SS.7.C.2.4, SS.7.C.2.5 Review
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  • Question 1
    30 seconds
    Q. What are the rights/freedoms in the bill of rights?
    answer choices
    Free speech, freedom of religion, freedom to assemble, freedom to petition the government, freedom of the press.
    Free speech, right to work, freedom of press, right to assemble
    Freedom of religion, freedom of press, right to an education, freedom of speech.
  • Question 2
    30 seconds
    Q. What might be three limits on freedom of speech?
    answer choices
    The speech may cause violence, cause a dangerous situation, or cause libel.
    The speech may cause hurt feelings, or a dangerous situation
  • Question 3
    30 seconds
    Q. What amendment gives you protection from testifying against yourself?
    answer choices
    Amendment 3
    Amendment 5
    Amendment 6
  • Question 4
    30 seconds
    Q. What did the Anti-Federalists want?
    answer choices
    No government.
    A monarchy
    A government that did not have too much power, and individual rights
  • Question 5
    30 seconds
    Q. What does ex-post facto mean?
    answer choices
    Show why a person being held and if not release him/her.
    Not allowed to be tried for the same crime twice.
    A bill cannot be written to punish a crime after the fact.
  • Question 6
    180 seconds
    Q. Where can a description of U.S. citizens’ civil liberties be found?
    answer choices
    Declaration of Independence
    Preamble to the Constitution
    Pledge of Allegiance
    Bill of Rights
  • Question 7
    180 seconds
    Q. What constitutional right does this image symbolize?
    answer choices
    ex post facto
    trial by peers
    legal representation
    peaceable assembly
  • Question 8
    180 seconds
    Q. Which three rights are guaranteed by the Bill of Rights?
    answer choices
    freedom of speech, right to work, right to petition the government
    right to bear arms, right to a speedy trial, right to an education
    freedom of speech, right to bear arms, right to a speedy trial
    right to vote, right to work, right to a speedy trial
  • Question 9
    180 seconds
    Q. Why does the U.S. Supreme Court continue to debate the constitutionality of the death penalty?
    answer choices
    Citizens are protected from unreasonable search and seizure.
    Citizens are protected from cruel and unusual punishment.
    Citizens are protected against double jeopardy.
    Citizens are protected against unfair trials.
  • Question 10
    180 seconds
    Q. Which constitutional principle is applied when police inform suspects of their rights?
    answer choices
    due process of law
    eminent domain
    double jeopardy
    trial by jury
  • Question 11
    180 seconds
    Q. The statement below was made by President Dwight Eisenhower upon signing Public Law 396 in 1954 which added “under God” to the Pledge of Allegiance. 
    "
    To anyone who truly loves America, nothing could be more inspiring than to contemplate this rededication of our youth, on each school morning, to our country's true meaning."
    Which First Amendment protections have been cited in opposition to this change?
    answer choices
    establishment and free exercise
    establishment and association
    speech and free press
    association and speech
  • Question 12
    180 seconds
    Q. Which type of law makes an act a crime after it has been committed?
    answer choices
    summary judgment
    double jeopardy
    habeas corpus (you must be informed of your charges)
    ex post facto (You can't be charged for a crime unless the law has been written already)
  • Question 13
    180 seconds
    Q. What is the significance of the U.S. Supreme Court opinion that words creating a “clear and present danger” are not protected by the First Amendment? 
    answer choices
    The Constitution limits individual rights.
    The Constitution safeguards individual rights.
    The Constitution does not limit individual rights.
    The Constitution does not safeguard individual rights.
  • Question 14
    180 seconds
    Q. Below is a statement from Chief Justice John Roberts.

    “…students do not shed their First Amendment rights at the school house gate.”


    Source: Morse v. Frederick (2007)
    Why is this statement significant?
    answer choices
    The Constitution limits individual rights.
    The Constitution safeguards individual rights.
    The Constitution does not limit individual rights.
    The Constitution does not safeguard individual rights.
  • Question 15
    180 seconds
    Q. The passage below about government is from Federalist No. 51.
    "If men were angels, no government would be necessary. If angels were to govern men, neither external nor internal controls on government would be necessary...the great difficulty lies in this: you must first enable the government to control the governed; and in the next place oblige it to control itself. " 
    How are the author’s views from this passage applied in the U.S. Constitution? 
    answer choices
    The U.S. Constitution limits the rights of the people.
    The U.S. Constitution limits the power of the federal government.
    The U.S. Constitution requires the states to provide for the common defense.
    The U.S. Constitution requires the government to promote the general welfare.
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