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  • Question 1
    180 seconds
    Q. 2nd Treatise on Government  "life, liberty, and property" - 17th century who heavily influenced Jefferson and others
    answer choices
    Locke
    Franklin
    Arristotle
    Paine
  • Question 2
    180 seconds
    Q. "If any form government becomes destructive of these ends it is the right of the people to alter it or abolish it" - 1776 - Declaration of Independence - What 17th century Enlightenment idea does this show?
    answer choices
    natural rights
    primo genitor
    social contract
    femme covert
  • Question 3
    180 seconds
    Q. International governing body post World War I - failed - United States did not join
    answer choices
    United Nations
    League of Nations
    Concert of Vienna 
    Articles of Confederation
  • Question 4
    180 seconds
    Q. First permanent English colony (1607) - introduces House of Burgesses (democracy) and slavery both in 1619
    answer choices
    Plymouth
    Massachusetts Bay
    Jamestown
    Roanoke
  • Question 5
    180 seconds
    Q. Jon Winthrop's "City on a Hill", a Puritan colony, religiously inteolerant
    answer choices
    Plymouth
    Massachusetts Bay
    Roanoke
    Jamestown
  • Question 6
    180 seconds
    Q. Executive Order 9066 from FDR - All Japanese Americans living on the west coast during Wrold War II
    answer choices
    Internment
    Impeachment
    neutrality
    nullification
  • Question 7
    180 seconds
    Q. Break-in at Democratic Headquarters which led to a cover up and the eventual resignation of President Nixon.
    answer choices
    Trail of Tears
    My Lai
    Kent State
    Watergate
  • Question 8
    180 seconds
    Q. Site of 4 anti Vietnam War protesters being killed by National Guard troops.
    answer choices
    Chicago
    Cal Berkely
    Kent State
    New Orleans
  • Question 9
    180 seconds
    Q. judicial review - the Supreme Court can declare federal laws unconstitutional
    answer choices
    McCulloch v. Maryland
    Marbury v. Madison
    Roe v. Wade
    Brown v. Board of Education
  • Question 10
    180 seconds
    Q. "separate but equal" - Supreme Court decision that declared segregation Constitutional as long as the facilites were equal
    answer choices
    Brown v. Board of Education
    Marbury v. Madison
    Plessy v. Ferguson
    McCulloch v. Maryland
  • Question 11
    180 seconds
    Q. Proposals by Jefferson and Madison that states could nullify federal laws (1798-1799)
    answer choices
    Alien and Sedition Acts
    Bill of Rights
    Hartford Convention
    Virginia and Kentucky Reslutions
  • Question 12
    180 seconds
    Q. These laws, pushed through Congress by John Adams, casued Madison and Jefferson to propose the Kentucky and Virginia resolutions (1798-1799).
    answer choices
    Alien and Sediton Acts
    Wabash Cases
    Nullification Acts
    the Whiskey Acts
  • Question 13
    180 seconds
    Q. Progressive Era
    answer choices
    1820-1860
    1853-1875
    1870-1900
    1900-1920
  • Question 14
    180 seconds
    Q. Gilded Age
    answer choices
    1820-1860
    1863-1875
    1870-1900
    1900-1920
  • Question 15
    180 seconds
    Q. Reconstruction
    answer choices
    1820-1860
    1863-1875
    1870-1900
    1900-1920
  • Question 16
    180 seconds
    Q. Antebellum Era
    answer choices
    1820-1860
    1863-1875
    1870-1900
    1900-1920
  • Question 17
    180 seconds
    Q. New Deal (FDR)
    answer choices
    1933-1945
    1960s
    1900-1920
    1607-1639
  • Question 18
    180 seconds
    Q. South Carolina rejected a set of tariffs that protected northern industry bu not southern agriculture (1832)
    answer choices
    slave rebellion
    Hartford Convention
    nullification crisis
    secession
  • Question 19
    180 seconds
    Q. author of the South Carolina Exposition on Nullification
    answer choices
    George Wallace
    Henry Wallace
    Lester Maddux
    John Calhoun
  • Question 20
    180 seconds
    Q. 36-30 - all slave states to the north, all free states to the south, states come into the union in pairs
    answer choices
    Compromise of 1850
    Kansas-nebraska Act
    Missouri Compromise
    popular sovereignty
  • Question 21
    180 seconds
    Q. World War I era Supreme Court Case that limited free speech.  Speech is not protected if it causes a "clear and present danger"
    answer choices
    Marbury v. Madison
    Schenck v. United States
    Roe v. Wade
    US v. Debs
  • Question 22
    180 seconds
    Q. if one country "falls" to Communism all countries near them will follow
    answer choices
    brinksmanship
    domino theory
    containment
    game theory
  • Question 23
    180 seconds
    Q. Meeting where it was decide that the Soviets could liberate Eastern Europe, after the Soviets promised to allow free and fair elections.
    answer choices
    Potsdam
    Tehran
    Boca
    Yalta
  • Question 24
    180 seconds
    Q. "life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness"  - Declaration of Independence - 1776
    answer choices
    Social Contract
    rights of Englishmen
    primo genitor
    Natural Rights
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