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What rights are protected by the Second Amendment?
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What rights are protected by the Second Amendment?
Right to Bear Arms & Maintain a Militia
Which amendment prevents against cruel and unusual punishment?
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Which amendment prevents against cruel and unusual punishment?
Eighth Amendment
Which Amendment to the Constitution states that “All powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution...are reserved to the States…”?
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Which Amendment to the Constitution states that “All powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution...are reserved to the States…”?
Tenth Amendment

Which amendment freed the slaves and which amendment granted everyone Equal Protection under the law?

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Which amendment freed the slaves and which amendment granted everyone Equal Protection under the law?


Thirteenth & Fourteenth respectively


Which five rights are guaranteed by the First Amendment?
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Which five rights are guaranteed by the First Amendment?
1) Speech, 2) Press, 3) Religion, 4) Assembly, & 5) petitioning the government
How many amendment were ratified to become the Bill of Rights?
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How many amendment were ratified to become the Bill of Rights?
10
Those who favored ratification of the proposed Constitution became known as what?
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Those who favored ratification of the proposed Constitution became known as what?
Federalists
What were the essays arguing in favor of the proposed Constitution, written by James Madison, Alexander Hamilton, and John Jay called?
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What were the essays arguing in favor of the proposed Constitution, written by James Madison, Alexander Hamilton, and John Jay called?
Federalist Papers
After the Constitutional Convention, how many states needed to ratify the proposed Constitution before it became official?
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After the Constitutional Convention, how many states needed to ratify the proposed Constitution before it became official?
9
One issue that Anti-Federalists had with the proposed Constitution was a lack of protection for individual rights so they argued that it needed what?
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One issue that Anti-Federalists had with the proposed Constitution was a lack of protection for individual rights so they argued that it needed what?
Bill of Rights
Acts or statements that become traditions to be followed in the future are known as what?
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Acts or statements that become traditions to be followed in the future are known as what?
Precedents
What is the name of the president’s close advisors that head the federal departments?
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What is the name of the president’s close advisors that head the federal departments?
Cabinet
Which rebellion did Washington crush with 12,000 militiamen during his presidency in western Pennsylvania?
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Which rebellion did Washington crush with 12,000 militiamen during his presidency in western Pennsylvania?
Whiskey Rebellion
Who did George Washington appoint as the first Secretary of State to deal with foreign nations?
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Who did George Washington appoint as the first Secretary of State to deal with foreign nations?
Thomas Jefferson
Whose economic plan was adopted during the Washington presidency to pay off debt and build national credit for the U.S and what was the compromise offered to the South for acceptance of his plan.?
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Whose economic plan was adopted during the Washington presidency to pay off debt and build national credit for the U.S and what was the compromise offered to the South for acceptance of his plan.?
Alexander Hamilton & Capital would be located in the South
Which two opposing political parties formed in the 1790s?
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Which two opposing political parties formed in the 1790s?
Federalists & Democratic-Republicans
Which war did Thomas Jefferson’s presidency face against pirates in Morocco, Algiers, Tunis, and Tripoli?
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Which war did Thomas Jefferson’s presidency face against pirates in Morocco, Algiers, Tunis, and Tripoli?
Barbary War
Which judicial principle was established in the case of Marbury v. Madison?
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Which judicial principle was established in the case of Marbury v. Madison?
Judicial Review
France no longer needed the Louisiana Territory because it lost which other colony in a slave revolt & for how much money did it sell the Louisiana Territory to the U.S.?
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France no longer needed the Louisiana Territory because it lost which other colony in a slave revolt & for how much money did it sell the Louisiana Territory to the U.S.?
Saint Domingue & $15-million
Which two things did John Adams face as president for which his presidency is criticized?
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Which two things did John Adams face as president for which his presidency is criticized?
1) XYZ Affair & 2) Alien & Sedition Acts
Which city’s harbor did Fort McHenry protect?
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Which city’s harbor did Fort McHenry protect?
Baltimore
Which group of young Republicans in Congress pushed for war against Great Britain in 1812?
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Which group of young Republicans in Congress pushed for war against Great Britain in 1812?
War Hawks
The British burned Washington D.C.’s government buildings in 1814 in retaliation for what?
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The British burned Washington D.C.’s government buildings in 1814 in retaliation for what?
Burning of the Canadian Parliament building at York Canada
Who wrote the Star Spangled Banner after witnessing the British bombardment of Fort McHenry?
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Who wrote the Star Spangled Banner after witnessing the British bombardment of Fort McHenry?
Francis Scott Key
What was the English policy of kidnapping American sailors and forcing them to fight in the British navy? & At the start of the War of 1812, Great Britain was fighting the Napoleonic Wars against which other country?
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What was the English policy of kidnapping American sailors and forcing them to fight in the British navy? & At the start of the War of 1812, Great Britain was fighting the Napoleonic Wars against which other country?
Impressment & France

Constitution Math: Find the number of Amendments currently in the Constitution minus the number of Justices currently serving in the Supreme Court. To that, add the number of Senators in the U.S. Senate today. Finally, from that number, subtract the number of Articles in the Constitution.


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Constitution Math: Find the number of Amendments currently in the Constitution minus the number of Justices currently serving in the Supreme Court. To that, add the number of Senators in the U.S. Senate today. Finally, from that number, subtract the number of Articles in the Constitution.


27 Amendments - 9 Justices = 18

18 + 100 Senators = 118

118-7 Articles = 111

 

111 is the correct answer.





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