90% Of Americans Can't Answer All These Qs About The Constitution. Can You?

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Can you crack this case on the Constitution?

How well do you know the Constitution of the United States of America? Find out by answering these questions!

 Oct 21, 2018

1 of 18Choose Your Answer:

What was The Constitution called originally?
The Bill of Rights
The Federalist Papers
The Articles of Confederation

2 of 18Choose Your Answer:

Laws for the US are made by:
Congress
The President
The Senate

3 of 18Choose Your Answer:

How many terms can a US president serve?
2
4
8

4 of 18Choose Your Answer:

Which is NOT a branch of government as defined by the Constitution?
Executive
Legislative
Clerical

5 of 18Choose Your Answer:

What is the minimum age requirement for a senator?
30
50
18

6 of 18Choose Your Answer:

How many amendments to the Constitution are there?
27
5
150

7 of 18Choose Your Answer:

What is the main purpose of the Constitution?
To provide citizens with a written record of the constitutional convention
To establish a new government for US and designate its powers and limits
To declare independence from Great Britain

8 of 18Choose Your Answer:

What is the introductory sentence of the Constitution called?
The Federalist Introduction
The Constitutional Address
The Preamble

9 of 18Choose Your Answer:

The first ten amendments are known collectively as what?
The Ten US Commandments
The Federalist Provisions
The Bill of Rights

10 of 18Choose Your Answer:

Who is considered the father of the Constitution?
George Washington
Abraham Lincoln
James Madison

11 of 18Choose Your Answer:

Who was unanimously elected to preside over the 1787 Constitutional Convention?
George Washington
Benjamin Franklin
Theodore Roosevelt

12 of 18Choose Your Answer:

Which word is not in the Constitution?
Justice
Rights
Democracy

13 of 18Choose Your Answer:

Where did the Constitutional Convention meet?
Washington
Philadelphia
New York

14 of 18Choose Your Answer:

Which of the following is the Nineteenth Amendment?
Women's right to vote
Due process
Freedom of speech

15 of 18Choose Your Answer:

The person who is appointed by the President to deal with foreign countries is ______.
Speaker Of The House
Secretary Of State
Attorney General

16 of 18Choose Your Answer:

If you were to "plead the Fifth", you can:
Confront your accuser in court
Refuse to answer questions that will incriminate you
Use a gun to defend yourself

17 of 18Choose Your Answer:

What is the minimum age for a presidential candidate?
65
50
35

18 of 18Choose Your Answer:

If neither the president or vice-president can serve, the job goes to:
Attorney General
The Speaker of the House
Secretary of State
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