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QUICK THINKING! CIVICS GOALS 1 to 3 Lets Begin!
GOAL Civil Bodie Politik comes from which early American document?
Goal What is an example of a direct democracy in early colonial America?
Goal Who used John Lockes idea of life, liberty, and property to explain unalienable rights listed in the Declaration of Independence?
Goal WHAT IS #2 CALLED?
GOAL WHAT COMPROMISE SETTLED THE ISSUE OF REPRESENTATION IN CONGRESS?
Goal Which group favored strict interpretation of the Constitution and supported a Bill of Rights?
GOAL WHAT DOES THE ESTABLISHMENT CLAUSE PROHIBIT?
GOAL IN WHICH GOV T. STYLE DO PEOPLE HAV E THE POWER?
GOAL What is missing? enumerated delegated ???????? Those powers granted to the national government that are actually stated in the Constitution.
GOAL Who is the leader of the House of Representatives?
GOAL ART I WHICH BRANCH? ART II WHICH BRANCH? ART III WHICH BRANCH?
Goal Which amendment (s)? DUE PROCESS and EQUAL PROTECTION UNDER THE LAW!
GOAL NO discrimination in public places like hotels, bus stations, etc court case.
GOAL Which court case outlawed capital punishment?
GOAL Which group believed in a strong, central government? Their leader was Alexander Hamilton.
Goal Which tax type hurts lower income people most? Regressive taxation OR Progressive taxation?
GOAL Which federal agency investigates most airplane crashes?
GOAL Which Constitutional article keeps the Constitution up-to-date by allowing amendments to be added?
Goal In terms of largest to smallest, which is out of place? CONTINENT COUNTY COUNTRY CITY TOWN VILLAGE
GOAL ARE SHERIFFS APPOINTED OR ARE THEY ELECTED IN NORTH CAROLINA?
GOAL WHAT IS IT WHEN VOTERS HAVE THE POWER TO APPROVE OR REJECT A LAW?
GOAL WHICH NC COURT CASE RULED THAT THE STATE CONSTITUTION DOES NOT REQUIRE EQUAL FUNDINGOF SCHOOLS.
GOAL WHICH AMENDMENT EXTENDS RIGHTS TO ALL CITIZENS?
GOAL WHAT IS AN ODDLY SHAPED ELECTION DISTRICT CALLED?
GOAL THE FEDERAL GOVT GIVES MONEY TO STATE GOVERNMENTS TO HELP WITH THE SCHOOL LUNCH PROGRAM. THIS IS AN EXAMPLE OF WHAT TYPE OF REVENUE?
GOAL WHAT IS AN EXAMPLE OF A GOVERNMENT SERVICE? PUBLIC SCHOOL OR INSTALLATION OF SATELLITE TV?
THE END! EOC IS NEARLY HERE!
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