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Practice EOC #1

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  • Q1
    Which Enlightenment thinker argued that all people were born equal and had natural rights to life, liberty, and property?
    Baron de Montesquieu
    Thomas Hobbes
    John Locke
    Jean-Jacques Rousseau
  • Q2
    Use the quotation to answer the question. Which statement best expresses how the Magna Carta shaped the colonists’ views of government?
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    They believed that citizens should be able to petition the government for changes in laws.
    They expected the government to protect free speech and property rights.
    The supported the three branches of government
    They believed leaders should obey the law and that citizens had a right to a trial by jury.
  • Q3
    Use the information in the box to answer the question. What is the correct sequence of events?
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    2, 1, 4, 3
    1, 2, 4, 3
    2, 3, 4, 1
    4, 2, 3, 1
  • Q4
    The Declaration of Independence lists of number of offenses committed by the British king against the American colonists. Which of the following offenses refers to a protection first established by the Magna Carta?
    “For cutting off our Trade with all parts of the world”
    “For transporting us beyond Seas to be tried for pretended offense”
    “For depriving us in many cases, of the benefits of Trial by Jury”
    “For imposing Taxes on us without our Consent”
  • Q5
    According to the Declaration of Independence, what is the main purpose of government?
    To protect the interests of the states
    To protect citizens’ rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness
    To provide for common defense and promote the general welfare
    To create a strong national government
  • Q6
    Use the diagram to answer the question. What term correctly completes the diagram?
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    Magna Carta
    Bill of Rights
    Articles of Confederation
    Mayflower Compact
  • Q7
    Use the quotation to answer the question. What does the phrase “to ourselves and our Posterity” suggest about the Founding Fathers’ goals?
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    They wanted to create a lasting government that future Americans would benefit from.
    They aimed to create a strong government, independent of the will of the people.
    They wanted to create a social contract that future Americans could not break.
    They were willing to sacrifice their liberty for the benefit of their children
  • Q8
    Use the diagram to answer the question. Which of the following completes the diagram?
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    The Supreme Court can declare executive acts unconstitutional.
    The Supreme Court can appoint federal judges.
    The Supreme Court can grant reprieves and pardons for federal crimes.
    The Supreme Court can declare acts of Congress unconstitutional.
  • Q9
    A politician has a picture taken of him mowing the yard. Which propaganda technique is being used?
    Name Calling
    Plain Folks Appeal
    Glittering Generalities
  • Q10
    What is one way that the rule of law has influenced the development of the American legal system?
    All people, including politicians and other leaders, must enact fair laws.
    Penalties for violating civil laws are more severe than for violating criminal laws
    Defendants are guilty until proven innocent
    Elected officials must obey constitutional laws but not statutory laws
  • Q11
    What is the best example of a criminal law?
    Law created by a state agency
    Law governing speed limits
    Law setting election dates
    Law protecting individual rights
  • Q12
    Which of the following terms is defined as the legal process of becoming a U.S. citizen?
  • Q13
    Why does the government require qualified 18-year-old males to register for military service?
    To allow the government to quickly draft them in times of crisis
    To ensure that they are also registered to vote
    To provide jobs for more people
    To provide money to pay for government services
  • Q14
    Use the diagram to answer the question. Duties of citizenship are things we must do. Responsibilities of citizenship are things we should do. Which duty of citizenship is missing from the diagram?
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    Paying taxes
    Volunteering in the community
    Being informed
  • Q15
    Which of the following is the most likely reason that an individual might volunteer with a political campaign?
    To appear in the media
    To avoid having to vote
    To influence the election
    To earn money

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