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10 You can do anything but organize in this, which means there is no government. Anarchy

11 Everyone votes on everything in this type of government. Direct Democracy

12 The source of power in a monarchy Divine Right

13 The correct term for the way a dictator comes to power Coup D’Etat

14 When a monarch steps down from the throne Abdication

15 Someone who believes things from both the right and left sides. Moderate

16 Someone who supports private property rights over environmental laws Conservative

17 Someone who belongs to the Neo-Nazi party. Reactionary

18 Someone who supports a voucher system for education. Conservative

19 Definition of Radical Want swift change towards something new

20 Our Unalienable Rights Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness

21 Author of Unalienable Rights Thomas Jefferson

22 Description of social contract Citizens give up individual rights in exchange for protection by the government

23 Interpretation of social contract by this English philosopher influence US Government John Locke

24 Name of document that serves as blueprint for our government Constitution

25 In political cartoons, symbol for each. Donkey = Dem Elephant = Rep

26 Party which wants to amend the constitution to outlaw abortion Republican

27 Party which wants more environmental laws Democrat

28 Party that wants trade laws to include review of human rights records Democrat

29 Party that wants discrimination laws to stay as they are now (not include sexual orientation) Republicans

30 The Introduction to the Constitution Preamble

31 First written document that limited power of English Kings Magna Carta

32 Importance of phrase “We the People” Expresses popular sovereignty

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35 Document that organized US government before the Constitution Articles of Confederation

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50 Most common way a case gets to Court. Writ of certiorari.

51 Rule of four. At least four justices must agree in order for a case to be heard.

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53 What happens at the conferences. They discuss their opinions of the cases they’ve heard that week.

54 Explanation of legal brief and who can write one. Written argument for one side of a case, anyone can write one.

55 Three types of opinions written by justices. Majority, dissenting, concurring.

56 Five parts of the 1 st Amendment. Free speech, press, religion, assembly, and right to petition the government.

57 A limitation on the 1 st, this involves lewd, impure, or sexual messages. Obscenity.

58 The Supreme Court ruled in Texas v. Johnson that this action is protected as symbolic speech. Flag burning.

59 This specific part of the 1 st Amendment says you can create any religion you want. Establishment Clause.

60 A limitation on the 1 st Amendment, this is the printed version of slander. Libel.

61 Right to bear arms. 2

62 You have more rights than those listed. 9

63 States must enforce the Bill of Rights. 14

64 Amendment used to explain states’ rights. 10

65 No quartering of soldiers allowed. 3

66 The Japanese attack of this American Naval base led the US to enter WWII. What is Pearl Harbor?

67 This is the name given to Japanese suicide pilots whose desperate actions slowed Allied advances in What are Kamikaze?

68 This important America victory in 1942 was made possible because we broke the Japanese code. What is the Battle of Midway?

69 He was the supreme allied commander of forces in the Pacific. Who was Gen. Douglas MacArthur?

70 This is the correct order of these events chronologically: Iwo Jima, Midway, Pearl Harbor, Hiroshima. What is Pearl Harbor, Midway, Iwo Jima, Hiroshima?

71 He was the fascist leader of Italy before & during most of WWII. Who was Benito Mussolini?

72 He was the US president for most of WWII. Who is Franklin Roosevelt?

73 He was the supreme Allied commander of forces in the European theatre of war. Who was Dwight D Eisenhower?

74 He was England’s Prime Minister during the 1930’s. Who was Neville Chamberlain?

75 Who was the German President who made Hitler chancellor. Who was Paul von Hindenburg?

76 These were the three nations that made up the Axis Powers. What are Germany, Italy, and Japan?

77 This is term that describes the foreign policy followed by the United States in the 1920s and 1930s. What is isolationism?

78 These are three examples of appeasement. What are allowing Germany to rearm, German reoccupation of the Rhineland, German union with Austria, allowing Germany to take the Sudetenland, etc.

79 The Big 3 met at this conference to plan the final defeat of Japan and the post war world. What is the Yalta Conference?

80 This document was issued by Roosevelt and Churchill in August of 1941 supporting the rights of people to choose their own governments. What is the Atlantic Charter?

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