Gov 27 Amendments Quiz

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  • 1. 

    Freedom of speech, press, religion, assembly, and petition.

    The answer 1 refers to the five freedoms protected by the First Amendment of the United States Constitution: freedom of speech, press, religion, assembly, and petition. These freedoms are fundamental rights that allow individuals to express themselves, practice their religion, gather peacefully, and address the government. The First Amendment ensures that citizens have the right to voice their opinions, publish information, worship freely, come together for peaceful purposes, and address their concerns to the government without fear of censorship or retaliation.

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  • 2. 

    Right to bear arms

  • 3. 

    Citizens do not have to house soldiers

    This statement refers to the Third Amendment of the United States Constitution, which prohibits the government from forcing citizens to provide lodging or housing for soldiers during times of peace. This amendment was included in the Bill of Rights to protect individual privacy and property rights, ensuring that citizens cannot be compelled to accommodate military personnel in their homes.

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  • 4. 

    No unreasonable search or arrest

  • 5. 

    No double jeopardy or no witness against yourself

  • 6. 

    Rights of accused in criminal cases

  • 7. 

    Trial by jury

  • 8. 

    No excessive bail or cruel punishment

    This answer could be suggesting that the principle of "no excessive bail or cruel punishment" is the eighth amendment of the United States Constitution. The eighth amendment protects individuals from being subjected to unreasonable bail amounts or cruel and unusual punishments. It ensures that the punishment for a crime is proportionate and fair.

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  • 9. 

    People get rights not listed in Constitution

  • 10. 

    Any rights not given to federal government are given to the states and the people

  • 11. 

    Individual cannot sue a state in a federal court

  • 12. 

    Separate ballots for President and Vice President

  • 13. 

    Abolish slavery

  • 14. 

    If you are born or naturalized in the US then you are a citizen of the US

    The number 14 does not seem to have any direct connection to the statement provided. Without further context or information, it is difficult to determine the reasoning behind choosing 14 as the correct answer.

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  • 15. 

    You cannot prevent a person from voting because of race, color, or creed

  • 16. 

    Income tax

  • 17. 

    Popular election of US Senators

  • 18. 


  • 19. 

    Women get the right to vote

  • 20. 

    President takes office on January 20th instead of March 4th

    The explanation for the given correct answer is that the President takes office on January 20th instead of March 4th. This means that January 20th is the correct date for the President to assume office, rather than March 4th.

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  • 21. 

    Repeal prohibition

  • 22. 

    President can serve only two terms

    The number 22 is most likely the answer to a question asking for the maximum number of terms a president can serve. This is because in the United States, according to the 22nd Amendment of the Constitution, a president can only serve a maximum of two terms. Therefore, the correct answer is 22.

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  • 23. 

    Washington DC residents can vote for president

  • 24. 

    Anti poll tax

  • 25. 

    How president turns duties over to V.P. due to illness

  • 26. 

    18 year olds get to vote

    The given statement is "18 year olds get to vote". The number 26 does not seem to have any relevance to the statement or the voting age. Therefore, without any additional information or context, it is not possible to provide a logical explanation for the given correct answer.

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  • 27. 

    Congress cannot accept a pay raise until next term

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