GOVERNMENT

 

Question 19 (Multiple Choice Worth 3 points)

 

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Section 2 of Article II of the Constitution gives the president the ability to pardon offenses made against the United States except in cases of

 


 

 

Question 20 (Multiple Choice Worth 3 points)

 

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Which of the following is not a constitutional role of the president?

 


 

 

Question 21 (Multiple Choice Worth 3 points)

 

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According to the U.S. Constitution, which of the following people would be eligible to run for U.S. president?

 


 

 

Question 22 (Multiple Choice Worth 3 points)

 

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Line graph titled Percent of Voter Turnout and Registration Rates (Ages 18-29) in Presidential Elections, 1972-2004. The data is represented by three lines on the graph. The green line indicates the Voter Turnout Rate (Registered Voter) and shows the following data points: 1972-88 percent, 1976-84 percent, 1980-82 percent, 1984-80 percent, 1988-79 percent, 1992-88 percent, 1996-70 percent, 2000-73 percent, 2004-80 percent. The purple line indicates the Registration Rates and shows the following data points: 1972-63 percent, 1976-58 percent, 1980-58 percent, 1984-60 percent, 1988-57 percent, 1992-62 percent, 1996-62 percent, 2000-63 percent, 2004-70 percent. The orange line indicates the Voter Turnout Rate (all citizens) and shows the following data points: 1972-55 percent, 1976-50 percent, 1980-50 percent, 1984-51 percent, 1988-42 percent, 1992-54 percent, 1996-40 percent, 2000-40 percent, 2004-51 percent.
© 2012 FLVS

Between the years 1996 and 2004,

 


 

 

Question 23 (Multiple Choice Worth 3 points)

 

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Bar graph titled Percentage of First-Time in Presidential Elections Among 18-29 Year-Old Voters. The green bar indicates the percentage of first time voters in 2000. The purple bar indicates the percentage of first time voters in 2004. The green bar indicates a percentage of approximately 42 percent. The purple bar indicates a percentage of approximately 33 percent.
© 2012 FLVS

Based on this graph of the 2000 and 2004 presidential elections, 18- to 29-year-olds were

 


 

 

Question 24 (Multiple Choice Worth 4 points)

 

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Cartoon that shows hands of a white male reaching down to grab the hands of a black male. The arms are of the white male are covered by a judges robe, with the left arm labeled Supreme Court. A caption below the cartoon reads "A Hand Up-".
© 2012 AP Images

This image was published in the late 1960s during the Civil Rights Movement. Which of the following reflects true statements about the image?

 


 

 

Question 25 (Multiple Choice Worth 3 points)

 

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Where do the House and Senate differ in the lawmaking process?

 


 

 

Question 26 (Multiple Choice Worth 3 points)

 

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According to Article I of the U.S. Constitution, who has the power to “To establish an uniform Rule of Naturalization”?

 


 

 

Question 27 (Multiple Choice Worth 3 points)

 

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According to Article I of the Constitution, who has the ability to approve foreign treaties?

 


 

 

Question 28 (Essay Worth 9 points)

 

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Imagine your local city council is considering a city-wide curfew in response to a recent increase in crimes committed by teens. The proposed curfew would prohibit unsupervised children under 17 from being out after 9:00 p.m. on weekdays, and after 10:00 p.m. on weekends.  Some believe the curfews is a good prevention tool, keeping at-risk kids from becoming victims or criminals. Opponents argue confining innocent youth to their homes does not make young people more responsible. In a well-written paragraph, analyze whether the benefits of creating this curfew are worth the costs. Use examples from personal experience or the module to support your answer.

 


 

 

Question 29 (Essay Worth 9 points)

 

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Answer the following question in one to two well-written paragraphs. Which of the following have the greatest impact in determining and shaping public policy – political parties or interest groups? Be sure to explain your reasoning and support your answer with at least one example.

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