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Civics Fall Exam

short answer questions

Name five social institutions. family, religion, education, economy, and government
"Consent of the governed" gives power to the who?
How do our responsibilities differ from duties as citizens? responsibilities are fulfilled by choice
When our social roles conflict you must do what you must choose between them
Writers Locke and Montesquieu inspired the colonists with the ideas of what?
Natural rights are people's rights to what?
The first three articles of the Constitution described the what? the Three branckes of government
What is the most basic purpose for having laws?
Why do most Americans obey the law?
Most Americans live in?
Duties of citizens of the u.s include: -obeying the laws, -defending the nation,- serving on a jury/ or witness in court, - paying taxes, -attending school
An naturalized citizen do what? run for president or vice president
What are three examples of a power of Congress? -
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