Some of the 100 Questions Scrambled by 81a2A3IL

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									 Some of the
100 Questions


   Scrambled



 by Don Fisher
Question 4


What is an amendment?



    a change to the Constitution

   an addition to the Constitution
Question 41
Under our Constitution,
some powers belong to
the federal government.
What is one power of the
federal government?
    to print money,
     to declare war,
   to create an army,
    to make treaties
Question 84
What movement tried to end
racial discrimination?




     the civil rights movement
Question 61
Why did the colonists fight the
British?




     because of high taxes
     because the British army
     stayed in their homes
     because they didn’t have
     self-government
 Question 53
 What is one promise you make when
 you become a United States citizen?




•give up loyalty to     •serve in the U.S.
other countries         military (if needed)
•defend the             •serve (do important
Constitution and laws   work for) the nation
of the United States    (if needed)
•obey the laws of the   •be loyal to the
United States           United States
 Question 58
 What is one reason colonists
 came to America?




•freedom             •economic opportunity
•political liberty   •practice their religion
•religious freedom   •escape persecution
Question 91
Name one U.S. territory.




           Puerto Rico
        U.S. Virgin Islands
         American Samoa
     Northern Mariana Islands
              Guam
Question 36
What are two Cabinet-level
positions?
     Secretary of Agriculture
     Secretary of Commerce
     Secretary of Defense
     Secretary of Education
     Secretary of Energy
     Secretary of Health & Human Services
     Secretary of Homeland Security
     Secretary of Housing & Urban Development
Question 36
What are two Cabinet-level
positions? Secretary of Interior
              Secretary of Labor
              Secretary of State
              Secretary of Transportation
              Secretary of Treasury
              Secretary of Veterans Affairs
              Attorney General
              Vice President
Question 48
There are four
amendments to the
Constitution about
who can vote.
Describe one of them.

Citizens 18 and older can vote.
You don’t have to pay to vote.
Any citizen can vote. (men and women)
A male citizen of any race can vote.
Question 68
What is one thing Benjamin
Franklin is famous for?
              •U.S. diplomat
              •writer of “Poor Richard’s
              Almanac”
              •oldest member of the
              Constitutional Convention
              •started the first free
              libraries
              •first Postmaster General
              of the United States
Question 78
Name one war fought by the
United States during the 1900’s.


•World War 1
•World War 2
•Korean War
•Vietnam War
•(Persian) Gulf War
Question 49


What is one responsibility that
is only for United States
citizens?




              serve on a jury
                   vote
Question 100        •New Year’s Day

Name two national   •Martin Luther King,
                    Jr. Day
U.S. holidays.
                    •Presidents’ Day
                    •Memorial Day
                    •Independence Day
                    •Labor Day
                    •Columbus Day
                    •Veterans Day
                    •Thanksgiving Day
                    •Christmas
Question 95
Where is the Statue of Liberty?
                 New York Harbor
                  Liberty Island
Question 42
Under our Constitution, some
powers belong to the states.
What is one power of the
state?



              provide schooling and education
              provide protection (police)
              provide safety (fire department)
              give a driver's license
              approve zoning and land use
Question 98
What is the name of the
national anthem?




      The Star-Spangled Banner
Question 50
Name one right only for
United States citizens?




              Vote in a federal election,
              Run for office,
Question 51
What are two rights of everyone
living in the United States?




•freedom of
expression
•freedom to petition   •freedom of worship
the government         •freedom of assembly
•freedom of speech     •the right to bear arms
Question 6


What is one right or freedom
from the First Amendment?
    speech, religion, assembly,
  press, petition the government
 Question 55
 What are two ways that Americans
 can participate in their democracy?
                        •give an elected
                        official your opinion
•vote
                        on an issue
•join a political party
                        •call Senators and
•help with a campaign
                        Representatives
•join a civic group
                        •publicly support or
•join a community
                        oppose an issue or
group
                        policy
                        •run for office
                        •write to a newspaper
Question 5


What do we call the first ten
amendments to the
Constitution? the Bill of Rights
Question 74
Name one problem that led to
the Civil War.




     •slavery
•economic reasons
  •states’ rights

								
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