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  • Q1
    Complete the diagram below: MAYFLOWER COMPACT -------> SELF GOVERNMENT MAGNA CARTA ------> ???????????
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    Natural Law
    Separation of Powers
    Limited Government
    Divine Right of Kings
  • Q2
    According to the Declaration of Independence, what is the main purpose of government?
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    To protect citizens rights to Life, Liberty, and Pursuit of Happiness.
    To create a strong national government.
    To protect the interests of the States.
    To provide for the common defense.
  • Q3
    Which of the following is a grievance expressed in the Declaration of Independence?
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    Not allowing colonist to practice religion.
    Impose taxes without consent of the people.
    Allowing colonists to sell tea to France.
    Making people join the military.
  • Q4
    Which Enlightenment philosopher influenced the following passage? "That all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights, ...Life, Liberty, Pursuit of Happiness" - Declaration of Independence
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    Thomas Paine
    Thomas Jefferson
    John Locke
    Baron de Montesquieu
  • Q5
    What document was influenced by the events depicted in the picture ?
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    The Declaration of Independence
    Magna Carta
    English Bill of Rights
    Mayflower Compact
  • Q6
    According to Thomas Jefferson, the author of the Declaration of Independence, what was the main purpose of government? (1) People are endowed by the Creator with certain unalienable rights. (2) Governments are made by men to protect these rights. (3) Governments get their power from the consent of the governed.
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    To establish federal system of government
    To protect people's Natural Rights
    To confirm checks and balances
    To provide Separation of Powers
  • Q7
    What did Shay's Rebellion demonstrate to the U.S. Articles of Confederation?
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    That the colonists were not to be trusted.
    That the Articles of Confederation were too weak.
    That the State governments were too strong.
    That more laws needed to be passed.
  • Q8
    What constitutional right is demonstrated in the photo?
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    13th Amendment No Slavery
    19th Amendment Womens' Right to Vote
    26th Amendment Changing voting age to 21
    1st Amendment Assemble, Speech, and Protest
  • Q9
    The 14th Amendment's "Equal Protection Clause" was used in which landmark Supreme Court case?
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    Brown v Board of Education
    Tinker v DesMoines
    Miranda v Arizona
    Marbury v Madison
  • Q10
    Which of the following would be an example of Foreign Policy issue?
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    Congress passes new laws on speed regulation on interstate highways.
    The President organizes an agreement between Russia and United States.
    President signs an executive order closing a nuclear power plant in Georgia.
    Congress changes the naturalization laws for immigrants.
  • Q11
    What do an AUTOCRACY and an ABSOLUTE MONARCHY have in common?
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    both are ruled by a few people
    both are ruled by one person
    both are ruled by the people
    both are ruled by a political party
  • Q12
    Which of the following is NOT a true statement regarding the US Constitution and Florida Constitution?
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    The Florida Constitution is easier to amend than the U.S. Constitution.
    The U.S. Constitution has a Bill of Rights and the Florida Constitution has a Declaration of Rights, both protect people's rights.
    U.S. Constitution and the Florida Constitution amendment process are the same.
    The U.S. Constitution and Florida Constitution both have 3 branches.
  • Q13
    What is needed to pass an Amendment in the U.S. Constitution?
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    2/3 vote of Congress and 3/4 vote of all States
    50% vote of Congress and Majority of States
    3/5 vote of States and 100% of individual votes
    3/4 vote of Congress and 3/4 vote of all States
  • Q14
    What Civil Rights Amendment helped minorities vote?
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    9th Amendment
    13th Amendment
    24th Amendment
    26th Amendment
  • Q15
    Which of the following IS NOT an Obligation of being a Citizen?
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    Paying taxes
    Obeying the law
    Registering for the Selective Service

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