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      In which part of the Constitution can the freedom of speech be found?
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      • Bill of Rights

      • Declaration of Independence

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      1. In which part of the Constitution can the freedom of speech be found?
        1. Article I
        2. Preamble
        3. Bill of Rights
        4. Declaration of Independence
      2. Which of the following is included in the Declaration of Independence?
        1. Freedom of speech
        2. Right to bear arms
        3. All men are created equal
        4. Right to an attorney
      3. How many years make up a single Senate term?
        1. 2 years
        2. 4 years
        3. 6 years
        4. 8 years
      4. What title is given to the head of a state's government?
        1. Mayor
        2. President
        3. Councilman
        4. Governor
      5. When was the Declaration of Independence signed?
        1. May 8, 1774
        2. July 4, 1776
        3. September 17, 1789
        4. November 11, 1791
      6. Which of the following amendments address voting rights?
        1. 13th, 14th, and 15th
        2. 15th, 19th, and 26th
        3. 19th, 22nd, and 24th
        4. 22nd, 23th, and 25th
      7. Who elects the president of the United States?
        1. The Voters
        2. The Congress
        3. The Electoral College
        4. The Supreme Court
      8. Who wrote the American national anthem?
        1. Thomas Jefferson
        2. Francis Scott Key
        3. Martin Luther King
        4. Patrick Henry
      9. What do the stars on the American flag symbolize?
        1. The US states
        2. The Articles of the Constitution
        3. The Founding Fathers
        4. The US presidents
      10. How many states are there in the United States today?
        1. 48
        2. 50
        3. 52
        4. 54
      11. Who makes the national laws in the United States?
        1. President
        2. Voters
        3. Congress
        4. Military
      12. What was the name of the ship that brought the Pigrims to America?
        1. Nina
        2. Queen Elizabeth
        3. Santa Maria
        4. Mayflower
      13. What holiday was celebrated for the first time by the American colonists?
        1. Christmas
        2. Memorial Day
        3. Thanksgiving
        4. Independence Day
      14. How many full terms can a US president serve?
        1. 2
        2. 4
        3. 6
        4. 8
      15. What is the national anthem of the United States?
        1. Oh Say Can You See
        2. America the Beautiful
        3. Hail to the Chief
        4. Star Spangled Banner
      16. Who said, "Give me liberty or give me death"?
        1. George Washington
        2. Martin Luther King
        3. Thomas Jefferson
        4. Patrick Henry
      17. Who was the primary author of the Declaration of Independence?
        1. Thomas Jefferson
        2. George Washington
        3. Benjamin Franklin
        4. Patrick Henry
      18. The US fought against which of the following countries during World War II?
        1. Germany, Italy, Japan
        2. Great Britain, Japan, France
        3. Afghanistan, Iraq, Saudi Arabia
        4. Spain, Germany, France
      19. How many Senators are there in the US Congress?
        1. 50
        2. 75
        3. 100
        4. 125
      20. What body meets in the US Capitol building?
        1. Supreme Court
        2. Congress
        3. Cabinet
        4. Armed Forces
      21. In which month does a new US president take office?
        1. January
        2. February
        3. November
        4. December
      22. What body heads the Judicial Branch of the US government?
        1. Congress
        2. Senate
        3. House of Representatives
        4. Supreme Court
      23. Who is the current Chief Justice of the US Supreme Court?
        1. Samuel Alito
        2. Clarence Thomas
        3. John Roberts
        4. Stephen Breyer
      24. Which of the following was the 50th American state?
        1. New Mexico
        2. Hawaii
        3. Alaska
        4. Puerto Rico
      25. Who is the current vice president of the United States?
        1. Joe Biden
        2. John McCain
        3. Dick Cheney
        4. Barack Obama
      26. Which of the following was the 49th American state?
        1. Puerto Rico
        2. Alaska
        3. New Mexico
        4. Hawaii
      27. What do Americans celebrate on the Fourth of July?
        1. Veterans Day
        2. Memorial Day
        3. Presidents Day
        4. Independence Day
      28. In the United States, who is responsible for signing a bill into law?
        1. Chief Justice
        2. President
        3. Speaker of the House
        4. Congress
      29. The US House of Representatives has how many voting members?
        1. 100
        2. 435
        3. 453
        4. 538
      30. Who elects the members of Congress?
        1. Electoral College
        2. Voters
        3. President
        4. State Legislatures
      31. What is the introduction to the Constitution called?
        1. Bill of Rights
        2. Magna Carta
        3. Preamble
        4. Articles of Confederation
      32. What kind of government does the United States have?
        1. Monarchy
        2. Dictatorship
        3. Commonwealth
        4. Republic
      33. How many terms may a US Senator serve?
        1. 1
        2. 2
        3. 10
        4. Unlimited
      34. How many years make up a single presidential term?
        1. 2 years
        2. 4 years
        3. 6 years
        4. 8 years
      35. Who was president of the United States during World War II?
        1. Abraham Lincoln
        2. Franklin Roosevelt
        3. Dwight Eisenhower
        4. John Kennedy
      36. Who was Martin Luther King, Jr.?
        1. Chief Justice of the Supreme Court
        2. President of the United States
        3. World War II hero
