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What issue did the Threefifth’s Compromise solve at the Constitutional Convention of 1787? A What issue did the Threefifth’s Compromise solve at the Constitutional Convention of 1787? A 100

Counting slaves as part of the population for determining a state’s representation in Congress. Counting slaves as part of the population for determining a state’s representation in Congress. A 100

Which of the following features of the U. S. Constitution traditionally gives the states Which of the following features of the U. S. Constitution traditionally gives the states authority over public education? (1) reserved powers (2) preamble (3) fifth amendment (4) supremacy clause A 200

(1) reserved powers A 200 (1) reserved powers A 200

Which constitutional principle is demonstrated when the U. S. Senate reviews and then confirms Which constitutional principle is demonstrated when the U. S. Senate reviews and then confirms or denies a presidential nominee for the position of Supreme Court justice? A 300

checks and balances A 300 checks and balances A 300

What compromise was reached between states with large and small populations at the Constitutional What compromise was reached between states with large and small populations at the Constitutional Convention of 1787, and why? A 400

The Great Compromise allowed representation in the House of Representatives to be based on The Great Compromise allowed representation in the House of Representatives to be based on a state’s population, while representation in the Senate was equal for each state, protecting the interests of both large and small states. A 400

Which individual’s action was directly protected by the first amendment? (1) Alexander Graham Bell’s Which individual’s action was directly protected by the first amendment? (1) Alexander Graham Bell’s invention of the telephone in 1876 (2) Theodore Roosevelt’s command of the Rough Riders in 1898 (3) President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s election to a third term in 1940 (4) Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. ’s leading a march on Washington, D. C. in 1963 A 500

(4) Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. ’s leading a march on Washington, D. C. (4) Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. ’s leading a march on Washington, D. C. in 1963 A 500

Besides the amendment process, what other method in the U. S. Constitution allows our Besides the amendment process, what other method in the U. S. Constitution allows our government to change? B 100

the elastic clause B 100 the elastic clause B 100

What constitutional principle created our three branches of government? B 200 What constitutional principle created our three branches of government? B 200

separation of powers B 200 separation of powers B 200

What did the delegates at the Constitutional Convention of 1787 agree to do to What did the delegates at the Constitutional Convention of 1787 agree to do to address the weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation? B 300

They agreed to increase the powers of the central (federal, national) government. B 300 They agreed to increase the powers of the central (federal, national) government. B 300

What was the major issue that caused disagreement between the large and small states What was the major issue that caused disagreement between the large and small states at the Constitutional Convention of 1787? B 400

representation in Congress B 400 representation in Congress B 400

Why was the requirement to conduct a census included in the U. S. Constitution? Why was the requirement to conduct a census included in the U. S. Constitution? B 500

It was included to determine the number of members from each state in the It was included to determine the number of members from each state in the House of Representatives. B 500

Why did the framers of the U. S. Constitution include the principles of federalism, Why did the framers of the U. S. Constitution include the principles of federalism, separation of powers, and the system of checks and balances in the document? C 100

They feared a government with unlimited power. C 100 They feared a government with unlimited power. C 100

Besides the purposes or goals of the government, what belief does the Preamble of Besides the purposes or goals of the government, what belief does the Preamble of the U. S. Constitution advance? C 200

It advances the belief that the people hold power of the government, not the It advances the belief that the people hold power of the government, not the elected officials in the government. C 200

Which amendment from the Bill of Rights protects U. S. citizens from unreasonable searches Which amendment from the Bill of Rights protects U. S. citizens from unreasonable searches and seizures, and was directly influenced by the use of the writs of assistance by the British during the colonial period of American history? C 300

The Fourth Amendment C 300 The Fourth Amendment C 300

DAILY Place A Wager DOUBLE C 400 DAILY Place A Wager DOUBLE C 400

What was the main argument of both the Federalists and the Antifederalists during the What was the main argument of both the Federalists and the Antifederalists during the Constitutional Convention of 1787? C 400

Federalists wanted a stronger federal (central, national) government, while Antifederalists wanted greater protections for Federalists wanted a stronger federal (central, national) government, while Antifederalists wanted greater protections for the rights of the people. C 400

What did the framers of the Constitution establish to prevent the concentration of power What did the framers of the Constitution establish to prevent the concentration of power in one branch or level of the government? C 500

They established a division of power among the different levels of government with principles They established a division of power among the different levels of government with principles such as the separation of powers, federalism, and the system of checks and balances. C 500

What delegated power does Congress use occasionally in order to change with the times? What delegated power does Congress use occasionally in order to change with the times? D 100

the elastic clause D 100 the elastic clause D 100

What was the primary reason for holding the Constitutional Convention of 1787? D 200 What was the primary reason for holding the Constitutional Convention of 1787? D 200

To revise or replace the Articles of Confederation in order to strengthen the federal To revise or replace the Articles of Confederation in order to strengthen the federal government. D 200

How is representation determined in the U. S. House of Representatives? D 300 How is representation determined in the U. S. House of Representatives? D 300

The number of representatives from each state is based on its population. D 300 The number of representatives from each state is based on its population. D 300

What was the main criticism of the Articles of Confederation? D 400 What was the main criticism of the Articles of Confederation? D 400

They failed to provide adequate powers for the central (federal, national) government. D 400 They failed to provide adequate powers for the central (federal, national) government. D 400

What constitutional principle gives each branch of our federal government certain powers, but also What constitutional principle gives each branch of our federal government certain powers, but also makes them accountable to the other two branches? D 500

The constitutional principle is known as the system of checks and balances. D 500 The constitutional principle is known as the system of checks and balances. D 500

Which branch of the U. S. government is responsible for the impeachment process? E Which branch of the U. S. government is responsible for the impeachment process? E 100

The legislative branch (Congress) E 100 The legislative branch (Congress) E 100

What role does the Senate play in the appointment of ambassadors to foreign nations What role does the Senate play in the appointment of ambassadors to foreign nations or the appointment of judges to the Supreme Court? E 200

They are to advise the president and either give their consent (approval) to the They are to advise the president and either give their consent (approval) to the president’s nominee or prevent the nominee’s appointment. E 200

What check power does the president have over a bill proposed by Congress? E What check power does the president have over a bill proposed by Congress? E 300

the veto E 300 the veto E 300

What check power does Congress have over a president’s veto? E 400 What check power does Congress have over a president’s veto? E 400

the override E 400 the override E 400

What can the Senate do about a foreign treaty signed by the president that What can the Senate do about a foreign treaty signed by the president that a majority of senators don’t like? E 500

The Senate can decide not to ratify a treaty signed by the president, making The Senate can decide not to ratify a treaty signed by the president, making it null and void. E 500

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The Final Jeopardy Category is: Constitutional Amendments Please record your wager. Click on screen The Final Jeopardy Category is: Constitutional Amendments Please record your wager. Click on screen to begin

Explain the significance of the Fourteenth Amendment. Who does it protect and why? What Explain the significance of the Fourteenth Amendment. Who does it protect and why? What other amendment is it closely linked to and why? Click on screen to continue

The Fourteenth Amendment protects and extends citizenship to all people born in the United The Fourteenth Amendment protects and extends citizenship to all people born in the United States. It is linked with the Fifth Amendment, which extends due process and equal protection of the laws on the federal level. The Fourteenth Amendment forces the states to recognize these principles on the state level due to the power of the supremacy clause. Click on screen to continue

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