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What are the rights and responsibilities of citizenship in a democracy?

Created Date 04.01.20
Last Updated 04.01.20
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  • What are the first 10 amendments called?
  • What does the 14th Amendment do?
  • What does the 19th amendment do?
  • What does the 5th amendment grant?
  • What does the 13th amendment do?
  • Which amendment states that citizens cannot be denied the right to vote because of race or color.
  • Which amendment grants the freedoms of religion, speech, assembly, to apply to the government for relief
  • Which amendment defines the balance of power between the federal government and the state?
  • What did the 18th amendment do?
  • What was put in place to provide 3 branches of government? This helps protect the rights of citizens by making sure that no particular branch of government has too much power.
  • What document stated that "All men [people] are created equal"?
  • The president cannot make treaties without senate approval according to what compromise in the US Constitution?
  • In a democracy who is sovereign and is the source of the government's authority?
  • How do citizens exercise their authority in a democracy?
  • What are some of citizen's legal obligations in a democracy?
  • Becoming informed about issues and candidates and voting, volunteering, and serving in the military or alternative services fall under what sort of obligations for citizens in a democracy?
  • The people establish government and give power to it. It can only function with consent of the people.
  • The ability to make and implement changes in society is called:
  • Which amendment grants the right to trial by jury?
  • Which amendment was the last to be instituted?