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What did Ruth Bader Ginsburg inspire in future generations of women?
  1. Apathy towards gender equality
  2. A commitment to gender equality
  3. A lack of interest in legal careers
  4. A belief that women cannot achieve great things
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How did Ruth Bader Ginsburg's legacy impact women in the legal profession?
  1. It had no impact
  2. It discouraged women from pursuing legal careers
  3. It helped to break down barriers for women in the legal profession
  4. It limited women's opportunities in the legal profession
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What did Ruth Bader Ginsburg do to break down barriers for women in the legal profession?
  1. Nothing
  2. She argued for gender discrimination in the law
  3. She paved the way for future generations of women to pursue legal careers
  4. She discouraged women from pursuing legal careers
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What did Ruth Bader Ginsburg believe about access to reproductive healthcare?
  1. It is not important
  2. It is essential to women's health and autonomy
  3. It should be limited
  4. It is irrelevant
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What was Ruth Bader Ginsburg's stance on reproductive rights?
  1. She opposed reproductive rights
  2. She was neutral towards reproductive rights
  3. She defended reproductive rights
  4. She was unsure about reproductive rights
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What did Ruth Bader Ginsburg's career path demonstrate about women's potential?
  1. Women have limited potential
  2. Women can only achieve certain things
  3. Women have the potential to achieve great things
  4. Women's potential is irrelevant
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What did Ruth Bader Ginsburg believe about women's aspirations and ambitions?
  1. Women should not have any aspirations or ambitions
  2. Women's aspirations and ambitions should be limited
  3. Women should be free to pursue their own aspirations and ambitions
  4. Women's aspirations and ambitions are not important
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What was Ruth Bader Ginsburg's stance on gender stereotypes and traditional gender roles?
  1. She supported them
  2. She was neutral towards them
  3. She challenged them
  4. She was unsure about them
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What type of cases did Ruth Bader Ginsburg argue before the Supreme Court?
  1. Tax law
  2. Immigration law
  3. Gender discrimination law
  4. Environmental law
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What was Ruth Bader Ginsburg's primary focus as a lawyer and Supreme Court Justice?
  1. Civil rights for all Americans
  2. Gender equality in the law
  3. Criminal justice reform
  4. Immigration policy reform
None Industrialization
None Democratic Foundations
Anti-Federalists:
  1. Don't like the constitution
  2. Fear a stong central government
  3. Demanded a list of rights
  4. All of the above
None The Frontier
None Great Depression
Eventually Hoover realized that the government needs to step in and one of the ideas he had was?
  1. Businesses should keep wages the same
  2. Everyone should move to Canada
  3. Every man for themselves
  4. He believed that the government should do nothing
None American Revolution
How many American colonies became states?
  1. nine
  2. sixteen
  3. twelve
  4. thirteen
None The Frontier
Who was the commander of Texans Army at the Alamo?
  1. Davy Crockett
  2. William B. Travis
  3. James Bowie
  4. Sam Houston
None The Presidents
Which President was responsible for the Alien and Sedition Acts?
  1. Thomas Jefferson
  2. John Adams
  3. John Quincy Adams
  4. Andrew Jackson
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