2014 SOL Review - Foundations: Question Preview (ID: 19528)

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Which part of the U.S. Constitution expresses he reasons it was written?
a) Preamble
b) Bill of Rights
c) Articles
d) Amendments

Which fundamental principles states that the people rule?
a) democracy
b) rule of law
c) limited government
d) dictatorship

Which amendment extends due process protections to the actions of the states?
a) 14th
b) 1st
c) 8th
d) 5th

The students at Open High wrote a letter to the mayor expressing concern about the conditions of the school buildings. Which 1st Amendment freedom were they exercising?
a) petition
b) religion
c) assembly
d) press

Which document stated grievances (complaints) against the King of England?
a) Declaration of Indpendence
b) U.S. Constitution
c) VA Constitution
d) Articles of Confederation

VA law says Sara has to show up for jury duty when summoned. What might happen to her if she does not serve jury duty?
a) She may face legal consequences.
b) Nothing will happen.
c) She may get a paid day off work.
d) She may not be able to vote.

What is the first step in the U.S. and VA amendment process?
a) Proposal by the legislative branch
b) Proposal by the executive branch
c) Ratification by voters
d) Ratification by the judicial branch

Which of the following is NOT a responsibility of citizen?
a) pay taxes
b) register and vote
c) participate in campaigns
d) stay informed on current events

Which document establishes the structure of the current U.S. government?
a) U.S. Consitution
b) Declaration of Indpendence
c) Articles of Confederation
d) charters of the VA Company of London

Which of the following is a FALSE statement?
a) You do not have to know how to read English to become a citizen.
b) You can become a citizen by birth or naturalization.
c) Immigration has led to a diverse American society.
d) The 14th Amendment defines citizenship.

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