CHAPTER 14CIVIL RIGHTS
1. Although many colonial Americans advocated equality, they envisioned it only for _.
a. colored men
c. white men
b. black men
d. Native Americans
2. What are the equality of rights for person
CHAPTER 13CIVIL LIBERTIES
1. Because there was no standing army to protect the people from foreign invasions, the _
Amendment was adopted.
2. Natural rights _.
a. are guaranteed
CHAPTER 12THE JUDICIARY
1. In which year did Congress establish the lower courts?
2. Which of the following can hear cases and conduct trials?
a. district courts
c. the Supreme Court
FOCUS ON . . . ECONOMIC POLICY
1. What kind of economy has individuals and corporations own its capital or productive capacity,
businesses, factories, and farms?
1. The description of Congress and its powers is found in Article _ of the Constitution.
2. The Founders intended Congress to be _.
a. run according to informal norms
CHAPTER 10THE PRESIDENCY
1. For most of the nineteenth century, the real power at the national level resided in the _
2. Which of the following is an eligib
CHAPTER 6INTEREST GROUPS
1. Organizations that try to achieve at least some of their goals with government assistance are called
a. political parties
c. political action committees
b. interest groups
d. national party committees
1. The history of negative and slanderous mud-slinging in presidential elections began with _.
a. Bush and Gore
b. Obama and McCain
c. Wilson and Roosevelt
d. Jefferson and Adams
2. The right to vote is ter
CHAPTER 5NEWS MEDIA
1. The mass media _.
a. include newspaper, magazines, books, radio, television, movies, records, and the Internet
b. do not have an impact on government
c. are declining in influence in the United States
d. were establi
CHAPTER 7POLITICAL PARTIES
1. Political parties consist of three interrelated components, including _.
a. private citizens who belong to political action committees or PACs
b. officeholders who are elected or appointed in the name of the p
July 10, 2015
Pluralism by definition is a condition or system in which two or more states, groups,
principles, sources of authority, etc., coexist. Relating to the government, a pluralist is someone
who generally looking out for their fam
BY: MIGUEL BRETON
Who is Ronald Reagan ?
Born Ronald Wilson Reagan
He also served in the
He was a former actor and
California governor, served
as the 40th U.S. president
from 1981 to 1989 (He
served two terms as
He was bo