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This man wrote the Two Treatises of Government:
a) Thomas Hobbes
b) Thomas Jefferson
c) John Locke
d) Aristotle

These are the first 10 amendments to the Constitution:
a) Bill of Rights
b) Articles
c) Declaration of the Rights of Man
d) Articles of Confederation

This is the form of democracy found in the United States:
a) Direct democracy
b) Representative democracy
c) Parliamentary democracy
d) Absolute democracy

If you believe that Congress had the right to chater the 2nd Bank of the United States, then you believe in:
a) Loose construction
b) Judicial restraint
c) Federalism
d) Strict construction

If you are registered to vote or if you have a driver's license, you might be called to:
a) Pay taxes
b) Include your political party on your license
c) Carpool with coworkers
d) Participate in jury duty

Who is the current chief justice of the United States?
a) Clarence Thomas
b) John Roberts
c) Thurgood Marshall
d) Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Who was the only president to serve more than 2 terms as president?
a) Franklin D. Roosevelt
b) Abraham Lincoln
c) Grover Cleveland
d) Teddy Roosevelt

He was one of the authors of the Federalist Papers:
a) Patrick Henry
b) George Washington
c) Alexander Hamilton
d) Aaron Burr

This is the nickname of the necessary and proper clause:
a) Urgency Clause
b) Requirement Clause
c) Supremacy Clause
d) Elastic Clause

This is a tactic senators use to stall a bill and prevent it from becoming law:
a) Filibuster
b) Cloture
c) Veto power
d) Exceutive Privilege

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