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 Texas wishes to tax all imports into the state coming across the border from Mexico in order to fully fund public schools in the state. Which of the following statements is most nearly correct? The consent of Congress is not necessary for Texas to tax goods from Mexico. The tax revenue generated must be equally divided between the state and the national government. None of the above. No state can place taxes on imports except what may be absolutely necessary for enforcing the state’s inspection laws. 2 / 10 William Jennings Bryan’s “Cross of Gold” speech is credited with helping him win… a second term as President of the United States an elected position in the Presbyterian Church a state senate seat in Iowa the presidential nomination at the Democratic National Convention 3 / 10 After defying law that required desegregation, Lester Maddox used the publicity to Change course and embrace desegregation in his place of business Run for the U.S. Senate Successfully run for the office of Governor of Georgia Open more restaurants that continued to segregate patrons 4 / 10 Which is not an effect of the work of Betty Friedan? Laws that prohibited sex discrimination in the workplace The creation of the National Organization for Women The repeal of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution Establishing the modern women’s movement 5 / 10 The Monroe Doctrine, adopted during James Monroe’s presidency, provided that the Western Hemisphere should be free from future European colonization and the U.S. should do what with European wars? Remain neutral Support Oppose Instigate 6 / 10 What was the first protection of the Bill of Rights to be incorporated and applied to the state and local governments? Amendment 2 -- free exercise of religion Amendment 1-- freedom of speech Amendment 6-- the right to a speedy trial Amendment 5 -- the “takings clause” 7 / 10 Because of his articulate defense of American liberty, this author of “The Liberty Song” is known as the “Penman of the Revolution.” John Dickenson John Locke Thomas Hobbes Benjamin Franklin 8 / 10 He was born in Scotland and became the president of Princeton University, requiring students to take a course called Moral Philosophy. John Locke Thomas Jefferson John Witherspoon Thomas Paine 9 / 10 In order to bypass the Senate’s power to ratify treaties, the modern Presidents have used with greater frequency Executive agreements The United Nations Memoranda of Understanding Their Secretary of State to arrange for informal relations 10 / 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. Sanford Dole Clarence Darrow Henry Cabot Lodge, Sr. Alfred Thayer Mahan Your score is Try another 10!