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Which amendment repealed Prohibition?
a) 18th Amendment
b) 21st Amendment
c) 27th Amendment
d) That was never an amendment.

19th Amendment
a) allowed all people to vote in any election in the United States regardless of their sex.
b) stopped force labor in the United States.
c) the right to a speedy trial of your peers.
d) stipulated that no President could serve more than two terms.

If you are 25, an American citizen for 7 years, and a resident of the state you represent, you can be
a) a member of the Senate.
b) a Supreme Court Judge.
c) a member of the House of Representatives.
d) the President.

Who has the power to impeach the President?
a) The people of the United States.
b) The Senate.
c) The Vice-President.
d) The President\\\'s Cabinet.

The main argument against the Bill of Rights was that
a) there was no need for them.
b) they were too radical.
c) no one could understand them.
d) they were tired and wanted t go home.

If you are 30 years old, a citizen for 9 years and a resident of the state you represent, you can be
a) in the House of Representatives.
b) on the Supreme Court.
c) the Vice- President of the United States.
d) a Senator in the United States Congress.

How long are the terms for the US Senate and House of Representatives respectively?
a) 2 years and 6 years respectively.
b) 6 years and 2 years respectively.
c) 4 years and 2 years respectively.
d) 2 years and 4 years respectively.

Who is the the "Father of the Constitution"
a) George Washington
b) Ben Franklin
c) Thomas Jefferson
d) James Madison

The Great Compromise was
a) never settled.
b) allowing the British to leave peacefully from Boston, instead of fighting them to the death.
c) 2 house legislature-1 of equal representation and the other based on population.
d) none of the choices.

How long did it take to ratify the Constitution?
a) 8 months
b) 1 year
c) 6 months
d) 7 months

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