AMERICAN HISTORY
Unit 1 Test MC 18-19.docx

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What types of government best shows the “state of nature”? a Direct Democracy b Absolute Monarchy c Anarchy d Junta 17 When the federal/national government has more power, this is known as what system of government? a Confederacy b Unitary c Federal
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d Absolutist 18 A major difference between an oligarchy and an aristocracy is? a An aristocracy is ruled by the poor, an oligarchy by the rich b An oligarchy is ruled by a king, aristocracy by the people c An aristocracy is ruled by the rich, oligarchy by a few people d An oligarchy is ruled by a few people, aristocracy by the Arians 19 What would be a characteristic of the melting pot theory? a Many Cultures b Tolerance c Give up culture d Same goals 20 What are the 3 ways to become a United States citizen? a Born here, parent is a citizen, marry a citizen b Born here, live here 15 years, naturalization c Take a test, move here, apply for citizenship d Naturalization, born here, parent is a citizen 21 Who creates social contacts? a Government b One person c The people d Facebook 22 A representative democracy is also known as a Republic b Resident c Rousseau d Democracy 23 In a democracy who has the power to vote? a Government b Everyone c No one d Some people 24 Which of the following is NOT a step in the naturalization process?
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a Ceremony b Application c Taking a test d Going to school 25 Naturalization means ? a The process to enter a country b The process to leave a country c The process to become a citizen d The process to give up citizenship 26 What are the two major political parties in the United States? a Republics and Democracies b Democrats and Republicans c Independents and Republicans d Independents and Democrats 27 One of the steps in the naturalization process requires a person to live in the United States. How long must someone legally live in the United States before they can
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