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1. Greenville College, a public community college, has a policy of admitting only male students. If the policy is challenged under the Fourteenth Amendment, ________________ scrutiny will be applied.
(a) Strict
(b) Intermediate
(c) Rational
(d) None of the above

2. You begin work at Everhappy Corp. at the beginning of November. On your second day at work, you wear a political button on your overcoat, supporting your choice for governor in the upcoming election. Your boss glances at it and says, ?Get that stupid thing out of this office or you?re history, chump.? Your boss ______________ violated your First Amendment rights. After work, you put the button back on and start walking home. You pass a police officer who blocks your path and says, ?Take off that stupid button or you?re going to jail, chump.? The officer _____________ violated your First Amendment rights.
(a) Has; has
(b) Has; has not
(c) Has not; has
(d) Has not; has not

3. Which of the following statements accurately describes statutes that Congress and the president may create?
(a) Statutes must be related to a power listed in Article I, section 8 of the Constitution.
(b) Statutes must not infringe on the liberties in the Bill of Rights.
(c) Both A and B
(d) None of the above

4. Which of the following is true of the origin of judicial review?
(a) It was created by Article II of the Constitution.
(b) It was created by Article III of the Constitution.
(c) It was created in the Marbury v. Madison case.
(d) It was created by the Fifth Amendment.
(e) It was created by the Fourteenth Amendment.

5. Consider Kelo v. City of New London, in which a city with a revitalization plan squared off against property owners who did not wish to sell their property. The key constitutional provision was the Takings Clause in the ________________ Amendment. The Supreme Court decided the city ________________ use eminent domain and take the property from the landowners.
(a) Fifth; could
(b) Fifth; could not
(c) Fourteenth; could
(d) Fourteenth; could not

 







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