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US constitution
questions
many
anti-federalists opposed the constitution during the ratification debates due
its lack of a bill of rights.
1. True
2. False
the principle
that each of the three branches of government should be distinct and have
authority over their aspect of government is called:
1. Federalism
2. Separation of
Powers
3. Republicanism
4. Checks and
Balance
the first ten
amendments to the u.s. constitution are referred to as the:
1. Charter of
Rights and Freedoms
2. Bill of Rights
3. Magna Carta
4. Civil Rights
and Civil Liberties
slavery is
prohibited in the united states by the 14th amendment to the u.s. constitution.
1. True
2. False
who serves as the
president of the senate according to article i of the u.s. constitution?
1. The Chief
Justice of Supreme Court
2. The vice
president
3. The senate
Majority Leader
4. The oldest
member of the senate
the new jersey
plan at the constitutional convention called for a legislature where ____.
1. The seats were
allocated by population
2. The seats were
given equally to each state
3. Half the seats
were by population, the other half were equal to each state
4. None of the
above
the articles of
confederation differed from the constitution in that it had __ branch(es) of
government.
1. 2
2. 1
3. 3
4. 5
Alexander
Hamilton and James Madison were the primary authors of the federalist papers.
1. True
2. False
According to
Article V.______of both houses of congress must vote to propose a
constitutional amendment and sent it to the state for ratification.
1. A majority
2. s
3. 2/3rds
4. None of the
above
which article of
the u.s. constitution relates to the powers, obligations, and privileges for
states?
1. Article IV
2. Article V
3. Article III
4. Article VI
the u.s.
constitution has a preamble and ___ articles.
1. 5
2. 6
3. 8
4. 7
According to
article II pf the constitution, the ____elects the president of the United
States.
1. People
2. Senate
3. Electoral
college
4. House of
representative
how many states
needed to ratify the constitution for it to come into full force in all 13
states?
1. 13
2. 9
3. 11
4. 10
the right to vote
for women in the united states was guaranteed by the ____ amendment to the u.s.
constitution
1. 14th
2. 18th
3. 21st
4. 19th
The third
amendment to the U.S. Constitution explicitly prohibits what?
1. Unreasonable
search and seizures
2. Quartering of
soldiers
3.
Self-incrimination
4. Excessive bail
or fines
which article of
the u.s. constitution bans religious tests for federal public office?
1. Article IV
2. Article II
3. Article VI
4. Article V
where is the
power of judicial review given to federal courts in the constitution?
1. Article I
2. Article III
3. Article II
4. It is not in
the constitution
the constitution
was largely conceived, drafted and written by:
1. George
Washington
2. Thomas
Jefferson
3. John Adams
4. James Madison
article vii
proscribes the process of ratifying the constitution. it established
that_____would be the body responsible for ratification.
1. State
legislatures
2. Senate
3. State
ratifying convention
4. State courts
according to the
article i of the u.s. constitution, congress has the power to:
1. Declare war
2. Raise taxes
3. Coin money
4. All of the
above
which amendment
to the u.s. constitution forbids cruel and unusual punishments?
1. 4th
2. 7th
3. 6th
4. 8thUS constitution
questionsmany
anti-federalists opposed the constitution during the ratification debates due
its lack of a bill of rights.1. True2. Falsethe principle
that each of the three branches of government should be distinct and have
authority over their aspect of government is called:1. Federalism2. Separation of
Powers3. Republicanism4. Checks and
Balancethe first ten
amendments to the u.s. constitution are referred to as the:1. Charter of
Rights and Freedoms2. Bill of Rights3. Magna Carta4. Civil Rights
and Civil Libertiesslavery is
prohibited in the united states by the 14th amendment to the u.s. constitution.1. True2. Falsewho serves as the
president of the senate according to article i of the u.s. constitution?1. The Chief
Justice of Supreme Court2. The vice
president3. The senate
Majority Leader4. The oldest
member of the senatethe new jersey
plan at the constitutional convention called for a legislature where ____.1. The seats were
allocated by population2. The seats were
given equally to each state3. Half the seats
were by population, the other half were equal to each state4. None of the
abovethe articles of
confederation differed from the constitution in that it had __ branch(es) of
government.1. 22. 13. 34. 5Alexander
Hamilton and James Madison were the primary authors of the federalist papers.1. True2. FalseAccording to
Article V.______of both houses of congress must vote to propose a
constitutional amendment and sent it to the state for ratification.1. A majority2. s3. 2/3rds4. None of the
abovewhich article of
the u.s. constitution relates to the powers, obligations, and privileges for
states?1. Article IV2. Article V3. Article III4. Article VIthe u.s.
constitution has a preamble and ___ articles.1. 52. 63. 84. 7According to
article II pf the constitution, the ____elects the president of the United
States.1. People2. Senate3. Electoral
college4. House of
representativehow many states
needed to ratify the constitution for it to come into full force in all 13
states?1. 132. 93. 114. 10the right to vote
for women in the united states was guaranteed by the ____ amendment to the u.s.
constitution1. 14th2. 18th3. 21st4. 19thThe third
amendment to the U.S. Constitution explicitly prohibits what?1. Unreasonable
search and seizures2. Quartering of
soldiers3.
Self-incrimination4. Excessive bail
or fineswhich article of
the u.s. constitution bans religious tests for federal public office?1. Article IV2. Article II3. Article VI4. Article Vwhere is the
power of judicial review given to federal courts in the constitution?1. Article I2. Article III3. Article II4. It is not in
the constitutionthe constitution
was largely conceived, drafted and written by:1. George
Washington2. Thomas
Jefferson3. John Adams4. James Madisonarticle vii
proscribes the process of ratifying the constitution. it established
that_____would be the body responsible for ratification.1. State
legislatures2. Senate3. State
ratifying convention4. State courtsaccording to the
article i of the u.s. constitution, congress has the power to:1. Declare war2. Raise taxes3. Coin money4. All of the
abovewhich amendment
to the u.s. constitution forbids cruel and unusual punishments?1. 4th2. 7th3. 6th4. 8th

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