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  • Q1
    The right to counsel, which is guaranteed to a person arrested for committing a crime means the right to be.
    protected against self-incrimination.
    free from being tried twice for the same crime.
    represented by a lawyer.
    protected against search and seizure.
  • Q2
    Which of the following best describes the way in which the United States Constitution assigns governmental power?
    It assigns it entirely to the states.
    It divides it between the states and the federal courts.
    It divides it between the states and the national government.
    It assigns it entirely to the national government.
  • Q3
    According to the United States Constitution, which of the following has the power to declare war?
    United Nations
    United States Congress
    Joint Chiefs of Staff
    United States Supreme Court
  • Q4
    The procedure by which a candidate is nominated for President of the United States is established by.
    Congressional legislation.
    the Bill of Rights.
    political parties.
    the United States Constitution.
  • Q5
    Which of the following is the best argument that a single-member district system is better than a proportional representation system?
    Voters will make wiser choices if they focus on national issues, as they do in single-member district systems, rather than on local issues, as they tend to do in proportional representation systems.
    Single-member district systems are better at representing the interests of minorities.
    Voters should make choices about individual candidates, as they do in single-member district systems, rather than simply vote for a party.
    Single-member district systems lead to stronger political parties, which are good for democracy.
  • Q6
    In the mid-nineteenth century, before railroads were constructed, people in the United States transported commercial materials, such as timber and coal, over long distances primarily by means of.
    rivers and canals.
    ox carts and Conestoga wagons.
    pack horses and mule trains.
    turnpikes and freeways.
  • Q7
    A consequence of Prohibition was.
    the growth of organized crime.
    the turning of public attention to pressing international issues.
    the failure of the Republicans in the 1928 presidential election.
    widespread popular support for further moral reform.
  • Q8
    President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s goal in supporting the Lend-Lease Act of 1941 was to.
    use foreign investment as a way of stimulating the American economy.
    maintain an isolationist stance by providing only limited aid to both sides in the European conflict.
    encourage Japanese Americans to relocate voluntarily.
    assist Britain’s war effort without violating United States neutrality laws.
  • Q9
    In the 1970s the United States economy was directly affected by.
    a rapid decline in prices of consumer goods.
    an overall decline in international trade.
    an increase in the cost of solar energy.
    a sharp increase in the price of oil.
  • Q10
    The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and the Warsaw Pact are best described as two.
    bodies established by the United Nations to promote peace within multi ethnic European countries such as Czechoslovakia and Yugoslavia.
    organizations founded by the European Economic Community to promote trade between Europe and the United States.
    military organizations made up, respectively, of the United States and its allies and the Soviet Union and its allies during the Cold War.
    treaties negotiated between the allies and the Central Powers at Versailles after the First World War.

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