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A Review Of The History Of The Declaration Of Independence.[print questions]

When was the Declaration of Independence signed?
a) September 18, 1787
b) January 1, 1776
c) July 4, 1776
d) July 14, 1789

How many states signed the Declaration of Independence?
a) 13
b) 12
c) 11
d) 10

Who wrote the Declaration of Independence?
a) Benjamin Franklin
b) George Washington
c) Thomas Jefferson
d) John Adams

All of the below are unalienable rights granted to all men EXCEPT:
a) Life
b) Liberty
c) Pursuit of Happiness
d) Vote

The King of England, King George, was referred to as an:
a) Honorable King
b) Absolute Tyrant
c) Enlightened Despot
d) Czar of England

Soldiers in peace time refers to:
a) Standing Army
b) Armstice
c) Negotiations
d) An alliance

Colonies absolved themselves from allegiance to the:
a) British Crown
b) Native Americans
c) France
d) Americas

The colonies mutually pledged to each other all of the below EXCEPT:
a) Loyalty the King
b) Lives
c) Fortunes
d) Sacred Honor

Freedom of religion, speech, and the press refers to this amendment:
a) First
b) Second
c) Third
d) Fourth

The government cannot take or search anyone's property without a written court order refers to this amendment:
a) Fifth
b) Tenth
c) Second
d) Fourth

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