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5 Matching questions

  1. The legislative branch is the only branch that is ____________.
    a.appointed by the president
    b.appointed by the Supreme Court
    c.voted into office directly by the people
    d.voted into office by an electoral college
  2. The executive branch has expanded its powers through what?
    a.federal bureaucracies
    b.changing of the Constitution
    c.create new laws giving the executive more power
    d.congressional sessions
  3. How many ways can the Constitution be amended?
    a.1
    b.2
    c.3
    d.4
  4. petition
  5. There are two ways to propose an amendment, one is by receiving two-thirds votes from Congress, the second is by a
    a.Congressional petition.
    b.Supreme Court rule.
    c.presidential order.
    d.national convention.
  1. a b.2
  2. b appeal
  3. c a.federal bureaucracies
  4. d c.voted into office directly by the people
  5. e d.national convention.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. c.Bill of Rights
  2. b.Constitutional amendment.
  3. National Convention
  4. b.article four
  5. ratification

5 True/False questions

  1. The president can check Congress by this power.
    a.override
    b.veto
    c.separation of power enactment
    d.judicial review
    b.2

          

  2. Only the Virginia Declaration of Rights and the Bill of Rights granted freedom of speech, the press, and religion. T/FF

          

  3. This is the current number of members in the House of Representatives.
    a.100
    b.335
    c.435
    d.535
    c.435

          

  4. Which document granted citizens the least amount of freedom?
    a.Magna Carta
    b.English Bill of Rights
    c.Virginia Declaration of Rights
    d.Bill of Rights
    c.Bill of Rights

          

  5. The U.S. Constitution is divided into three parts. Choose the answer that best completes the chart, identifying the three parts.
    a.Bill of Rights
    b.Articles
    c.Essays
    d.Sections
    d.federalism

          

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