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Civics 1 Study Guide
Definitons
Democracy
Shays' Rebellion
Declaration of Independence
...
a government in which citizens take part
is the name given to a series of protests in 1786 and 1787 by…
A declaration written by Thomas Jefferson declaring independe…
Definitons
...
Democracy
a government in which citizens take part
Civics study guide 1
limited supply, resources
resources, limited
how to produce it?... what to produce?... fo…
profit
scarcity occurs when a society has _______ of _________
economics is the study of how we make decisions in a world wh…
what are the choices a society has to face regarding its reso…
a business makes a product for $10 and sells it for $12. the…
limited supply, resources
scarcity occurs when a society has _______ of _________
resources, limited
economics is the study of how we make decisions in a world wh…
Civics Study Guide 1
The branches of government
Checks and balances
Rule of law
The President
Executive, Judicial, and Legislative.
stops one branch of government from becoming too powerful.
means everyone must follow the law, no one is above the law,…
is in charge of the Executive Branch.
The branches of government
Executive, Judicial, and Legislative.
Checks and balances
stops one branch of government from becoming too powerful.
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Civics Study Guide #1
Government
Public Policy
Democracy
Direct Democracy
ruling authority in community; keeps order, provides public s…
course of action taken by a gov to achieve community goals
a government of the people, by the people, for the people
ex. Athens; all citizens directly vote and are actively invol…
Government
ruling authority in community; keeps order, provides public s…
Public Policy
course of action taken by a gov to achieve community goals
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Civics: Unit 1 Study Guide
Citizen
Naturalized
Alien
Representatives
a person with rights and responsibilities to a government.
to go through the process of becoming a citizen
a citizen of another country living in this one
people elected to make decisions in the government
Citizen
a person with rights and responsibilities to a government.
Naturalized
to go through the process of becoming a citizen
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Ch. 1 Study Guide Civics
immigrant
ethnic group
values
popular sovereighty
someone who moves to a new country permanently
people who share characteristics
things that are important
right to vote
immigrant
someone who moves to a new country permanently
ethnic group
people who share characteristics
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Civics Study Guide #1
Name an example of a modern day dictat…
Who is the current dictator of Cuba?
Define absolute monarchy.
Give an example of a modern day absolu…
Kim Jong Un
Raul Castroof
The ruler inherits power through family and has unlimited aut…
Saudi Arabia
Name an example of a modern day dictat…
Kim Jong Un
Who is the current dictator of Cuba?
Raul Castroof
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Civics credit 1 study guide
In a ____ the will of the majority is…
Not being excluded from school or jobs…
An ____ year that the new government w…
After the _____ War, The national gove…
Democracy
Race or sex
Anti-federalists
Revolutionary
In a ____ the will of the majority is…
Democracy
Not being excluded from school or jobs…
Race or sex
Civics Study Guide 1
Massachuets
CT/RI
Maryland
Pennsylvania
Puritans
people who left Massachuets
Catholics
Quakers
Massachuets
Puritans
CT/RI
people who left Massachuets
Civics study guide # 1
Declaration of intent
Democracy
Republic
Monarchy
People becoming US citizens... During the fall... Anywhere in the U…
System of government requiring people's votes... People in the U…
representative democracy where citizens choose their lawmaker…
System of government ruled by a monarch, usually hereditary... E…
Declaration of intent
People becoming US citizens... During the fall... Anywhere in the U…
Democracy
System of government requiring people's votes... People in the U…
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Civics study guide 1
Wrong or hardship, problems states abo…
The abuse of power
Natural or moral rights that are due t…
Government where citizens elect for re…
Grievance
Tyranny
Unaliable rights
Republic
Wrong or hardship, problems states abo…
Grievance
The abuse of power
Tyranny
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Civics Study Guide 1
constitution
natural law
rule of law
rule of men
A document which spells out the principles by which a governm…
Universal law that could be understood by applying reason; le…
principle that the law applies to everyone, even those who go…
doctrine that an individual or government may stand above the…
constitution
A document which spells out the principles by which a governm…
natural law
Universal law that could be understood by applying reason; le…
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Civics Study Guide Unit 1
civics
citizen
government
immigrant
Study of what it means to be a U.S. citizen
Legal member of a country
Organizations, institutions, and individuals that exercise po…
People who came to a country to settle as permanent residents
civics
Study of what it means to be a U.S. citizen
citizen
Legal member of a country
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Civics Study Guide 1
What are the three branches of governm…
What does the Legislative Branch do?
