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Grade 12 Rhetoric and Propaganda CCSS: CCRA.R.3, RI.11-12.3

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FDR groups the four freedoms into two different groups. They are...
  1. Freedom to and Freedom from
  2. Freedom from and Freedom with
  3. Freedom in the U.S. and Freedom abroad
  4. Personal freedom and National freedom
Grade 5 US Laws and Amendments
Which of the following is NOT a basic right to all citizens of the United States?
  1. freedom of religion
  2. freedom to assemble
  3. freedom of speech
  4. freedom of labor
Grade 8 Democratic Foundations
Which of the following is NOT one of the freedoms covered under the First Amendment?
  1. Freedom of Religion
  2. Freedom of Speech
  3. Freedom of Education
  4. Freedom to Petition
Grade 12 Great Depression
Which of the following is not one of the four freedoms Franklin Roosevelt described and fought for during his term in office?
  1. Freedom from fear
  2. Freedom from want
  3. Freedom of equality
  4. Freedom of religion
  5. Freedom of speech
Grade 6 Colonial Period
Grade 12 Civil Rights
Carmichael founded his own political party called                     .
  1. Freedom Party
  2. Freedom Organization
  3. Green Party
  4. Freedom Ride
Grade 6 Defining Words
room for freedom:
  1. relic
  2. receptacle
  3. leeway
  4. replenish
Grade 5 Enlightenment
The "Natural Rights" John Locke believed in were:
  1. freedom of speech, the press, and religion
  2. freedom, right to own property, and religion
  3. life, freedom, and freedom of religion
  4. life, freedom, and the right to own property
Grade 3 Civil Rights
What did Dr. King fight for?
  1. freedom of speech only
  2. freedom for voting only
  3. freedom for some people to be treated equally
  4. freedom for ALL people to be treated equally
Grade 8 Democracy
What is the topic/subject of the poem "Democracy" by Langston Hughes?
  1. fight for your freedom
  2. democracy/freedom
  3. freedom is no good if you are dead
  4. it is important to vote
Grade 10 US Government
What is freedom of religion?
  1. You can practice any religion
  2. You can not practice a religion
  3. You can practice only Christian religions
  4. Both a and b
Grade 7 English as a Second Language ESL
To have your freedom
  1. independence
  2. revolution
  3. propaganda
  4. impress (ed)
  5. smuggling
Grade 4 Teachings of the Bible
Grade 9 US Government
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