Quiz Me! - All Eras: All Categories Test your knowledge about all the categories in all eras. 1 / 10 Bush v. Gore issued an order requiring what action? Stopping the recount of the Florida votes Requiring the Florida state legislature to declare a winner Extending the deadline for vote verification Requiring a recount of the Florida votes 2 / 10 Why was the District of Columbia given 3 electoral votes by the Twenty Third Amendment? This is the maximum number that the Constitution written in 1787 would allow. This is the minimum number granted to any other state. They were allocated based on the 1960 census. They were awarded based on DC’s population at the time. 3 / 10 In Lemon v. Kurtzman, the Supreme Court established the “Lemon Test” for deciding cases concerning the 1st Amendent’s Establishment Clause. What are the three parts of the Lemon Test? All of the above. The law’s primary effect must neither advance nor inhibit religion The law must have a secular purpose The law cannot result in “excessive entanglement” with religion. 4 / 10 James Monroe’s presidency is known as what? Era of Hope Era of Disaster Era of Pride Era of Good Feelings 5 / 10 In the Declaration of Independence one of the charges against the king was that without colonists’ consent he had “quartered large bodies of armed troops among us.” This was remedied (protected against) in Amendment 7 Amendment 1 Amendment 3 Amendment 5 6 / 10 Sometimes called a “Forgotten Founder,” this man served as an aide-de-camp to George Washington, a delegate of the Continental Congress, delegate to the Annapolis Convention and the Constitutional Convention. He introduced the Virginia Plan at the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia. John Locke Edmund Randolph Thomas Paine Aaron Burr 7 / 10 Which war does the list above best describe? Spanish-American War World War II World War I Korean War 8 / 10 Jill was punished at school for smoking in the restroom. Her punishment was a three day suspension. When she told her parents, they were livid and said that the school’s punishment was too lenient. They took away her nearly new convertible Mustang and said she could not drive for two months. Now, Jill was livid. In her civics class, she had been studying the Bill of Rights. Of course, she was a bit confused, thinking that her constitutional protections applied to her current situation. Still, with great sounding authority she announced that the grounding was illegal because the parents actions Conflicted with Seventh Amendment Did not include a formal indictment by the Office of the District Attorney Constituted a violation of the “double jeopardy” of the Constitution Was a violation of her Miranda rights 9 / 10 Which title best represents the graphic organizer above? Hurricane Katrina in 2005 Hurricane Sandy in 2012 Hurricane Ida in 2021 Hurricane Harvey in 2017 10 / 10 The following are true of Robert Johnson except: In his early years he worked as a lobbyist for the cable industry He earned a Master’s degree in Public Affairs from princeton University He diversified his assets into professional sports and promoted humanitarian efforts He purchased Black Entertainment Television (BET) from Viacom Your score is Try another 10!