What does the Executive Branch do?
What does the Judicial Branch do?
1. Legislative... 2. Executive... 3. Judicial
Makes laws.
Enforces laws. (Carry out laws.)
Interpret Laws.
What are the three branches of governm…
1. Legislative... 2. Executive... 3. Judicial
What does the Legislative Branch do?
Makes laws.
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Study guide Civics 1
Today most Americans work in what indu…
What helps explain the aging of Americ…
What is the baby boom and when did it…
What are exclusion laws and why were t…
Service Jobs
The baby boom, health care
1959-1964, the dramatic rise in the number of births that occ…
They are laws that prohibited any further immigration from Ch…
Today most Americans work in what indu…
Service Jobs
What helps explain the aging of Americ…
The baby boom, health care
Civics Study Guide #1
Sons of Liberty
Committees of Correspondence
Intolerable Acts
Writs of Assistance
A collection of loosely organized protest groups who pressure…
Formed in 1772, this was a system of communication developed…
Passed in response to the Boston Tea Party, Parliament passes…
British policy implemented during the 1760s which gave Britis…
Sons of Liberty
A collection of loosely organized protest groups who pressure…
Committees of Correspondence
Formed in 1772, this was a system of communication developed…
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Civics study guide 1
Who are the two people that can introd…
How long is a senators term for?
What kind of power do standing committ…
How many options does a standing commi…
Senate and the House of Representatives.
6 years.
Life-and-death power over bills.
1. Pass the bill. ... 2. Mark up the bill. ... 3. Replace it. ... 4. I…
Who are the two people that can introd…
Senate and the House of Representatives.
How long is a senators term for?
6 years.
civics credit 1 study guide
constitution
preamble to the constitution
parliamentary governent
unitary government
the body of fundamental laws setting out the principles, stru…
introduction.
A form of government in which the executive branch is made up…
a centralized government in which all government powers belon…
constitution
the body of fundamental laws setting out the principles, stru…
preamble to the constitution
introduction.
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Civics Quarter 1 Study Guide
1.Wrote a letter to King George demand…
1774
1.Tax... 2. Enforce Laws... 3. Regulate trad…
1. Create a Postal Service... 2. Control…
What did the First Continental Congress accomplish?
What year did the First Continental Congress meet?
What could the government not do under the Articles of Confed…
What could the government do under the Articles of Confederat…
1.Wrote a letter to King George demand…
What did the First Continental Congress accomplish?
1774
What year did the First Continental Congress meet?
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Civics & Economics Study Guide 1
Executive Branch
Domestic Affairs
Foreign Affairs
Chief of State
Enforces the law
relationships with the country
relationships with other countries
ceremonial head of government
Executive Branch
Enforces the law
Domestic Affairs
relationships with the country
Civics Chapter 1 Study Guide
yes
no
Popular Sovereignty
Expatriation
Do citizens have a duty to serve in court on a jury if called…
Is an alien a foreign-born resident of the United States if t…
___ is the idea that the government receives its power from t…
One way Americans can lose their citizenship is through__.
yes
Do citizens have a duty to serve in court on a jury if called…
no
Is an alien a foreign-born resident of the United States if t…
Vocab civics study guide 1
Big government
Bipartisan
Bleeding heart
Bully pulpit
A negative term used mainly by conservatives to descrive give…
A cooparitive effort by two political parties
A term describinv people whise hearts 'bleed' w/ sympathy for…
The presidency, when used by the president to inspire or mora…
Big government
A negative term used mainly by conservatives to descrive give…
Bipartisan
A cooparitive effort by two political parties
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Civics Unit 1 Review Guide
Citizenship
Nativism
Naturalized
Representative
Having certain rights and duties under a government of a cert…
The policy of protecting the interests of native-born or esta…
Legal process for foreign born people who choose to become ci…
A person chosen or appointed to act or speak for another or o…
Citizenship
Having certain rights and duties under a government of a cert…
Nativism
The policy of protecting the interests of native-born or esta…
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B1 Civics study guide
Representative
Virginia plan
Magna carta
Due process
A government that serves the will of the people.
Called for representation in congress based on population.
Was the first English document to protect against the absolut…
Protects against the arbitrary taking of life, liberty, and p…
Representative
A government that serves the will of the people.
Virginia plan
Called for representation in congress based on population.
