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Grade 11 Democratic Foundations
Grade 5 Democratic Foundations

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Grade 2 US Laws and Amendments
The Constitution is
  1. the written plan that our government must follow
  2. a good book
  3. an old paper written by Christopher Columbus
  4. a new law
Grade 4 Democratic Foundations
The Constitution is the
  1. lowest law.
  2. same law.
  3. highest law.
Grade 11 Democratic Foundations
Grade 4 Social Studies Words
a government in which a parliament oversees the power of a king or queen
  1. constitution
  2. republic
  3. territories
  4. constitutional monarchy
Grade 4 US Government
What does "ratify the Constitution" mean?
  1. Change the Constitution
  2. Keep the Constitution the same
  3. Vote on the Constitution
  4. Approve the Constitution
Grade 7 Virginia
The form of government of the Commonwealth of Virginia is established by the.....
  1. U.S Constitution
  2. Executive branch
  3. The state
  4. Virginia Constitution
Grade 7 The Frontier
The Mexican constitution that put Texas in a state with Coahuila
  1. Constitution of 1824
  2. Constitution of 1826
  3. Constitution of 1836
  4. Coahuila y Tejas
Grade 12 US Laws and Amendments
The absence of government; lawlessness; in some cases political disorder.
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  1. Democracy
  2. Constitutional Monarchy
  3. Constitutional Government
  4. Anarchy
Grade 9 Democratic Foundations
Grade 12 US Government

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Grade 3 US Government
What is a constitution?
  1. a law
  2. rules people to follow
  3. a plan of government
Grade 11 Vocabulary
CONSTITUTION means
  1. readily perceived by the senses and especially by the sense of sight
  2. worthy of or causing disgust or hatred : detestable
  3. the act of harassing or irritating: troubling
  4. the physical makeup of the individual especially with respect to the health, strength, and appearance of the body
Grade 12 US Laws and Amendments
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
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