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Critical Thinking Skillbuilder page What is the subject of the map? 4-2. What color are the 13 states?
Critical Thinking Skillbuilder page What is the name of the large western territory unclaimed by any states? 4-4. Along which of the Great lakes did the British hold forts?
Critical Thinking Skillbuilder page What other countries claimed land near the US? 4-6.What type of scale is used on this map?
Chart, p Name one right or freedom included in all 4 documents Which document granted all the rights and freedoms listed on the chart?
Chart, p Name one way the legislative branch can check the powers of the executive branch How can the executive branch check the power of the legislative branch?
Chart, p Name one power shared by state and federal governments Name one power reserved to the state governments.
Fact, fiction, folklore p When was the 27 th amendment first proposed? 5-4. When was it ratified?
Chart, p Which amendment guarantees that if you are arrested you will be informed of the charges against you? 5-6. Which amendment guarantees that every person is entitled to due process of law?
Chart, p Which amendment establishes the process by which the VP takes over when the pres is disabled? 5-8. Which amendment gave the right to vote to 18-year- olds?
Chart, p Which amendment guaranteed citizenship to all persons born or naturalized in the US? Which amendment limited presidents to two full terms in office?
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