Civics goal 1 study guide
5
3
2
9
Protects citizens from double jeopardy and due process of the…
Restricted the quartering of federal troops
The right to bear arms
Rights listed in the constitution are not the only rights
5
Protects citizens from double jeopardy and due process of the…
3
Restricted the quartering of federal troops
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Civics Unit 1 Study Guide
Civic Rights
Civic Responsibilities
Civic Duties
Citizen
The rights of citizens to political and social freedom and eq…
The responsibilities of citizens to participate in society -…
The duties of citizens to carry out in society - Obey laws /…
A participatory member of a political community with certain…
Civic Rights
The rights of citizens to political and social freedom and eq…
Civic Responsibilities
The responsibilities of citizens to participate in society -…
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CIVICS...Chapter 1 Study Guide
The 4 criteria to officially be deemed…
The 4 theories
Force Theory
Evolutionary Theory
population, territory, sovereignty, government
force, evolutionary, divine right, social contract
when a person or group claims control over an area and forces…
developed naturally out of the family
The 4 criteria to officially be deemed…
population, territory, sovereignty, government
The 4 theories
force, evolutionary, divine right, social contract
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Civics 1/2 Study Guide
autocracy
monarchy
absolute monarchy
dictatorship
system of government in which one person has all the authorit…
the form of government in which one person has great power; a…
power unlimited
single ruler who rules by force alone
autocracy
system of government in which one person has all the authorit…
monarchy
the form of government in which one person has great power; a…
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Semester 1 study guide (Civics)
Civics
Citizenship
what 2 ancient civilizations contribut…
Governent
Study of citizenship and government
Legally recognized member of a counry
Athens: Democracy Rome: Democracy
Organisation, institution, and individuals who exercise polit…
Civics
Study of citizenship and government
Citizenship
Legally recognized member of a counry
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Civics Chapter 1 Study Guide
nation
What are the essential features of a s…
What is the Evolutionary Theory?
example of the Evolutionary Theory
any sizable group of people who are united by the common bond…
population, territory, sovereignty, and government
the idea that the state evolved from the family
monarchy (England)
nation
any sizable group of people who are united by the common bond…
What are the essential features of a s…
population, territory, sovereignty, and government
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Civics study guide- Chapter 1
Popluar sovereignty
Immigrants
E pluribus unum
Citizens
Government by the consent of the governed
People who move permanently to a new country
Latin term: "Many out of one"
Community members protected by the government
Popluar sovereignty
Government by the consent of the governed
Immigrants
People who move permanently to a new country
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Civics Chapter 1 study guide
Population
Territory
Soverignty
Government
language, customs, and culture
defensible border with rich resources
the right of a state to declare itself not attached to any ot…
institution in which society makes and enforces public policy
Population
language, customs, and culture
Territory
defensible border with rich resources
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Chapter 1 Civics Study Guide
4 characteristics of a state
3 levels of government in a federal sy…
Difference between presidential and pa…
Free enterprise
-population... -territory... - Sovereignty... - government
-federal... -state... -local
In a presidential system the president is not a lawmaker... In a…
In a free enterprise system the business owner is allowed to…
4 characteristics of a state
-population... -territory... - Sovereignty... - government
3 levels of government in a federal sy…
-federal... -state... -local
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CIVICS unit 1 study guide
Citizens
Civics
Government
Three reasons for government
People with certain rights and duties
The study of citizenship and government
The formal institution and procedures through which a territo…
Keeps order, provide services, and prevents anarchy
Citizens
People with certain rights and duties
Civics
The study of citizenship and government
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Civics: Chapter 1 Study Guide
dictatorship
representative democracy
direct democracy
naturalization
government by a dictator
is a variety of democracy founded on the principle of elected…
is a form of democracy in which people decide (e.g. vote on,…
is the legal act or process by which a non-citizen in a count…
dictatorship
government by a dictator
representative democracy
is a variety of democracy founded on the principle of elected…
Civics Chapter 1 Study Guide
Civics
Dictatorship
Naturalization
Patriotism
The study of the rights and dutiesof citizens
A government controlled by one personor a small group of people
The process by which and alien becomes a citizen
A way we show we love our country or flying the flag proudly
Civics
The study of the rights and dutiesof citizens
Dictatorship
A government controlled by one personor a small group of people
Civics Unit 1: Study Guide
Civic responsibility
Citizen
Justice
Naturalization
the actions and attitudes associated with democratic governan…
A person with certain rights and duties under a government; a…
Fairness; the idea that every person deserves to be treated f…
A process by which applies to a person not born a citizen of…
Civic responsibility
