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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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Which of the following statements would serve as a proper definition of federalism? A. The arrangement to divide the government into three branches is also known as federalism. B. The responsibility to govern is divided between the national and state governments. C. The system of checks and balances allows the branches to influence, or check, the operations of the others. D. The veto power of the president is an extreme example of federalism.
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The following would serve as a proper definition of federalism: The responsibility to govern is divided between national and state governments.
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Which of the following men is considered the chief architect of the Constitution? A. James Madison B. Thomas Jefferson C. George Washington D. Alexander Hamilton
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James Madison is considered the chief architect of the Constitution.
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What fraction of a vote by the U.S. Congress is needed to override a presidential veto? A. one third B. one half C. two thirds D. three fourths
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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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