Law Chapter 2 Review

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Law Chapter 2
Review
True or False
• The Declaration of Independence was adopted on July 4,
1776, by the delegates of the original colonies meeting in
Philadelphia.
True or False
• True
True or False
• The Fourteenth Amendment applied to all state governments
the restrictions that had previously limited only the powers of
the federal government.
True or False
• True
True or False
• Even though political parties are very important in the
selection of candidates for federal offices, they are not
mentioned in the Constitution.
True or False
• True
True or False
• Almost universal access by anyone with a computer to the
information contained on the Internet was facilitated primarily
through a program developed in the spare time of Tim
Berners-Lee.
True or False
• True
True or False
• The Senate can block any action of the House, but the House
cannot block any action of the Senate.
True or False
• False
Multiple Choice
• When the Constitution was declared effective and binding on
March 4, 1789, only __ states had ratified it
• A.)7
• B.)9
• C.)11
• D.)13
Multiple Choice
• B.) 9
Multiple Choice
• The U.S. Constitution provided that persons may not be
deprived of without the due process of law:
• A.) Life, Liberty, and Property
• B.) Food, Clothing, and Shelter
• C.) Health, Happiness, and Prosperity
• D.) Life, Liberty, or the Pursuit of Happiness
Multiple Choice
• A.) Life, Liberty, and Property
Multiple Choice
• The American Declaration of Independence
• A.) Denounced royal rule and the “divine right of kings”
throughout the world.
• B.) Called for a strong central government of the American
colonies, to be based in Washington, D.C.
• C.) States that all men endowed by their Creator with the right to
life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.
• D.) All of these.
Multiple Choice
• C.) States that all men endowed by their Creator with the right
to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.
Multiple Choice
• If convicted under due process of law, a criminal may be
deprived of
A.) Liberty, by imprisonment
B.) Property, by fine or order to make restitution
C.) Life, by execution
D.) All, or a combination, of these
Multiple Choice
• D.) All, or a combination, or these
Multiple Choice
• Which amendment to the U.S. Constitution abolished slavery?
• A.) First
• B.) Thirteenth
• C.) Fourteenth
• D.) None of the above
Multiple Choice
• B.) Thirteenth
Completion
• While listening to a national newscast, Masami learned the
President of the United States was being impeached for
bribing some members of the House of Representatives. The
legislative body that would have the sole power to conduct
the impeachment trial to follow is the __________.
Completion
• Senate
Completion
• The groundwork for the Internet was laid in the 1960’s during
the Cold War by the U.S. Department of _________.
Completion
• Defense
Completion
• The _____________ is the federal agency that governs health
and safety in the workplace.
Completion
• Occupational Safety and Health Administration
Completion
• A right vital to the protection of all the others, the right of
_________ was, nonetheless, only legitimized by a decision of
the U.S. Supreme Court in the 1960’s.
Completion
• Privacy
Completion
• Four of the original 13 states were reluctant to ratify the U.S.
Constitution because they felt the Constitution failed to
protect certain human rights. This deficiency was corrected by
the ______________
Completion
• Bill of Rights

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