History Of America MCQ: Multiple Choice Questions Part 5

History Of America MCQ. Multiple-Choice Questions on the history of America. 

History Of America MCQ


The Bill of Rights is made of ??

a. 5 articles
b. 7 articles
c. 10 articles
d. 15 articles


How many Electors are there in the United States ??

a. 50
b. 100
c. 435
d. 538


One clear aspect of amendment 1 deals with ??

a. the right of the people to bear arms
b. state law v. federal law
c. the freedom of the press
d. the protection of private property


The “splendid little war” refers to ??

a. the war for Independence
b. the Civil War
c. The Cuban-American war
d. the annexation of Florida


The candidate for Presidency must be at least ??

a. 20
b. 25
c. 30
d. 35


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The American troops set foot in Cuba in ??

a. 1898
b. 1492
c. 1812
d. 1912


The candidate for Presidency must be ??

a. a US citizen whatever his place of living
b. any person
c. an American citizen residing in the USA
d. an elector


Roosevelt’s soldiers during the Cuban War for Independence were called ??

a. Rough Riders
b. Patriots
c. Liberty Boys
d. Forty-Niners


Among other aspects, amendment 1 deals with ??

a. the freedom of worship
b. the protection of private property
c. the necessity of a warrant before arresting an individual
d. the rights of the States


The amendment giving women the right to vote was passed in ??

a. 1911
b. 1920
c. 1924
d. 1945


History Of America MCQ


How many times can a candidate be elected president today ??

a. 1
b. 2
c. 3
d. an indefinite number of times


Kennedy’s political platform was known as ??

a. the New Freedom
b. the New Frontier
c. the Great Society
d. the New Deal


According to the Constitution, how many years can a man remain, President of the USA, today ??

a. 4
b. 8
c. 10
d. 12


Richard Nixon left the White House after his ??

a. impeachment
b. resignation
c. trial
d. pardon


Is it possible to become President of the United States if you have not been elected by the people ??

a. Yes
b. No


History Of America MCQ


Who was Richard Nixon’s first vice-president ??

a. Edward Kennedy
b. Gerald Ford
c. Spiro Agnew
d. Lyndon Johnson


How many Senators are there in the United States ??

a. 50
b. 100
c. 435
d. 538


How many Representatives are there in the United States ??

a. 50
b. 100
c. 435
d. 538


In Roe v. Wade, the Supreme Court ruled that a woman had ??

a. the right to vote
b. the right to privacy
c. the right to abort
d. the right to worship


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