27 Amendments
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  • Question 1
    30 seconds
    Q. 1st Amendment
    answer choices
    Freedom of speech, religion, press petition and assembly
    No illegal searches and seizures
    The right to bear arms
    No quartering troops
  • Question 2
    30 seconds
    Q. 2nd Amendment 
    answer choices
    Freedom of speech, religion, press petition and assembly
    No illegal searches and seizures
    The right to bear arms
    No quartering troops
  • Question 3
    30 seconds
    Q. 3rd Amendment 
    answer choices
    Freedom of speech, religion, press petition and assembly
    No illegal searches and seizures
    The right to bear arms
    No quartering troops
  • Question 4
    30 seconds
    Q. 4th Amendment 
    answer choices
    Freedom of speech, religion, press petition and assembly
    No illegal searches and seizures
    The right to bear arms
    No quartering troops
  • Question 5
    30 seconds
    Q.

    5th Amendment

    answer choices

    No self-incrimination

    No double jeopardy

    Due process

    The right to a jury trial in civil cases involving more than $20

    No cruel and unusual punishment

    No excessive bail

    The right to a fair, speedy and public trial in criminal cases.

    The right to a lawyer.

  • Question 6
    30 seconds
    Q.

    6th Amendment

    answer choices

    No self-incrimination

    No double jeopardy

    Due process

    The right to a jury trial in civil cases involving more than $20

    No cruel and unusual punishment

    No excessive bail

    The right to a fair, speedy and public trial in criminal cases.

    The right to a lawyer.

  • Question 7
    30 seconds
    Q.

    7th Amendment

    answer choices

    No self-incrimination

    No double jeopardy

    Due process

    The right to a jury trial in civil cases involving more than $20

    No cruel and unusual punishment

    No excessive bail

    The right to a fair, speedy and public trial in criminal cases.

    The right to a lawyer.

  • Question 8
    30 seconds
    Q.

    8th Amendment

    answer choices

    No self-incrimination

    No double jeopardy

    Due process

    The right to a jury trial in civil cases involving more than $20

    No cruel and unusual punishment

    No excessive bail

    The right to a fair, speedy and public trial in criminal cases.

    The right to a lawyer.

  • Question 9
    30 seconds
    Q. 9th Amendment 
    answer choices
    Electoral College established
    Powers not granted to the federal government are reserved by the states.
    The naming of certain rights in the Constitution does not take away from the rights that are not named
    States sued in state courts
  • Question 10
    30 seconds
    Q. 10th Amendment 
    answer choices
    Electoral College established
    Powers not granted to the federal government are reserved by the states.
    The naming of certain rights in the Constitution does not take away from the rights that are not named
    States sued in state courts
  • Question 11
    30 seconds
    Q. 11th Amendment 
    answer choices
    Electoral College established
    Powers not granted to the federal government are reserved by the states.
    The naming of certain rights in the Constitution does not take away from the rights that are not named
    States sued in state courts
  • Question 12
    30 seconds
    Q. 12th Amendment 
    answer choices
    Electoral College established
    Powers not granted to the federal government are reserved by the states.
    The naming of certain rights in the Constitution does not take away from the rights that are not named
    States sued in state courts
  • Question 13
    30 seconds
    Q. 13th Amendment 
    answer choices
    Grants Congress the power to collect taxes on income
    Banned slavery
    Declares that all citizens are guaranteed equal treatment and protection under the law
    Insures black males the right to vote
  • Question 14
    30 seconds
    Q. 14th Amendment 
    answer choices
    Grants Congress the power to collect taxes on income
    Banned slavery
    Declares that all citizens are guaranteed equal treatment and protection under the law
    Insures black males the right to vote
  • Question 15
    30 seconds
    Q. 15th Amendment 
    answer choices
    Grants Congress the power to collect taxes on income
    Banned slavery
    Declares that all citizens are guaranteed equal treatment and protection under the law
    Insures black males the right to vote
  • Question 16
    30 seconds
    Q. 16th Amendment 
    answer choices
    Grants Congress the power to collect taxes on income
    Banned slavery
    Declares that all citizens are guaranteed equal treatment and protection under the law
    Insures black males the right to vote
  • Question 17
    30 seconds
    Q. 17th Amendment 
    answer choices
    Women are granted the right to vote
    Insures black males the right to vote
    Declares that all citizens are guaranteed equal treatment and protection under the law
    Senators are to be elected by the people
  • Question 18
    30 seconds
    Q. 18th Amendment 
    answer choices
    "Lame Duck" - President and Vice President are sworn into office on Jan. 20th (moved from March 4th)
    Women are granted the right to vote
    Prohibition is repealed. Alcohol is again legal
    The sale, making or transportation of alcohol is illegal
  • Question 19
    30 seconds
    Q. 19th Amendment 
    answer choices
    "Lame Duck" - President and Vice President are sworn into office on Jan. 20th (moved from March 4th)
    Women are granted the right to vote
    Prohibition is repealed. Alcohol is again legal
    The sale, making or transportation of alcohol is illegal
  • Question 20
    30 seconds
    Q. 20th Amendment 
    answer choices
    "Lame Duck" - President and Vice President are sworn into office on Jan. 20th (moved from March 4th)
    Women are granted the right to vote
    Prohibition is repealed. Alcohol is again legal
    The sale, making or transportation of alcohol is illegal
  • Question 21
    30 seconds
    Q. 21st Amendment 
    answer choices
    "Lame Duck" - President and Vice President are sworn into office on Jan. 20th (moved from March 4th)
    Women are granted the right to vote
    Prohibition is repealed. Alcohol is again legal
    The sale, making or transportation of alcohol is illegal
  • Question 22
    30 seconds
    Q. 22nd Amendment 
    answer choices
    No person may serve as President more than twice
    Poll taxes are illegal in federal elections
    Grants Washington D.C. 3 electors to the electoral college
    Establishes a clearer succession to the presidency and vice presidency
  • Question 23
    30 seconds
    Q. 23rd Amendment 
    answer choices
    No person may serve as President more than twice
    Poll taxes are illegal in federal elections
    Grants Washington D.C. 3 electors to the electoral college
    Establishes a clearer succession to the presidency and vice presidency
  • Question 24
    30 seconds
    Q. 24th Amendment 
    answer choices
    No person may serve as President more than twice
    Poll taxes are illegal in federal elections
    Grants Washington D.C. 3 electors to the electoral college
    Establishes a clearer succession to the presidency and vice presidency
  • Question 25
    30 seconds
    Q. 25th Amendment 
    answer choices
    No person may serve as President more than twice
    Poll taxes are illegal in federal elections
    Grants Washington D.C. 3 electors to the electoral college
    Establishes a clearer succession to the presidency and vice presidency
  • Question 26
    30 seconds
    Q. 26th Amendment 
    answer choices
    No person may serve as President more than twice
    Congressional pay raises do not take effect until after the next Congressional election
    The age of eligibility for voting is lowered to 18
    Grants Washington D.C. 3 electors to the electoral college
  • Question 27
    30 seconds
    Q. 27th Amendment 
    answer choices
    No person may serve as President more than twice
    Congressional pay raises do not take effect until after the next Congressional election
    The age of eligibility for voting is lowered to 18
    Grants Washington D.C. 3 electors to the electoral college
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