Citizenship Quiz

Declaration of Independence
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1. What is self government?

Any citizen over 18 can vote.
Power comes from the people.
Leaders must obey the law.
Only the President can veto a bill.

2. What do we call changes to the Constitution?

Amendments
Natural changes
Privileges
Legal defenses

3. What do we call the first ten amendments to the Constitution?

The Ten Amendments
The Bill of Rights
The Ten Rights
The Amendments Bill

4. Which is one right from the First Amendment?

Bear arms
Women’s rights
Vote
Freedom of religion

5. How many amendments does the Constitution have?

10
17
20
27

6. What does freedom of religion mean?

You can practice any religion you want, or not practice at all.
Religious institutions may not collect money from the people attending services.
Religion must be practiced, but the choice of religion is up to you
Religious institutions are provided buildings free of charge.

7. What are the three branches or parts of the government?

Executive, legal, the President
Executive, legislative, and judicial
Judicial, police, courts
Legislative, courts, police

8. What are the two parts of the United States Congress?

The Senate and the Supreme Court
The House (of Representatives) and the Supreme Court
The Senate and House (of Representatives)
The House (of Representatives) and the Speaker of the House

9. How many United States Senators are there?

68 Senators
75 Senators
86 Senators
100
Senators

10. We elect a U. S. Senator for how many years?

2 Years
4 Years
6 Years
8 Years




 

 

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