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50:50. 15. $1 Million. 14. $500,000. Welcome to Who Wants to be a Millionaire American Government Final Review Edition. 13. $250,000. 12. $125,000. 11. $64,000. 10. $32,000. 9. $16,000. 8. $8,000. 7. $4,000. 6. $2,000. 5. $1,000. 4. $500. 3. $300. 2. $200. 1. $100.

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$100- Who wrote the Declaration of Independence?

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A: George Washington

B: Thomas Jefferson

C: James Madison

D: Patrick Henry


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$200- What was our first attempt at government?

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A: Dec. of Independence

B: Magna Carta

D: Articles of Confederation

C: Constitution


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$300- Which form of government is characterized by elected representatives?

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A: Republic

B: Democracy

C: Dictatorship

D: Monarchy


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$500- Which of the following is not a power of the executive branch?

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A: make treaties

B: appoint judges

C: declare war

D: enforce the law


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$1000- Who developed the idea of checks and balances?

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A: Thomas Jefferson

B: John Locke

C: Samuel Adams

D: Montesquieu


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$2000- According to Locke, governments exist to protect your life, liberty, and?

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A: property

B: pursuit of happiness

C: freedom of religion

D: freedom of speech


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$4,000- How many Senators must vote to override a Presidential veto?

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A: 51

B: 67

C: 279

D: impossible


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$8,000- Which of the following positions would a conservative be least likely to support?

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A: tax cuts

B: pro-life

C: death penalty

D: gay marriage


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$16,000- The Bill of Rights guarantees you the right to a fair and speedy trial, which amendment can this be found in?

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A: 2

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D: 7


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$32,000- Which landmark Supreme Court case set the precedent of “separate but equal”?

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A: Marbury v. Madison

B: Roe v. Wade

C: Brown v Topeka BOE

D: Plessy v. Ferguson


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$64,000- If a law increasing the sales tax for teenagers is ruled unconstitutional, which branch is checking which branch?

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A: J checks L

B: L checks E

C: E checks L

D: J checks E


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$125,000- Which of the following is not a power of Congress?

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A: declare war

B: taxes

D: approve appointments

C: make treaties


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$250,000- Which of the following is not a concurrent power?

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A: admit new states

B: charter banks

C: make and enforce laws

D: tax


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$500,000- Which of the following states does not use a winner take all system in the electoral college?

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A: Colorado

B: Vermont

C: Maine

D: Iowa


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$1,000,000- Which of the following individuals is not a current leader in Congress?

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A: Joe Biden

B: Robert Byrd

C: Nancy Pelosi

D: Strom Thurmond


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