anonymous
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“It is ... particularly true of constitutional government that its atmosphere is opinion .... It does not remain fixed in any unchanging form, but grows with the growth and is altered with the change of the nation's needs and purposes.” -Woodrow Wilson Which Constitutional principle was designed to take into account the growth to by Woodrow Wilson in the quote above? A. Checks and balances B. Seperation of powers C. The constant of the governed D. The amendment process
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I give Medals.
anonymous
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I think it is A
anonymous
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Okay could you help with a few more. I have answer choices for them (that I thought it was) and can you just tell me if I am correct?

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anonymous
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Yeah
anonymous
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Okay it will take like 5 minutes :) Thanks!
anonymous
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ok!
anonymous
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Okay I will start with these: The democratic principle, enunciated in the words of the Declaration of Independence, declared that government was secondary, that the people who established it were primary. Thus, the future of democracy depended on the people, and their growing consciousness of what was the decent way to relate to their fellow human beings all over the world.” -Howard Zinn Which concept articulated in the Declaration of Independence is most accurately reflected by the quote produced above? A. the right to bear arms B. the consent of the governed C. The reoresentation before taxatiom D. The unalienable rights. (my answer) Which of the graphics above most appropriately represents a failure of the Articles of Confederations? I: A strong executive branch with no ability to tax various state governments II: A legislateive branch comprised of two chambers III: Lack of an executive branch or nay powerful central authority to aribtrate disputes between states IV: a detailed list of individual rights and liberties that the government would respect. A. I B. II C. IV D.III (my answer)
anonymous
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1.D 2.C
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Which of the graphics above most appropriately illustrates the form of government created by the Articles of Confederation? I: Seperation of Powers between three brances of goverment II: A strong executive branch III A single branch of government, the legislature IV: The prominence of federal government over state government. A. II B. III C.I (my answer) D. IV The structure represented in the graphic above, created by the United States Constitution, reflects the principle of ______________. ( I will attach picture) A. Limisted government B. Republicanism C. Seperation of powers D. Popular soverignty (I couldnt decide between C and A. But I am leaning for towars C)
anonymous
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By the way I totally understand if you do not want to help me because I know it is A LOT of work and I wont be mad!
anonymous
  • anonymous
It's okay I am so bored and I completely understand. This is how I was before. 3. C 4. C I believe your answers are correct.
anonymous
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You're so awesome! Thanks so much, theres only a couple more. What constitutes an American? Not color nor race nor religion. Not the pedigree of his family nor the place of his birth. Not the coincidence of his citizenship. Not his social status nor his bank account. Not his trade nor his profession. An American is one in whose heart is engraved the immortal second sentence of the Declaration of Independence.” -Harold Ickes Which principle espoused in the Declaration of Independence is best reflected by the statement reproduced above? A. the right to bear arms B. The alienable rights C. The consent of the governed D. The equality of all men. (my answer but I am really iffy abot it) Which of the graphics above most accurately illustrates the reason for the creation of an amendment process to the US Constitution? ( I will attach picture) A. II B. I, II, & III C. III (I was super confused on this one so this is my guess) D.I “There is nothing in which mankind have been more unanimous; yet nothing can be inferred from it more than this, that the multitude have always been credulous, and the few artful.” -John Adams The quote from John Adams reproduced above most closely represents the Founder’s reasoning behind which Constitutional principle? A. A bicameral legislature B. Consent of the governed (my answer) C.Seperation of powers D. Freedom of speech
anonymous
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Whcih of the graphics illustrated above represent rights guarenteed by the Bill of Rights? i: Freedom of Speech II: Right to Redress of Grievances III:Right to Privacy IV: Right to Assemby. A. I and IV B. II and III C. III and IV D. I and III (my answer) I: The constitution did not make a strong enough central government II: The constitution created a central government that possessed too much authority over state governments. III The constitution had no rpuvsions for guarenteeing individual liberties of American citizens. Which of the graphics above most accurately represents the arguments of George Mason and other Anti-Federalists who opposed ratification of the Constitution? A. I B. II C. III D. II and III (my answer) “If this nation is to be wise as well as strong, if we are to achieve our destiny, then we need more new ideas for more wise men reading more good books in more public libraries. These libraries should be open to all—except the censor. We must know all the facts and hear all the alternatives and listen to all the criticisms. Let us welcome controversial books and controversial authors. For the Bill of Rights is the guardian of our security as well as our liberty.” -John F Kennedy John F. Kennedy’s words can most accurately be interpreted to be a defense of the importance of which Constitutional element? A. The second Amendments right to bear arms B. The first Amendments Freedom of Speech (my answer) C. the Deperation of Powers D. The first Amendments Freedom of Religion
anonymous
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5. B 6. D 7. C 8. D 9. D 10. B
anonymous
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You had most of them right. :)
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Thank you soo much!! :)
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Your welcome!

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