Quiz - Civic Values and Skills

Learn more how civic values and skills provide the
foundation to participate as a responsible citizen.

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The president campaigned on the promise of not increasing taxes on the middle class. Once elected, Congress passes a tax that will raise taxes on this group of people. If the president refuses to sign the bill even though he knows his veto will be overridden, which value is he best exercising in this action?

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Why is not compromising also sometimes considered a value?

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Which constitutional amendment did NOT necessarily promote equality?

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Americans have historically been less likely to engage in violent protest as a means of political activism when compared to other countries. This is likely due to our civic value of ________________.

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Which of the following ideas embedded in our constitution shows our framers belief in the value of industry?

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Which of the following can be a positive result of acting in a courageous manner?

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In a parliamentary system ________________ is the head of state whereas in a presidential system , __________________ will serve in this position.

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Which of the Federalist Papers makes the case for an independent judiciary?

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While young people under the age of 18 are not yet able to vote, they can still contribute to society by performing acts of _______________________.

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Which of the following is NOT one of the responsibilities of citizenship?

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