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Which amendment gives a person the right to attend a protest rally without fear of retaliation by the government? A. 2nd B. 1st C. 3rd D. 5th
First Amendment: The Right of Expression
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User: Which amendment gives a person the right to attend a protest rally without fear of retaliation by the government? A. 2nd B. 1st C. 3rd D. 5th

Weegy: First Amendment: The Right of Expression
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User: Which of the Founding Fathers wrote about the separation between church and state? A. John Jay B. George Washington C. Thomas Jefferson D. John Hancock

User: What is freedom of expression? A. a person's freedom to read what they want B. a person's freedom to announce their religion C. a person's freedom to communicate your opinions and ideas through action and public display D. a person's freedom to protest the government and its actions

Weegy: C. a person's freedom to communicate your opinions and ideas through action and public display
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User: What is discrimination? A. treating people unequally on the basis of class or category without considering their qualifications B. judging people by their good characteristics C. fighting against prejudice D. applying a law to all citizens of the United States

Weegy: A. treating people unequally on the basis of class or category without considering their qualifications
selymi|Points 9236|

User: Which of the following events was one of the first noted protests in the history of the United States? A. the civil rights march on Washington D. C. B. Woodstock C. the Million Man March D. the Boston Tea Party

Weegy: D. the Boston Tea Party
stan_r|Points 1382|

User: The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled against all of the following EXCEPT A. government written prayers in school. B. starting a school day with prayer. C. clergy-led prayers at graduation ceremonies. D. student led prayer groups in a private home.

Weegy: D. student led prayer groups in a private home.
ANGEEELICA|Points 7867|

User: Which of the following rights is protected by the First Amendment? A. symbolic speech B. due process C. trial by jury D. right to bear arms

Weegy: A. Symbolic speech is protected by the first amendment.
debnjerry|Points 39669|

User: Despite the citizenship granted by the Snyder Act of 1924 that allowed Native Americans to vote, states used all of the following to prevent Native Americans from voting EXCEPT A. jail terms. B. poll taxes. C. intimidation. D. literacy tests.

Weegy: D. literacy tests.
lgcn|Points 1333|

User: Which of the following is not part of your First Amendment protections? A. freedom of speech B. right to bear arms C. freedom of religion D. right to assemble

User: What is the purpose of a political party's national convention? A. meeting to pick legislative representatives to Congress B. meeting to nominate the party's candidate for president and vice president C. discussion about the party nominee's policy views D. all presidential candidates meet to debate important national issues

Weegy: The correct answer is B. meeting to nominate the party's candidate for president and vice president.
beabok|Points 1094|

User: What is the purpose of a political party's national convention? A. meeting to pick legislative representatives to Congress B. meeting to nominate the party's candidate for president and vice president C. discussion about the party nominee's policy views D. all presidential candidates meet to debate important national issues

Weegy: The correct answer is B. meeting to nominate the party's candidate for president and vice president.
beabok|Points 1094|

User: What is a political party? A. a group of people who fight against the government B. a machine designed to understand the needs of the voters C. people who all mostly agree on the best way to achieve certain goals in government D. process by which laws are suggested and passed by newly elected government officials

Weegy: 1. A political party is a group people who share the same ideas about the way the country should be governed. 2. They work together to introduce new laws, the alter old laws. 3. [ Political parties try to control what happens in Parliament by securing a majority of seats (Members of Parliament). 4. Political Parties have policies. A good example of a policy is ?education must be free for all youngsters between the age of 5 to 18 years of age?. 5. Usually, when a political party wants to change Laws and Regulations they have to put their idea to all the Members of Parliament. A vote then takes place and if the majority of MPs vote ?YES? then the change to the Law/Regulation takes place. ]
MABOO11|Points 655|

User: What is the function of interest groups in the U. S. political process? A. to collect interest on outstanding taxes owed by the people B. to determine the interest of the people on key political issues C. to determine legislator interest on key votes in the Senate and House D. to influence lawmakers to pass laws favorable to them

Weegy: 3 US senators are : Lamar Alexander from TN, Jeanne Shaheen from NH and Harry Reid from NV
mjane25|Points 746|

User: What is the function of interest groups in the U. S. political process? A. to collect interest on outstanding taxes owed by the people B. to determine the interest of the people on key political issues C. to determine legislator interest on key votes in the Senate and House D. to influence lawmakers to pass laws favorable to them

Weegy: 3 US senators are : Lamar Alexander from TN, Jeanne Shaheen from NH and Harry Reid from NV
mjane25|Points 746|

User: Why does the two party system continue to function in the United States? A. The American electorate needs to have two groups to choose from. B. The two party system was mandated by the U.S. Constitution. C. One party represents the wealthy and the other represents the poor. D. People like what is familiar and the two party system has been around for over two centuries.

Weegy: D. People like what is familiar and the two party system has been around for over two centuries.
Expert answered|latefisher|Points 3248|

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