Jeopardy - Government Constitution

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Government Constitution Bill of Rights 1st Amendment $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500

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Constitution Government Bill of Rights 1st Amendment $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500

Constitution $100: 

Constitution $100 2 year term 25 year old 7 years as citizen

Constitution $200: 

Constitution $200 4 year term, natural born citizen, elected by electoral college.

Constitution $300: 

Constitution $300 6 year term, 30 years old, 9 years as citizen.

Constitution $400: 

Constitution $400 Impeach the president Tries the president Presides at trial

Constitution $500: 

Constitution $500 These three things need 2/3 vote.

Constitution $100-Answer: 

Constitution $100-Answer What is the House Representatives?

Constitution $200-Answer: 

Constitution $200-Answer What is the president?

Constitution $300-Answer: 

Constitution $300-Answer What is the Senate?

Constitution $400-Answer: 

Constitution $400-Answer Who are the House, Senate and Chief Justice?

Constitution $500-Answer: 

Constitution $500-Answer What is veto override, amendment, impeachment, or treaty?

Government $100: 

Government $100 Two passions that most people have .

Government $200: 

Government $200 This first United States government was not very effective.

Government $300: 

Government $300 No branch is more powerful than the other branch.

Government $400: 

Government $400 Each branch have different responsibilities.

Government $500: 

Government $500 One branch can limit the power of another branch.

Government $100-Answer: 

Government $100-Answer What are power and money?

Government $200-Answer: 

Government $200-Answer What are the Articles of Confederation?

Government $300-Answer: 

Government $300-Answer What is balance of powers?

Government $400-Answer: 

Government $400-Answer What is separation of powers?

Government $500-Answer: 

Government $500-Answer What are checks and balances?

Bill of Rights $100: 

Bill of Rights $100 This gives the right to bare arms.

Bill of Rights $200: 

Bill of Rights $200 This forbids you from testifying against yourself.

Bill of Rights $300: 

Bill of Rights $300 This outlaws cruel and unusual punishment.

Bill of Rights $400: 

Bill of Rights $400 Right to trial by an impartial jury.

Bill of Rights $500: 

Bill of Rights $500 No unlawful searches without an warrant

Bill of Rights $100-Answer: 

Bill of Rights $100-Answer What is the second amendment?

Bill of Rights $200-Answer: 

Bill of Rights $200-Answer What is the 5th Amendment?

Bill of Rights $300-Answer: 

Bill of Rights $300-Answer What is the 8th amendment?

Bill of Rights $400-Answer: 

Bill of Rights $400-Answer What is the 6th Amendment

Bill of Rights $500-Answer: 

Bill of Rights $500-Answer What is the fourth Amendment?

First Amendment $100: 

First Amendment $100

1st Amendment $200: 

1st Amendment $200 Equal protection are the two most important words.

1st Amendment $300: 

1st Amendment $300 These are two situations when you would not have freedom on the press

1st Amendment $400: 

1st Amendment $400 The two clauses in the freedom of religion.

1st Amendment $500: 

1st Amendment $500 The five rights in the First amendment.

1st Amendment $100-Answer: 

1st Amendment $100-Answer What is the 13th Amendment?

1st Amendment $200-Answer: 

1st Amendment $200-Answer What the 14th Amendment?

1st Amendment $300-Answer: 

1st Amendment $300-Answer What libel or threaten national security

1st Amendment $400-Answer: 

1st Amendment $400-Answer What is establishment clause and the free exercise clause?

1st Amendment $500-Answer: 

1st Amendment $500-Answer What are freedom of speech, religion, press, assembly and petition the government?

Final Jeopardy: 

Final Jeopardy People we learned

Final Jeopardy: 

Final Jeopardy He was a slave that was taken to a free state and sued for freedom.

Final Jeopardy-Answer: 

Final Jeopardy-Answer Who is Dred Scott?