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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 2 :: US Government by TomStucker
Grade 6 :: Judicial Branch by sbooker
Which branch of government can declare a law unconstitutional?
  1. legislative branch
  2. judicial branch
  3. executive branch
Grade 6 :: US Laws and Amendments by tdlovelady
What does the Bill of Rights describe?
  1. how the Constitution was created
  2. the rights of every citizen
  3. murder was only lawful in certain states
  4. what to do when a state leaves the union
Grade 6 :: Executive Branch by tdlovelady
What does the cabinet do?
  1. hold the dishes for the president
  2. advises the president
  3. keeps his suits
  4. protects him when he hides in it
Grade 6 :: Executive Branch by tdlovelady
Who can use a veto to reject a law passed by Congress?
  1. the Congress
  2. the President
  3. the House of Representatives
  4. the Framers of the Constitution
Grade 6 :: US Laws and Amendments by tdlovelady
According to Thomas Jefferson, what purpose would a bill of rights serve?
  1. to free the slaves from Egypt
  2. to protect the people from the government
  3. to make sure the whites were free
  4. to send all the blacks back to Africa
Grade 6 :: US Laws and Amendments by tdlovelady
What does the twenty-second amendment stand for?
  1. abolition of slavery
  2. limitation of congress to raise their own salaries
  3. limitation of presidential term of office
  4. right to be free from unreasonable search and seizures
Grade 6 :: US Laws and Amendments by tdlovelady
Grade 6 :: US Government by tdlovelady
A principle that is a disagreement, everyone will accept the decision of the majority.
  1. majority rule
  2. federal
  3. concurrent powers
  4. separation of powers
Grade 6 :: US Laws and Amendments by tdlovelady
The Nineteenth Amendment allowed
  1. voting for women
  2. federal income tax
  3. direct election of senators
  4. prohibition of liquor
Grade 6 :: Legislative Branch by tdlovelady
Grade 6 :: US Government by tdlovelady
This refers to the national government.
  1. state
  2. local
  3. federal
  4. municipal
Grade 6 :: US Government by tdlovelady
Grade 6 :: US Laws and Amendments by tdlovelady
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