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US Government Questions - All Grades

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The US Government questions below are in the following grade levels: Kindergarten
Grades: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 College Graduate Continuing Education
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Grade 11 :: US Government by lilyputman
Grade 11 :: US Government by lilyputman
Grade 11 :: US Government by lilyputman
Which one is NOT a power the president has?
  1. acting as commander and chief of the military
  2. appointing Supreme Court justices
  3. declare war
  4. declaring when the federal workforce will observe holidays
Grade 2 :: US Government by cjdolce
Grade 1 :: US Government by NellieCF
Examples of responsibilities of citizens include:
  1. respect the rights of others
  2. vote for leaders
  3. help make the community a better place
  4. all of the above
Grade 2 :: US Government by cjdolce
Grade 2 :: US Government by cjdolce
Grade 9 :: US Government by skwelsh2
Grade 9 :: US Government by skwelsh2
Grade 9 :: US Government by skwelsh2
Dividing power among several branches of government is known as                       .
  1. a constitution
  2. the rule of law
  3. separation of power
  4. consent of the governed
Grade 9 :: US Government by skwelsh2
Grade 9 :: US Government by skwelsh2
The rulebook for a country's government is                        
  1. the rule of law
  2. separation of power
  3. consent of the governed
  4. a constitution
Grade 9 :: US Government by skwelsh2
When citizens give their permission to be goverened it is known as                        
  1. consent of the governed
  2. a constitution
  3. the rule of law
  4. separation of power
Grade 9 :: US Government by skwelsh2
Protecting the rights of small or unpopular groups is known as                        
  1. Consent of the governed
  2. rights of the minority
  3. a constitution
  4. the rule of law
Grade 5 :: US Government by LizBrown2
Common Good is                      .
  1. actions good for some
  2. actions good for none
  3. actions good for all
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