Quiz Me! - All Eras: All Categories Test your knowledge about all the categories in all eras. 1 / 10 Which right in the Bill of Rights did Gideon v. Wainwright apply to the states through the incorporation process? The 6th Amendment Right to Confront Witnesses The 6th Amendment Right to Counsel The 6th Amendment Right to a Speedy & Public Trial The 5th Amendment Protection against Self-Incrimination 2 / 10 This person once said, “You get more joy out of giving to others, and should put a good deal of thought into the happiness you are able to give.” Rosa Parks Eleanor Roosevelt Phyllis Schlafly Oprah Winfrey 3 / 10 President Franklin D. Roosevelt tried to keep the United States from entering World War II by implementing which of the following? A Good Neighbor policy Expanding the rights of Japanese Americans A New Deal with the Axis powers Negotiating directly with Adolf Hitler 4 / 10 Which individual below would most likely support the Federalist Party? A banker from New England A supporter of Thomas Jefferson A plantation owner who believed in states rights A judge who supported strict interpretation of the Constitution 5 / 10 When elected a United States Senator by the state of New York, this person became the first former First Lady to be elected as a U.S. government official Michelle Obama Eleanor Roosevelt Hillary Clinton Ladybird Johnson 6 / 10 This conservative American was born in 1850 and began his political career as a member of the Massachusetts state legislature. He then became a member of the U.S. House of Representatives and later represented Massachusetts in the U.S Senate where he served until his death in 1924. Clarence Darrow Alfred Thayer Mahan Henry Cabot Lodge, Sr. Sanford Dole 7 / 10 What is an underlying reason President Franklin Roosevelt wanted to extend his reforms to the judicial branch? The Court declared some of his New Deal legislation unconstitutional. It was another way to gain the nation’s confidence. He was concerned about the mental health of the justices on the Supreme Court. He was trying to increase the power of the executive branch. 8 / 10 Which statement regarding the Fourteenth Amendment is NOT accurate? Many constitutional scholars argue that it is one of the most used, significant, and far-reaching amendments ever added to the Constitution. The amendment was used to overturn a Supreme Court decision, namely the Court’s decision in Dred Scott v Sanford. The amendment is the final amendment in the all-important Bill of Rights. The first sentence of the Fourteenth Amendment for the first time in the Constitution defines American citizenship. 9 / 10 What was the significance of the Battle of Wounded Knee? The U.S. government passed the American Indian Citizenship Act after the battle. The Lakota Sioux received support for successfully defeating Custer. The Indian Wars ended after the massacre of the Lakota Sioux people. The Sioux successfully prevented the slaughter of the last buffalo herd. 10 / 10 In which U.S. Supreme Court case did Native Americans win a legal victory to keep their land, but the victory was hollow because they were removed from their land anyway? Dartmouth College v. Woodward Worcester v. Georgia Gibbons v. Ogden Barron v. Baltimore Your score is Try another 10!