Answer Sheet: 100 Typical Questions1. Red, white and blue
4. One for each state in the Union
6. Red and white
7. They represented the original thirteen states.
9. Independence Day
10. July 4th
13. George Washington
14. George W. Bush
15. Dick Cheney
16. The Electoral College
17. Vice President
18. Four years
19. The Supreme Law of the Land
20. The Constitution can be amended by the Congress and the State Legislatures.
24. Legislature, Executive and Judiciary
27. The Senate and the House of Representatives
28. To make laws
29. The people
31. (Insert State Information)
32. Six years
34. Two years
35. The President, Cabinet, Departments under the Cabinet Members
36. The Supreme Court
37. To interpret laws
38. The Constitution
The first ten amendments to the Constitution
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41. (Insert State Information)
42. Speaker of the House of Representatives
43. William Rehnquist
44. Connecticut, New Hampshire, New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Rhode Island and Maryland
45. Patrick Henry
46. Germany, Italy and Japan
47. Hawaii and Alaska
48. Two full terms
49. A civil rights leader
50. (Insert Local Information)
51. Must be a natural born citizen of the United States; must be at least 35 years old by the time he/she will serve; must have lived in the United States for at least 14 years.
52. Two from each state
53. Appointed by the President
55. For religious freedom
59. Thomas Jefferson
60. July 4, 1776
61. All men are created equal
62. The Star-Spangled Banner
63. Francis Scott Key
64. The Bill of Rights
66. The President
67. The Supreme Court
68. Abraham Lincoln
69. Freed many slaves
70. The Cabinet
71. George Washington
72. Form N-400, “Application to File Petition for Naturalization”
73. Native Americans
74. The Mayflower
75. The Colonies
76. (a) The rights of: freedom of speech, press, religion, peaceable assembly and requesting change of government
(b) The right to bear arms (the right to have weapons or own a gun, though subject to certain regulations).
(c) The government may not quarter, or house, soldiers in the people’s homes during peacetime without the people’s consent.
(d) The government may not search or take a person’s property without a warrant.
(e) A person may not be tried twice for the same crime and does not have to testify against himself.
(f) A person charged with a crime still has some rights, such as the right to a trial and to have a lawyer.
(g) The right to trial by jury in most cases.
(h) Protects people against excessive or unreasonable fines or cruel and unusual punishment.
(i) The people have rights other than those mentioned in the Constitution. Any power not given to the Federal Government by the Constitution is a power of either the State or the People.
77. The Congress
79. Abraham Lincoln
81. The Bill of Rights
82. It allows countries to discuss and try to resolve world problems; and provides economic aid to many countries.
83. Congress meets in the Capitol Building in Washington, D. C.
84. Everyone (Citizens and non-citizens living in the U.S.)
85. The Preamble
86. Citizens can obtain Federal Government jobs; travel with a U. S. passport; petition for close relatives to come to the U.S. to live.
87. The right to vote
88. The place where Congress meets
89. The President’s official home
90. Washington, D.C. (1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW)
91. The White House
92. Freedom of: speech, press, religion, peaceable assembly, and requesting change of the government
93. The President
94. George Washington
There is no limit.
98. There is no limit.
99. Democratic and Republican