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Which of these is NOT a function of the present tense? A. to indicate a general truth B. to discuss your thoughts when writing C. to express something that you hope will happen D. to describe events that are happening right now
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While the Court can declare presidential acts unconstitutional, the president A. can veto judicial rulings. B. sets the terms of the Justices. C. selects the cases to be heard by the Supreme Court. D. nominates judges.
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While the Court can declare presidential acts unconstitutional, the president A. can veto judicial rulings. B. sets the terms of the Justices. C. selects the cases to be heard by the Supreme Court. D. nominates judges.
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Groups that are considered unpopular are allowed to express their ideas in the United States. This principle is BEST protected by A. the First Amendment right to freedom of speech. B. the Fifth Amendment right to due process of law. C. the Sixth Amendment right to confront witnesses. D. the Eighth Amendment right to a limit on fines.
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Which Cabinet position was added after 1950? A. Secretary of Agriculture B. Secretary of Health and Human Services C. Secretary of Commerce D. Secretary of Labor
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