Quiz Me! - Documents/Cases: Contemporary America Test your knowledge about documents and Supreme Court cases in the Contemporary America era! 1 / 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 must have a secular purpose The law cannot result in “excessive entanglement” with religion. The law’s primary effect must neither advance nor inhibit religion 2 / 10 Lemon v. Kurtzman concluded that public money to parochial and nonpublic schools violated what provision of the 1st Amendment? The Free Exercise Clause The Free Speech Clause The Right to Assembly Clause The Establishment Clause 3 / 10 What do critics of the Community Reinvestment Act argue? Banks still refused the loans unless the community filed a complaint. Loans were given to people who could not afford them which led to the economic crisis in 2008. The Act was unnecessary because people were not looking for loans in low income, high crime areas. It did not increase the number of loans given out to minorities. 4 / 10 Buckley v. Valeo addressed the constitutionality of what political campaign issues? Campaign Integrity Campaign contributions/expenditures Campaign Locations Campaign Advertising 5 / 10 Which organization is in charge of enforcing the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990? Department of Homeland Security Department of Health The Equal Rights Administration The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission 6 / 10 In the 2000 presidential election, Florida had trouble counting some votes due to what problem? Hanging chads Missing ballots Missing Drop Boxes Harvesting ballotsComputer failures 7 / 10 Which Supreme Court decision applied the Exclusionary Doctrine to the states? Griswold v. Connecticut Gideon v. Wainwright Miranda v. Arizona Mapp v. Ohio 8 / 10 Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission held that: Campaign finance restrictions applied only to national elections. Campaign finance restrictions violated the Free Speech rights only of individuals Corporations had 1st Amendment Free Speech rights and could not be restricted Free speech refers only to speech and not financial contributions. 9 / 10 Grutter v. Bollinger revisited the issue decided 25 years earlier in the Bakke case. What was the issue? Absence of assistance of counsel Affirmative Action Student Free Speech Rights Religious freedom 10 / 10 Griswold v. Connecticut asserted that the right to privacy is inherent in which amendments found in the Bill of Rights? 9th All of the above 1st & 3rd 4th & 5th Your score is Try another 10!