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How many parts of the government are there?
a) 2
b) 3
c) 1
d) 4

What does the Congress do?
a) Make the laws.
b) Veto the laws.
c) Decide what the law means when there are questions.
d) Enforces the laws.

How old does the President have to be before he can be elected?
a) 21
b) 50
c) 75
d) 35

What does the Constitiution do?
a) It helps the President veto laws.
b) It helps the courts make laws.
c) It says how the government will work.
d) It gives the President a headache.

Does the President have to be born in this country?
a) No
b) Only if he is adopted.
c) Yes
d) Maybe.

What does the Bill of Rights protect?
a) It protects your home.
b) It protects your right to believe in God.
c) It protects your right to speak out your opinion.
d) All the above.

Who was a famous person who signed the Constitution?
a) John Hancock
b) George Bush
c) Justin Bieber
d) Missy Wade

What is the person in charge of a city called?
a) President
b) mayor
c) Governor
d) Congress

What is the person in charge of a state called?
a) President
b) mayor
c) Congress
d) Governor

Where does the President live?
a) Purple House
b) Statue of Liberty
c) White House
d) Lincoln Memorial

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