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1. When you buy a U.S. government savings bond, you're doing so under the power given to Congress to

A. regulate commerce.

B. levy taxes.

C. print and coin money.

D. borrow money.

2. Suppose you're an attorney. In a case you're presenting to a federal court, you argue that the person you're defending suffered cruel and unusual punishment. Which Amendment of the Constitution should you cite?

A. Amendment III

B. Amendment IV

C. Amendment VIII

D. Amendment IX

3. Which one of the following statements is accurate for the Articles of Confederation?

A. There was no president.

B. There was only one central court.

C. Interstate commerce could be regulated.

D. Each state could veto a presidential decision.

4. The process by which the Constitution was approved by the states is known as

A. vetoing.

B. levying.

C. ratification.

D. impeachment.

5. The governmental body responsible for interpreting the Constitution is the

A. Supreme Court.

B. Senate.

C. House of Representatives.

D. president.

6. Suppose a bill has passed both the House and the Senate. It goes to the president at the beginning of the annual session of Congress. The president doesn't sign the bill but holds it for more than 10 days. What happens to the bill?

A. It becomes law.

B. It has been vetoed.

C. It cannot become law, but it has not been vetoed.

D. It becomes law only if two-thirds of the House and Senate vote for it.

7. The original purpose of the Constitutional Convention of 1787 was to

A. elect the first president of the United States.

B. revise the Articles of Confederation.

C. solve the slavery issue.

D. develop the principle of states' rights.

8. The purpose of the Constitution is presented in the

A. Articles.

B. Amendments.

C. Bill of Rights.

D. Preamble.

9. What Supreme Court case established the principle of judicial review?

A. Marbury v. Madison

B. Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka Kansas

C. Plessy v. Ferguson

D. Heart of Atlanta Hotel v. United States

10. An agreement to count slaves as three-fifths of a person was related to

A. the way in which population would be counted in each state.

B. the denial of African Americans the right to vote.

C. the number of Senators each state would have.

D. the creation of an upper and a lower house in Congress.

11. Suppose that a woman named Harriet Miller comes before the judge in a pretrial hearing. She's charged with stealing thousands of dollars from her employer. She pleads guilty. What are Harriet's rights under the Sixth Amendment?

A. Harriet won't stand trial but will be sentenced by the judge.

B. Harriet is guaranteed to a speedy trial.

C. Harriet's case must go before a grand jury.

D. Harriet doesn't have to be informed of the charge brought against her.

12. The man who served as president of the Constitutional Convention was

A. Alexander Hamilton.

B. Thomas Jefferson.

C. James Madison.

D. George Washington.

13. In 1786, Virginians called a convention in Annapolis to discuss problems with the

A. Articles of Confederation.

B. Declaration of Independence.

C. Constitution.

D. Bill of Rights.

14. You feel every citizen has the right to own a gun. If you argue for that right based on the Constitution, you're most likely to refer to

A. Amendment I.

B. Amendment II.

C. Amendment IV.

D. Amendment VI.

15. The New Jersey plan called for

A. a strong president.

B. abandoning the Articles of Confederation.

C. the abolition of slavery.

D. equal representation for all states in the Congress.

16. Controls given to one branch of government to limit the power of another branch are known as

A. popular sovereignty.

B. appellate jurisdiction.

C. checks and balances.

D. basic rights.

17. What was the main purpose of the Thirteenth Amendment?

A. It guaranteed the right to vote regardless of race.

B. It gave women the right to vote.

C. It overturned the Three-Fifths Compromise.

D. It abolished slavery.

18. Suppose Briscoe Cole is found not guilty of murder in a fair jury trial. Later, evidence comes to light that Briscoe may have been guilty. Under the _______ principle of the Fifth Amendment, Briscoe can't be tried again for that same crime.

A. impeachment

B. grand jury

C. due process

D. double jeopardy

19. John Quincy has been a citizen of the United States for 8 years. He is 27 years old. If John decides to run for Congress, what are his options?

A. He can run for the Senate, but not the House.

B. He can't run for the House or the Senate for at least one more year.

C. He can run for the House, but not the Sen

5 Answers

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
    Favorite Answer

    Wrong they alll are not C

    number 14 is b...


















    18.d or c ?


    Source(s): i finshed this chapter b4 and got an A+ on my final... i just spent twelve minutes of my homework time doing this for u ur in eighth grade... i no this because of the questions u r asking....
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  • 5 years ago

    you do understand that they different formats of the test, they all have the same questions and answers but not in the same order questions and answer 986037 is the format for my test but im more then positive not every one has the same test format. so plz stop posting all the answers for the test (exp 1.A 2.b 3.c) because you only have a 62% chance of getting the same test.

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  • Lauren
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

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  • 1 decade ago

    I think that theyre all C like the other guy said. lmao

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  • 1 decade ago

    all C trust me

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