51. While at the Capitol building, where Congress meets, a Representative may: not be arrested for anything said in a speech.
52. How many states are there in the Union? – 50.
53. How many changes or amendments are there to the US Constitution? – 27.
54. What is the legislative branch of the US government? – Congress.
55. Which President freed the Slaves? – Abraham Lincoln. (On September 22th, 1862; announced on the first day of 1863 “all persons helds as slaves within any State or designated part of a state… shall be then, thenceforward từ dạo ấy, and forever free”).
56. In what month is the new President inaugurated (tấn phong làm thủ tướng)? – January 20th (the 20th amendment).
57. What is the Constitution? – The Supreme law of the land.
58. How many representatives are there in the House of Rep.? – 435 (number of the House of Rep are apportioned among the states according to their populations in the federal census điều tra dân số. Every state is entitled to at least one Rep).
59. Who helped the Pilgrims in America? – The American Indians (Native Americans).
60. For how long do we elect the President? – 4 years.
61. What are the 49th and 50th states of the Union? – Hawaii and Alaska (because states in 1959).
62. Which list contains three rights or freedoms guaranteed by the Bill of Rights? – Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Press, Freedom of Religion.
63. Which of these is a purpose of the United Nations? – To discuss and try to resolve world problems.
64. What are the three branches of US? – Legislative, Executive, Judicial (was set up by the Constitution).
65. What special group advises the President? – The Cabinet.
66. What is the date of Independence Day? – July 14th.
67. Which President was the first Commander in Chief of the US military? – George Washington.
68. How many Supreme Court justices are there? – Nine.
69. What is the national anthem of the US? – The Stars–Spangled Banner (was written by Francis Scott key order of Congress in 1931)
70. What is the White House? – The President’s official home.
71. The role of Congress is to? – make laws.
72. What are the first 10 constitutional amendments called? – The Bill of rights.
73. In the US, a person can be convicted of treason only if? – There are at least two witness to the same actor the person confesses in court.
74. When have the President and Vice President belonged to different parties? – When John Adams was president.
75. Who was the first President of the US under the Articles of Confederation? – John Hanson.
76. What kind of laws can Congress make? – Any laws that are necessary and proper for executing the powers of the federal government.
77. To become a Senator, how old do you have to be? – At least 30.
78. The main job of the President is to? – Carry out the laws.
79. Which of the following is not a power of the President? – To choose the President of the Senate.
80. The President can be removed from office for? – Committing treason (làm phản).
81. According to the Constitution, how is the President elected? - by receiving a majority of the electoral votes.
82. The judicial branch – consists of federal courts.
83. Article III describes the scope of federal power.
84. According to Article III, federal judges hold office? – for life.
85. The Supreme Court has the right to – review decisions of the inferior (cấp dưới) courts.
86. In what year was the Constitution written? – 1787
87. Which of these is guaranteed by the First Amendment? – Freedom of the Press.
88. What are the first 10 amendments to the Constitution called? – the Bill of Rights.
89. When was the Declaration of Independence adopted? – July 4th, 1776.
90. Which of the following amendments to the Constitution does not address or guarantee voting rights? – 7th Amendment.
91. What are the 13 original states? - Virginia, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Connecticut, Maryland, Rhode Island, Delaware, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, New Jersey, South Carolina and Georgia.
92. What do the strips on the US flag mean? – They represent the 13 original states.
93. What is the introduction to the Constitution called? – The Preamble.
94. How many changes or amendments are there to the Constitution? – 27.
95. Which of the following is NOT one of the constitutional requirements to be eligible to become President? – Must have served as a governor.
96. Who selects the Supreme Court justices? – They are appointed by the President.
97. Who said, “Give me liberty or give me death?” – Patrick Henry.
98. Why did the Pilgrims come to America? – For religious freedom.
99. Who has the power to declare war? – Congress.
100. Which of these contains three rights or freedoms guaranteed by the Bill of Rights? – Freedom of speech, freedom of the press, freedom of religion.