the actions and attitudes associated with democratic governan…
Citizen
A person with certain rights and duties under a government; a…
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Civics-Chapter 1 Study guide
civics
citizen
goverment
immigrants
The study of citizenship and government
a legal member of a country
organization set up to make and enforce rules for a society,(…
people that came from another country
civics
The study of citizenship and government
citizen
a legal member of a country
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Civics Unit 1 Study Guide
Anarchy
Democracy
Direct Democracy
Dictatorship
The absence of government... No one or group is in control... There…
The people have the power... There are two types of this governm…
Citizens make group decisions about how the group is run... n…
a government is ruled by a single person or small group with…
Anarchy
The absence of government... No one or group is in control... There…
Democracy
The people have the power... There are two types of this governm…
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1.4 Civics study guide
Civics
Values
Government
Citizen
The study of citizenship and government
equality, liberty, justice
organizations, institutions and individuals who exercise poli…
legally reconized member of a country
Civics
The study of citizenship and government
Values
equality, liberty, justice
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Civics Unit 1 Study Guide
List + describe the purposes of govern…
Identify the forms of American governm…
Why did the Articles of Confederation…
What compromises were made to create t…
WADFUJ: welfare of citizens, anti-anarchy, defense, freedom,…
Representative democracy, presidential, federalist
***No taxing power, no currency, no militia
Bicameral (HoR and Senate), state representation and populati…
List + describe the purposes of govern…
WADFUJ: welfare of citizens, anti-anarchy, defense, freedom,…
Identify the forms of American governm…
Representative democracy, presidential, federalist
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Civics study guide 4.1
What did Americans want added to the c…
Why was the bill of rights added to th…
How many amendments does the constitut…
Freedom of assembly
individual rights, bill of rights
people feared that it wouldn't be ratified
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right to hold meetings
What did Americans want added to the c…
individual rights, bill of rights
Why was the bill of rights added to th…
people feared that it wouldn't be ratified
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Civics Unit 1 Study Guide
_______are the four key purposes of Go…
In a/an _______ democracy the people e…
_______is the absence of Government.
_______is a form of Government in whic…
to provide order, provide service, provide security and guide…
indirect
anarchy
theocracy
_______are the four key purposes of Go…
to provide order, provide service, provide security and guide…
In a/an _______ democracy the people e…
indirect
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Civics ch. 1 study guide
Civics
Government
Immigrant
Ethnic Group
The study of what it means to be an American citizen.
The authority or power that rules on behalf of a group of peo…
People that came from other lands.
Share a common national, cultural, or racial background.
Civics
The study of what it means to be an American citizen.
Government
The authority or power that rules on behalf of a group of peo…
Civics Review Guide Quiz 1
What state has one body of legislature?
What age to be in congress?
Judicial body mandated by US Constitut…
Who has power to impeach?
Nebraska
25
Supreme Court
House of Representatives
What state has one body of legislature?
Nebraska
What age to be in congress?
25
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Civics Exam 1 Study Guide
Civics
Citizen
Government
Equality
The relationship between a nation's governing body and it's c…
A person who has been recognized by the government as being a…
The body(s) in which run a country by doing many things such…
Every citizen of the United States should have the same right…
Civics
The relationship between a nation's governing body and it's c…
Citizen
A person who has been recognized by the government as being a…
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Civics quiz #1 study guide
Sociology
Pshycology
Philosophy
What does sociology question?
the study of society
the study of the mind
the love of wisdom
Why do people behave the way they do?
Sociology
the study of society
Pshycology
the study of the mind
Civics study guide chapter 1
Anarchy
Four characteristics of a state
Social contract theory
Unitary
Occurs when there is no government
Population territory sovereignty and government
According to this theory, governmental powers are granted by…
All the powers of the government are concentrated at he centr…
Anarchy
Occurs when there is no government
Four characteristics of a state
Population territory sovereignty and government
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Civics-Chapter 1 Study guide
civics
citizen
goverment
immigrants
The study of citizenship and government
a legal member of a country
organization set up to make and enforce rules for a society,(…
people that came from another country
civics
The study of citizenship and government
citizen
a legal member of a country
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CIVICS.....Semester 1 Study Guide
Why and to whom was the Declaration of…
What are the first 10 amendments called?
What is federalism?
The Supremacy Clause was clarified thr…
...
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...
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Why and to whom was the Declaration of…
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What are the first 10 amendments called?
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