Chapter 12 review (2)

Chapter 12 review (2) - Chapter 12 Civil Liberties 1....

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Chapter 12 – Civil Liberties 1. Hamdan v. Rumsfeld underscored the fundamental nature of A. due process. B. ex post facto laws. C. writ of habeas corpus. D. the free exercise clause. E. the establishment clause. 2. Table 12-1 of your book lists the rights in the original constitution. Which of the following are NOT listed on the table? A. habeas corpus B. no ex post facto laws C. no titles of nobility D. protection against the impairment of contracts E. protection against defamation of character 3. According to the Constitution, ex post facto laws cannot A. increase the punishment for a crime after it was committed. B. reduce the proof necessary to convict for a crime after it was committed. C. decrease the punishment for a particular crime. D. be applied to civil laws. E. All of these. 5. ________ are the constitutionally protected freedoms of all persons against governmental restraint: the freedoms of conscience, religion, and expression. A. Civil rights B. Civil liberties C. Due process rights D. Bill of rights E. Free exercise rights 6. ___________ are the constitutional rights of all persons, not just citizens, to due process and the equal protection of the laws: the constitutional right not to be discriminated against by governments because of race, ethnic background, religion, or gender. A. Civil rights B. Civil liberties C. Due process rights D. Bill of rights E. Free exercise rights 8. In the Fifth Amendment there is a clause limiting the power of the national government. It is called A. the establishment clause. B. free service clause.
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C. due process clause. D. civil disobedience clause. E. free exercise clause. 10. Gitlow v. New York was a revolutionary decision because it protected A. freedom of speech from violations by state and local governments. B. freedom of speech from violations by the national government. C. freedom to bear arms from violations by state and local governments D. freedom to bear arms from violations by the national government. E. None of these. 11. The process by which provisions of the Bill of Rights are brought within the scope of the Fourteenth Amendment and so applied to state and local government is known as A. blanket incorporation. B. retroactive incorporation. C. proactive incorporation. D. selective incorporation. E. prescript incorporation. 12. “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof.” In what Amendment can this phrase be found? A. Fourteenth B. Fourth C. First D. Third E. Fifth 14. What clause in the First Amendment states that Congress shall make no law respecting the creation of a state religion? A. establishment clause B. free service clause C. due process clause D. civil disobedience clause E. free exercise clause 16. What clause in the First Amendment states that no government can compel us to accept any creed or to deny us any right because of what we do or do not believe? A. establishment clause
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