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TEKS US History High School - H.23.A: Democratic Rights

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High School - U.S. History
Social Studies
Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)

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Social Studies
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H.23.A: Democratic Rights

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  • Q1
    What type of political activity is described in this scenario?
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    Protesting
    Boycotting
    Lobbying
    Recalling
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    H.23.A: Democratic Rights
  • Q2
    The Twenty-second Amendment was passed in response to which event?
    Bill Clinton's impeachment trial
    The resignation of Richard Nixon after Watergate
    Herbert Hoover's reelection defeat
    The election of Franklin D. Roosevelt to a fourth presidential term
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    H.23.A: Democratic Rights
  • Q3
    The goal of this resolution was eventually achieved with the -
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    signing of the Civil Rights Act
    creation of the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps
    ratification of the Nineteenth Amendment
    passage of Prohibition laws
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  • Q4
    This amendment gained support based on the belief that people should have the right to vote if they are old enough to -
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    be drafted into the military
    pay federal income taxes
    drive motorized vehicles
    serve as members of juries
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    H.23.A: Democratic Rights
  • Q5
    The Progressive goal to implement women's suffrage was accomplished by -
    a Supreme Court decision
    an executive order
    a constitutional amendment
    a national referendum
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    H.23.A: Democratic Rights
  • Q6
    Which of the following was implemented in 1913 to solve these problems?
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    Each state held party conventions in order to select senators
    Open primaries were used to limit the choices of senators who could be confirmed by state legislatures.
    A national referendum was held to standardize the procedures for selecting senators
    A constitutional amendment was ratified that required senators to be elected directly by popular vote.
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    H.23.A: Democratic Rights

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