82. Name one purpose of the UnitednNations.n83. Where does Congress meet?n84. Whose rights are guaranteed bynthe Constitution and the Bill of Rights?n85. What is the introduction of thenConstitution called?n86. Name one benefit of being ancitizen of the United States.n87. What is the most important rightngranted to U.S. citizens?n88. What is the United States Capitolnbuilding?n89. What is the White House?n90. Where is the White House located?n91. What is the name of the President’snofficial home?n92. Name one right guaranteed by thenFirst Amendment.n93. Who is the Commander in Chiefnof the U.S. military?n94. Which President was the firstnCommander in Chief of the U.S. military?n95. In what month do we vote for thenPresident?n96. In what month is the new Presidentninaugurated?n97. How many times may a senator benre-elected?n98. How many times may a congressmannbe re-elected?n99. What are the two major politicalnparties in the U.S. today?n100. How many states are there in thenUnited States?nAnswersn1. Red, White, and Bluen2. 50n3. Whiten4. One for each state in the Unionn(United States)n5. 13n6. Red and Whiten7. They represent the original 13nstatesn8. 50n9. Independence Dayn10. July 4thn11. Englandn12. Englandn13. George Washingtonn14. George Bushn15. Dan Quaylen16. The electoral collegen17. Vice-Presidentn18. Four yearsn19. The supreme law of the landn20. Yesn21. Amendmentsn22. 26n23. 3n24. Legislative, Executive, and Judici­n50/CHRONICLESnaryn25. Congressn26. Congressn27. The Senate and The House ofnRepresentativesn28. To make lawsn29. The peoplen30. 100n31. (Insert local informahon)n32. 6 yearsn33.435n34. 2 yearsn35. The President, cabinet, and departmentsnunder the cabinet membersn36. The Supreme Courtn37. To interpret lawsn38. The Constitutionn39. The first ten amendments of thenConstitutionn40. (Insert local informahon)n41. (Insert local information)n42. Speaker of the House of Representativesn43. William Rehnquistn44. Connecticut, New Hampshire,nNew York, New Jersey, Massachusetts,nPennsylvania, Delaware, Virginia,nNorth Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia,nRhode Island, and Marylandn45. Patrick Henryn46. United Kingdom, Canada, Australia,nNew Zealand, France, Russian(U.S.S.R.)n47. Alaskan48.2n49. A civil rights leadern50. (Insert local information)n51. Must be a natural born citizen ofnthe United States; must be at least 35nyears old by the time he/she will serve;nmust have lived in the United States fornat least 14 yearsn52. Two from each staten53. Appointed by the Presidentn54.9n55. For religious freedomn56. Governorn57. Mayorn58. Thanksgivingn59. Thomas Jeffersonn60. July 4, 1776n61. That all men are created equaln62. The Star-Spangled Bannern63. Francis Scott Keyn64. The Bill of Rightsn65. 18n66. The Presidentn67. The Supreme Courtn68. Abraham Lincolnn69. Freed many slavesn70. The cabinetn71. George Washingtonn72. Hawaiin73. The American Indians (NativenAmericans)n74. The Mayflowernnn75. Coloniesn76..n1. The right of freedom of speech,npress, religion, peaceable assembly andnrequesting change of governmentn2. The right to bear arms (the right tonhave weapons or own a gun, thoughnsubject to certain regulations)n3. The government may not quarter,nor house, soldiers in people’s homesnduring peacetime without the people’snconsentn4. The government may not searchnor take a person’s property without anwarrantn5. A person may not be tried twicenfor the same crime and does not have tontestify against him/herselfn6. A person charged with a crime stillnhas some rights, such as the right to antrial and to have a lawyern7. The right to trial by jury in mostncasesn8. Protects people against excessivenor unreasonable fines or crucial [sic]nand unusual punishmentn9. The people have rights other thannthose mentioned in the Constitutionn10. Any power not given to thenfederal government by the Constitutionnis a power of either the state or thenpeoplen77. The Congressn78. 15th, 19th, 24th, 26thn79. Abraham Lincolnn. 80. 1787n81. The Bill of Rightsn82. For countries to discuss and try tonresolve world problems; to provide economicnaid to many countriesn83. In the Capitol in Washington,nD.C.n84. Everyone (citizens and non-citizensnliving in the U.S.)n85. The Preamblen86. Obtain federal government jobs;ntravel with a U.S. passport; petition fornclose relatives to come to the U.S. tonliven87. The right to voten88. The place where Congress meetsn89. The President’s official homen90. Washington, D.C. (1600 PennsylvanianAvenue, NW)n91. The White Housen92. Freedom of speech, press, religion,npeaceable assembly and, [sic] requestingnchange of the governmentn93. The Presidentn94. George Washingtonn95. Novembern96. Januaryn97. There is no limitn98. There is no limitn99. Democratic and Republicann100. Fifty (50)n