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Which prophet and religion does the timeline describe? A. Moses and Judaism B. Muhammad and Islam C. Zarathushtra and Zoroastrianism D. Siddhartha Gautama and Buddhism
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Which of the following Founding Fathers promoted the abolition of slavery? A. Thomas Jefferson B. James Madison C. Benjamin Franklin D. George Washington
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Benjamin Franklin promoted the abolition of slavery.
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James Madison is considered the chief architect of the Constitution.
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C. Two-thirds is the fraction of a vote by the U.S. Congress needed to override a presidential veto.

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The Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, and Eight Amendments deal with what? A. the right to bear arms B. the establishment clause C. powers granted not to the federal government, but to the states D. the rights of those accused of crimes
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The Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, and Eight Amendments deal with: the rights of those accused of crimes.
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