Quiz Me! - People Who are the most influential figures in American history?Find out right here! Learn about them all by eras of history. 1 / 10 Why was Philip Bazaar awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor for bravery during the Spanish-American War for guarding the frontier against the Sioux and Apaches for his brilliant military strategies during the 19th and 20th centuries for bravery during the Civil War 2 / 10 This English philosopher argued for a new relationship between civil government and religion. His ideas formed one basis of the First Amendment, which prevented the establishment of a national religion and protected an absolute freedom of belief. Thomas Hobbes Thomas Paine John Locke John Witherspoon 3 / 10 A supporter of President Andrew Johnson’s Reconstruction plan, this civil war general spoke out against equal rights for former slaves. Jefferson Davis Robert E. Lee William Tecumseh Sherman Ulysses S. Grant 4 / 10 James Otis championed a natural rights theory, asserting the right to private property was inalienable. These principles were later included in which constitutional amendment ? Third Amendment Second Amendment First Amendment Fourth Amendment 5 / 10 Once an advocate general in the Vice Admiralty Court, this man resigned his post and started taking the cases of Boston merchants who challenged the legality of British writs of assistance. John Jay James Otis George Washington Edmund Randolph 6 / 10 This suffragist followed Susan B. Anthony as president of the National American Woman Suffrage Association in 1900 and again in 1915. She introduced the “winning plan”, a strategy to work for reform at the state and federal levels simultaneously. Carrie Chapman Catt Jane Addams Ida B. Wells Alice Paul 7 / 10 John Locke witnessed the monarchs, William and Mary deny freedom of worship to Catholics and Protestants outside the Church of England. His critical writings helped guide the Founding Fathers to include Freedom of Religion in which constitutional amendment ? Second Amendment First Amendment Fifth Amendment Fourth Amendment 8 / 10 After graduating third out of 102 students at Stanford Law School, this future Supreme Court Justice’s only private practice employment offer was for a position of legal secretary Elena Kagan Sonia Sotomayor Sandra Day O’Connor Ruth Bader Ginsburg 9 / 10 After being a commander in World War II, Omar Bradley became the first Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. He was promoted to the rank of five star General and later led the Veteran’s Administration. From where did Bradley receive his military training? Texas A&M Westpoint Military Academy Air Force Academy Annapolis Naval Academy 10 / 10 When Abraham was elected President in 1860, Stephen Douglas - traveled the country speaking out in favor of secession challenged Lincoln to participate in what became known as the Lincoln-Doughlas debates traveled the country speaking out in favor of preserving the Union led the attack on Fort Sumter Your score is Try another 10!