Quiz Me! - All Categories Want to practice for your Citizen Bee competition? Choose the“All Categories” section to answer questions from multiple categories. 1 / 10 Who was the Founding Father that drafted the Massachusetts Constitution and Declaration of Rights, served in the Continental Congress and was a member of the committee to draft the Declaration of Independence? Thomas Jefferson Samuel Adams John Adams Benjamin Franklin 2 / 10 According to the Twentieth Amendment, what will happen if the President-Elect dies before inauguration can occur? The Electoral College will recast their votes. Congress will choose a President similar to when no candidate possesses a majority in the Electoral College. The Vice-President will become President and the Speaker of the House will become Vice-President. The Vice-President Elect will serve as President. 3 / 10 The Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965 did all of the following except? Set an annual ceiling of 120,000 from Western Hemisphere with no cap per-nation. Kept the quota system based on nation of origin for Asian countries. Set an annual ceiling of 170,000 from Eastern Hemisphere with a 20,000 cap per-nation. Abolished the quota system based on nation of origin. 4 / 10 All of the following are associated with the work of the Navajo Code Talkers except: The group was awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor in 2001 They created the code to communicate with each other as prisoner of war They used a mix of traditional Navajo and new words to create the code They eventually used over 600 words to create an unbreakable code 5 / 10 The legal concept of “privilege” recognizes that some conversations are confidential and privileged, and, therefore, cannot be compelled to be divulged. President Richard Nixon asserted what kind of privilege in U. S. v. Nixon? Executive Privilege Presidential Privilege White House Privilege National Privilege 6 / 10 The length of office for an Article III federal judge is/was Declared by the U. S. Supreme Court in the landmark case of Marbury v. Madison. Set by Congress A term “during good behavior.” Set by a federal law passed in 1801 upon the appointment of John Marshall 7 / 10 The daughter of Quaker abolitionists, this suffragist was arrested and found guilty of voting. She died 13 years before the Nineteenth Amendment was passed, granting women the right to vote. Elizabeth Cady Stanton Susan B. Anthony Carrie Chapman Catt Abigail Adams 8 / 10 This United States Senator was the first African American to serve in Congress. Frederick Douglass William Carney Hiram Rhodes Revels William Lloyd Garrison 9 / 10 Which president “fired’ General Douglas MacArthur? President Franklin Roosevelt President Truman None of the above President Eisenhower 10 / 10 A United States senator serves a term of Good behavior 6 years 2 years 4 years Your score is Try another 10!