." is called the
a) preamble b) Bill of Rights c) Article I d) Article III
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