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Comprehensive Test #6 -Judicial Branch Review

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Citizenship-Judicial branch review

Created Date 03.10.19
Last Updated 03.11.19
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  • Why did the Framers agree to add a bill of rights to the Constitution after it was ratify
  • A pardon to a group of people.
  • An agreement among a group of nations that prohibits them all from trading with a target
  • What is the length of term for a Senetor
  • what is the term in office of a seperem court justice
  • What is the term of office for a member of the house of representatives
  • What amendment gave women the right to vote
  • Which war led to the passing of the 26th amendment allowing 18-year-olds the right to vote?
  • Freedom of Press, Religion, Petition,speech, and assembly are all part of what amendmetn
  • Which amendment gave former male slaves the right to vote
  • Which amendment guarantees a citizen’s right to trial by jury in most civil cases?
  • what word means not being tried for the same crime twice after being proven innocent?
  • Which amendment abolished slavery except as punishment after conviction for a crime
  • the plan that supported small states, unicameral legislature each state one vote in Senate
  • The people of Washington D.C. received the right to vote in 1961 due to which amendment?
  • Which documents addressed colonial concerns about English policies?
  • A social contract can be defined as?
  • placed taxes on glass, lead, paints, paper and imported goods
  • closed the Boston Harbor and made town meetings illegal
  • Which of the following Acts was passed the same day the king repealed the Stamp Act
  • What is a City law called?
  • His separation of powers and checks and balances greatly influenced Founding Fathers
  • Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of property is whoses Idea
  • Believed you had to give up all natural rights to be governed
  • Wrote Common Sense and believed the colonist should rebel
  • How did the states compromise about slavery
  • What was the main purpose of the Articles of Confederation?
  • Shays’ Rebellion, is where Massachusetts farmers rioted over ?
  • To run for Senate you must be all of these except?
  • In order to run for The House of Representatives, you must be all of these except?