__1__Which of the following philosophers ever said “I think, therefore I am”?
A Francis Bacon B Deseartes C Pierre Gassendi D John Locke
__2__American Presidents are elected __.
A every two years B every four years C every five years D every six years
__3__Which branch of American government has the power to interpret the Constitution?
A The Supreme Court B The President C The House D The Senate
__4__The American Constitution is the oldest written constitution in the world. It was drawn up in__.
A 1778 B 1783 C 1774 D 1787
__5__ Which country was the richest and the most powerful country in the Europe in the middle of the 17th century?
A Flander B England C France D the Netherlands
__6__ Whose doctrines of the separation of powers became one of the most important principles of the U.S. Constitution?
A John Locke B Montesquieau C Rousseau D Voltaire
__7__The “basies” taught in American elementary schools are __.
A social studies, reading, arithmetic B science, reading, writing, arithmetic
C reading, writing, arithmetic D physical education, reading, writing
__8__ The Gettysburg victory was the turning point of __.
A the Civil War B the war of Independence C the Indian War D the Trenton War
__9__ The functions of institutions of highest education in the U.S. are__.
A research and teaching B teaching and degree awarding
C professional training, teaching and public service D teaching, research and pubic service
__10__ The largest religious group in America is __.
A Roman Catholics B Protestants C Orthodox D Presbyterians