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5 Matching questions

  1. Socrates
  2. prepared (for)
  3. Amendment 5
  4. What was the Treaty of Paris (1783)?
  5. Explain the difference between Federalists and Anti-federalists.
  1. a Federalists - support the Constitution, Anti-Feds - oppose the Constitution.
  2. b A document that acknowledged the U.S. as an independent nation. (expanded U.S. borders)
  3. c Trial by jury guaranteed; private property respected; no self-incrimination
  4. d parātus, parāta, parātum
    (adjective with ad)
  5. e Discourse; asking questions to get to the truth.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Doubled U.S. size, removed foreign presence from the border. (Extended western frontier past the Mississippi River, opened the port.)
  2. auxilia, auxiliōrum
    (N)
  3. 5 Freedoms: Speech, Press, Religion, Petition and Assembly
  4. absum,
    (abesse, āfuī, āfutūrus, intr.)
    (ā, ab with ablative)
  5. Existentialism - everyone must discern what is true for himself.

5 True/False questions

  1. What does the Statue of Liberty symbolize?Presidential, Radical, and Redemption.

          

  2. What were the 3 phases of the Reconstruction?A document that acknowledged the U.S. as an independent nation. (expanded U.S. borders)

          

  3. Amendment 19Direct election of senators

          

  4. What started the Great War? (WWI)The assassination of the Austrian archduke (Francis Ferdinand) by a Serbian terrorist.

          

  5. AquinasEverything, including the soul, consists of tiny particles of matter.

          

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