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Study Guide Questions

1.     Citizenship is defined as a love for one's country, or nation-state. True or False.
2.     Before 1776, people who lived in what is now the USA were considered what?
3.     What document governed the Unites States before the Constitution was drafted?
4.     The first ten amendments to the Constitution are known as the _______________.
5.     How many branches of government are there?
6.     The Statue of Liberty was given to the United States as a designed by a Spanish sculptor. True or False.
7.     What are three duties of a citizen?
8.     The Pledge of Allegiance originally stated, "I pledge allegiance to the Flag and to the Republic for which it stands, one nation, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all." True or False.
9.     Popular myth credits whom with having sewn the first American flag?
10.     One of the greatest examples of lawful dissent was the Labor Movement. True or False.
11.     What is, ideally, the freedom to work and to reap the benefits of your work?
12.     How has the Supreme Court historically interpreted the clause in the Constitution that prohibits the government from "endorsing" any religion?
13.     The Senate and House of Representatives are a part of the ____________ branch of American government.
14.     Who wrote the "Star Spangled Banner?
15.     The Declaration of Independence states that we, as citizens, are endowed with certain inalienable rights that include _________, ____________, and ___________.
16.     How does the government pay for the services it offers?
17.     The term _____________ refers to people of a single nationality, or for multiple nationalities, that join and agree to participate in a formal political union.
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