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Grade 1 :: US Government by NellieCF
A mayor is the leader of:
  1. a school
  2. our country
  3. our city
Grade 9 :: Legislative Branch by Chad1117
Grade 9 :: Legislative Branch by skwelsh2
Grade 5 :: US Government by EmWhite88
The first 10 amendments are known as what?
  1. things
  2. laws
  3. Bill of Rights
Grade 2 :: US Government by TomStucker
Grade 12 :: Executive Branch by tysprice
What role of the President involves him having final say in wartime decisions?
  1. Commander in Chief
  2. Chief Agenda Setter
  3. Chief Executive
  4. Representative of the Nation
Grade 12 :: US Laws and Amendments by vrs5026
The U.S. Constitution
  1. sets limits within which our government operates
  2. grants it's citizens freedom
  3. provides for a limited monarchy
  4. can never be changed
Grade 4 :: Legislative Branch by kdm0007
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 10 :: US Government by Kathleen148
Grade 1 :: US Government by NellieCF
Grade 9 :: US Government by EmilyMae
In the United States, citizens do NOT have the right to
  1. make choices about their lives
  2. have a fair trial
  3. make decisions that take away certain rights from others
  4. vote in elections
Grade 12 :: US Government by scuba
Voter turnout increases as age, income, and what increase?
  1. Education
  2. Work Experience
  3. Maturity
  4. Popularity
Grade 2 :: US Government by TomStucker
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