An online quiz about the parts of the U. S. Consitution, the Checks and Balances, Separation of Powers, and the concept of Federalism.
18 years of age.
25 years of age.
30 years of age.
35 years of age.
State and Federal
George Washington and Benjamin Franklin
James Madison, John Jay, and Alexander Hamilto
Lobbyists and special interest
The President has no war-making powers.
Congress has no war-making powers.
We can't afford another war.
Congress has the power to declare war and must be consulted.
Obama signs a bill into law.
Majority Leader Harry Reid speaks to the Senate and calls for a vote.
Supreme Court strikes down a law as unconstitutional.
Clinton is impeached for lying to the FBI under oath.
The political party to which he/she belongs.
The various state legislatures
A group of electors appointed for this purpose.
Amending the Constitution to include the 19th Amendment.
Having a law passed by Congress allowing them to vote.
Presidential order of Woodrow Wilson.
Forcing every state to allow them to vote.
President Woodrow Wilson.
Three fourths of the State legislatures.
Bar owners and liquor importers and sellers.
3/4 of the U.S. Congress-House and Senate
The power of the Federal government.
The power split between the Congress and the President.
The split of power between the States and the Federal government.
Pamphlets printed up by George Washington.
3/4 of the States.
9 of 13 of the States.
The Congress of the United States by majority vote.
A vote of a majority of the people.
Longest; Executive branch
Shortest; Legislative branch
Best written; Electoral College
Shortest; Judicial branch
Suggesting and working for its approval.
Sitting as the judge in the Senate.
Signing or vetoing the amendment.
Counting up the votes of the States.
Here's an interesting quiz for you.