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What was prohibited by the 18th Amendment?
The 18th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution banned the manufacture, sale, and transportation of alcohol (i.e. the beginning of Prohibition).
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The 18th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution banned the manufacture, sale, and transportation of alcohol (i.e. the beginning of Prohibition).
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The right to petition and assemble against the government is guaranteed by the First Amendment. Which of the following is NOT included in this right? A. the right to assemble in public areas B. the right to assemble large groups of people C. the right to argue against government policy D. the right to assemble at military bases or prisons
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The right to assemble at military bases or prisons is NOT included in the right to petition and assemble against the government.
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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Time Remaining 19:55 What does the 17th Amendment say? A. People vote directly for the president only. B. People vote directly for the president and vice president. C. People vote directly for all government offices. D. People vote directly for senators.
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People vote directly for senators is what is indicated in the 17th amendment.
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A federal system is a system of government where power is. A. held by the federal government. b. divided between the national and state governments. c. decided by an annual vote of the people. d. divided between the Supreme Court and Congress.
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A federal system is a system of government where power is: divided between the national and state governments.

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