        4. Civil rights leader
      37. What do the stripes on the American flag symbolize?
        1. The Bill of Rights
        2. The amendments
        3. The original states
        4. The Articles of Confederation
      38. What is the Constitution?
        1. First ten amendments
        2. Supreme law of the United States
        3. An Executive Order
        4. Our declaration of independence
      39. What body makes up the Legislative Branch of the American government?
        1. Congress
        2. President
        3. Supreme Court
        4. Armed Services
      40. Who is the head of the Executive Branch of the US government?
        1. President
        2. Chief Justice
        3. Secretary of State
        4. Congress
      41. What do we call a change to the Constitution?
        1. Amendment
        2. Bill of Rights
        3. Preamble
        4. Articles of Confederation
      42. Who becomes president of the United States if the current president dies in office?
        1. Secretary of State
        2. Chief Justice
        3. Speaker of the House
        4. Vice President
      43. What are the first ten amendments to the US Constitution known as?
        1. Article of Confederation
        2. Bill of Rights
        3. Declaration of Indepedence
        4. Petition of Right
      44. What are the two major political parties in the US today?
        1. Republican and Green
        2. Democrat and Republican
        3. Green and Independent
        4. Independent and Democrat
      45. How many branches are there in the US government?
        1. 2
        2. 3
        3. 5
        4. 7
      46. What is the minimum voting age in the United States?
        1. 18
        2. 21
        3. 25
        4. 30
      47. Who becomes president of the US if both the current president and vice president die?
        1. Secretary of State
        2. Speaker of the House
        3. Chief Justice
        4. Security Advisor
      48. Which of the following serves as the Commander-in-Chief of the US armed forces?
        1. Speaker of the House
        2. Congress
        3. President
        4. Secretary of Defense
      49. Who was the first president of the United States?
        1. Thomas Jefferson
        2. John Adams
        3. George Washington
        4. Abraham Lincoln
      50. What is the supreme law of the United States?
        1. The Constitution
        2. The Bill of Rights
        3. The Declaration of Independence
        4. The Preamble
      51. From what nation did the American colonists win their independence?
        1. Great Britain
        2. France
        3. Soviet Union
        4. Germany
      52. In the United States, who has the power to delcare war?
        1. Congress
        2. Secretary of Defense
        3. Speaker of the House
        4. President
      53. How many stars are there on the current US flag?
        1. 43
        2. 50
        3. 52
        4. 61
      54. What title is given to the head of a city's government?
        1. Governor
        2. Mayor
        3. President
        4. Councilman
      55. Which of the following rights is protected by the First Amendment?
        1. Freedom of movement
        2. Right to bear arms
        3. Rights to an attorney
        4. Freedom of the press
      56. What is the primary responsibility of the US Supreme Court?
        1. To enforce the laws
        2. To make the laws
        3. To sign the laws
        4. To interpret the laws
      57. What building serves as the president's official home?
        1. Capitol
        2. Taj Mahal
        3. White House
        4. Empire State Building
      58. All American presidents must meet which of the following requirements?
        1. Natural born US citizen and college graduate
        2. College graduate and at least 35 years old
        3. Natural born US citizen and US resident for 14 years
        4. US resident for 14 years and college graduate
      59. Why did the Pilgrims come to America?
        1. To escape from war
        2. To gain religious freedom
        3. To find gold and fortune
        4. To meet the natives
      60. What two bodies make up the American Congress?
        1. President and Supreme Court
        2. Senate and House of Representatives
        3. Armed Forces and Cabinet
        4. State Governors and Military
      61. Who was president of the United States during the Civil War?
        1. George Washington
        2. John Adams
        3. Abraham Lincoln
        4. Franklin Roosevelt
      62. How many US Senators are elected from each state?
        1. 2
        2. 6
        3. 10
        4. 14
      63. How many changes, or amendments, have been made to the US Constitution?
        1. 10
        2. 13
        3. 27
        4. 48
      64. Which of the following bodies functions as the president's advisors?
        1. Cabinet
        2. Congress
        3. Supreme Court
        4. Armed Forces
      65. Which of the following describes one purpose of the United Nations?
        1. To resolve world problems without war
        2. To rule all nations under one leader
        3. To negotiate trade agreements among countries
        4. To oversee international athletic competitions
      66. In which month are US presidential elections held?
        1. May
        2. August
        3. October
        4. November
      67. The US Supreme Court has how many members?
        1. 7
        2. 9
        3. 100
        4. 435
      68. Who nominates judges for the US Supreme Court?
        1. Voters
        2. Congress
        3. President
        4. Governors
      69. How many years make up a single term in the House of Representatives?
        1. 2 years
        2. 4 years
        3. 6 years
        4. 8 years
      70. Who is the current president of the United States?
        1. Dick Cheney
        2. George Bush
        3. Barack Obama
        4. John McCain
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