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Civics: Early America
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1Natural Rights are..........
 
Rights people are born with
Rights that can not be taken away
Can be seen by just looking at it
Powers that are fair
 
2Just Powers means............
 
Permission of those under the government's rule
Can be seen by just looking at it
Powers that are fair
Rights that can not be taken away
 
3Self-evident means...........
 
Rights people are born with
Trying to find joy and contentment
Permission of those under the governments rule
Can be seen by just looking at it
 
4Pursuit of Happiness means...........
 
Rights that can not be taken away
Powers that are fair
Permission of those under the governments rule
Trying to find joy and contentment
 
5Consent of the governed means............
 
Permission of those under the government's rule
Can be seen by just looking at it
Trying to find joy and contentment
Powers that are fair
 
6Unalienable rights means..............
 
Rights people are born with
Powers that are fair
Rights that can not be taken away
Permission of those under the governments rule
 
7Baron de Montesquieu was a great ? of his time.
 
Scientist
Thinker
Doctor
King
 
8What country did America declare its independence from?
 
Germany
France
India
Great Britain
 
9A government with nobody as a leader
 
Oligarchy
Anarchy
Monarchy
 
10A government that is ruled by military members who took over by force
 
Democracy
Junta
Monarchy
 
11What are your natural rights?
 
Life, Liberty, & Freedom
Life, Liberty, & Freedom of Speech
Life, Liberty, & Property
 
12According to John Locke, what is the main purpose of government?
 
To control others
To protect the natural rights
To make laws for non-government people to follow
 
13The _________ imposed a tax on every legal document, newspaper, pamphlet, and deck of cards coming into the colonies.
 
Stamp Act
Tea Act
Quartering act
Sugar Act
 
14This law banned settlement in certain western lands to reduce tensions between the Native Americans and the colonists.
 
Quartering Act
Proclamation Act
Declaratory Act
Stamp Act
 
15This law stated that Parliament had the right to pass laws for the colonies in all cases whatsoever.
 
Tea Act
Proclamation Act
Quartering Act
Declaratory Act
 
16This law gave the East India Trading Company the sole right to sell tea to the colonies.
 
Boston Tea Party
Tea Act
Sugar Act
Declaratory Act
 



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