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Congress is made up of:
a) House of Representatives and Senate b) Supreme Court and Senate c) Supreme Court and House of Representatives d) President, House of Representatives, and Senate
Which is NOT true?
a) Rule of law means that lawyers don't have to obey the law. b) Rule of law means that no one is above the law. c) Rule of law means that even the president has to follow the Constitution. d) Rule of law makes us equal in the eyes of the law.
Where is the capital of the United States?
a) Washington, D.C. b) Jefferson City, MO c) Richmond, VA d) Tallahassee, FL
Who rules in a democracy?
a) the people b) the President c) Congress d) the wealthy
The president, the governor, and the mayor belong to the __________ branch.
a) executive b) legislative c) judicial d) ideal
The United States Congress, Missouri's General Assembly, and the Sedalia city council are all part of the ________ branch.
a) legislative b) executive c) judicial d) religious
Which is NOT a part of the judicial branch?
a) King's Court b) United States Supreme Court c) Federal Courts d) Juvenile Courts
Which is NOT a duty of an American citizen?
a) Play baseball b) Pay taxes c) Obey the law d) Attend school
Which is NOT a responsibility of an American citizen?
a) Go to the church of your choice b) Be informed and vote c) Respect the rights and property of others d) Respect different opinions and ways of life
Which is NOT a responsibility of government?
a) Pay off everybody's credit card debt b) Establish justice c) Insure domestic tranquility d) Provide for the common defense
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