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SOL CE.02b

Civics & Economics SOL CE.02b

Gave Englishmen basic rights and freedoms plus established everyone including the King was subject to the law? Magna Carta
Gave the colonists the same rights of Englishmen? Charters of the Virginia Company of London
Served as a model for the Bill of Rights? Virginia Declaration of Rights
Declared the colonies’ independence from Britain? Declaration of Independence
Who did the Declaration state grievances against? King of Great Britain
What are the unalienable rights given in the Declaration of Independence? Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness
A famous quote from the Declaration states, “All men (people) are created equal”
Established the first form of national government? Articles of Confederation
The Articles of Confederation gave major powers to? The States
The Articles of Confederation created a _____ central government. Weak
Under the Articles of Confederation, the central government had no power to _____ or _____ laws. Answer #1 – tax Answer #2 – enforce
The Articles of Confederation’s failure led to the writing of the… Constitution of the United States
Stated the freedom of religious beliefs and freedom? Virginia Statute of Religious Freedom
What document established the current structure of United States government? Constitution of the United States
The Constitution guarantees equality under the law with _____ rule, but the rights of the _____ protected. Answer #1 – majority Answer #2 – minority
The Constitution affirms the individual _____ of all people. worth and dignity
The 1st Ten Amendments to the Constitution? The Bill of Rights
Fundamental freedoms protected by the Constitution? Religion, Assembly, Press, Petition, Speech
The fundamental freedoms (RAPPS) are located in the _____ in the Bill of Rights. 1st Amendment
Created by: Warren_Fisher