We the People Chapter 1
At what age can U.S. citizens vote?
You have a right to hold any __________ beliefs you wish (First Amendment).
If you are arrested, you have a right to a (an) __________.
An attorney is also called a __________.
Senators must run for election every __________ years.
A written plan of government for a country is known as a __________.
limit the power
One of the most important things the US Constitution does is __________ of the government.
In the United States, the highest or supreme law of the land is our __________. Even the President, Congress and the Supreme Court must follow it.
The US Constitution was written in what year?
In what city was the US Constitution written?
Great Britain (Kingdom of Great Britain)
Prior to declaring independence, the original 13 states were colonies of what country?
Settlers from foreign countries are __________.
If a place has __________, people of many different backgrounds are there.
A person who is owned as property is a (an) __________.
__________ - a person who agreed to work for a certain period of time in exchange for the cost of coming to America.
__________ - able to provide most of one's needs.
__________ - settlements ruled by another country.
__________ - the people who led the fight against British colonial rule, declared independence, wrote and ratified the US Constitution and were the early leaders of this country.
In early America, the only people allowed to __________ were white, adult, property owning men.
Founded in 1607, the first successful British settlement in North America was __________.
By the end of the colonial era, many large farms called __________ existed in the South. These farms grew cash crops such as tobacco and rice and were worked by slaves.
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