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1. (Points: 0.3) The Supreme Court helped enforce slavery and Jim Crowe laws. True False 3. (Points: 0.3) A Civil Right prevents action from the Government. True False 4. (Points: 0.3) The Federalist Papers gave arguments for ratifying the Constitution. True False 5. (Points: 0.3) Judicial review: a. was favored by a majority of the founding fathers. b. was favorably argued in The Federalist papers. c. can be found in Article III of the Constitution. d. was not mentioned in the state ratifying conventions. 6. (Points: 0.3) Slavery was enforced by the Government from the adoption of the Constitution to the Civil War. True False 7. (Points: 0.3) There was not an economic dimension to the failure of the Articles of Confederation.
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True False 8. (Points: 0.3) Thomas Jefferson, James Madison and John Adams were anti-Federalists. True False 9. (Points: 0.3) The Founding Fathers thought slavery would die out by 1860. True False 10. (Points: 0.3) Generally speaking the youngest child will have a different relationship with their parents then the oldest child. True False 11. (Points: 0.3) The limit of people to serve two terms for President was begun by the passage of a. Twenty Second Amendment b. Tenth Amendment c. Twenty Fourth Amendment d. Second Amendment 12. (Points: 0.3) The Civil Rights Act of 1964 exempts employment of aliens outside of States and religious corporations.
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True False 13. (Points: 0.3) The establishment clause of the U.S. Constitution prevents the establishment of an American Church. True False 14. (Points: 0.3) The right to counsel is guaranteed by a. the First Amendment. b. the Fourth Amendment. c. the Ninth Amendment. d. the Sixth Amendment. 15. (Points: 0.3) One of the main provisions of the Articles of Confederation was a. it guaranteed equal representation for the states.
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