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Question 1 1. The three branches of the federal government (Executive, Legislative, and Judicial) cannot get too powerful because there is:
Question 2 2. The following Amendment in the U.S. Constitution makes it possible for states to retain powers that are not given to the federal government:
Question 3 3. One of the European documents that influenced the U.S. Constitution is:
Question 4 4. What are the three main sections of the Declaration of Independence?
Question 5 5. As per the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, you have the right to:
Question 6 6. The following illustrates what civil rights are:
Question 7 7. The 1963 case of Gideon v. Wainwright set a landmark judicial precedent in the United States. What did the case result in?
Question 8 8. John Smith tells you he has been elected to occupy one of the 435 seats available in Congress. What chamber does he mean?
Question 9 9. As per legislative powers, the President of the United States can do the following:
Question 10 10. When a U.S. state does a gathering of political party members to select candidates for office, this is known as a:
Question 11 11. The following is a topic within the subfield of study in international relations that touches on security issues:
Question 12 12. The following is an example of unconventional participation in the political life of a country:
Question 13 13. Suzanne tells you she works at her town's municipality. This means Suzanne works in an entity that is part of the:
Question 14 14. In order to get your driver's license, you deal with employees who are part of the:
Question 15 15. The ability to hold the American bureaucracy responsible for its performance and its actions means that such bureaucracy is:
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