US Constitution Pre-Test Welcome to your US Constitution Pre-Test The United States Constitution:Declared our Independence from Great Britain.Details the design of our country's central government.Is a US Navy ship.Was the title of the first official speech given by George Washington.None of the above. According to the US Constitution, which of the following have the authority to create laws?A. The Congress of the United StatesB. The President of the United StatesC. The Supreme Court of the United StatesD. A and B aboveNone of the above. What type of government below best describes what the US Constitution lays out for the United States of America?DemocracyMonarchyMercantilist OligarchyConstitutional RepublicTheocracyCapitalismNone of the above. Which famous part of the Constitution authorizes the Congress to give money to families in need of assistance?The "Necessary and Proper" clauseThe "Privileges and Immunities" clauseThe "Interstate Commerce" clauseThe "Indemnity" clauseThe "General Welfare" clauseNone of the above The First Amendment (which covers freedom of speech, religion, assembly, the press, etc.) was written to limit the powers of:The President.The state governments and the federal government.The Congress.Employers and Corporations.None of the above. According to the US Constitution, a president may be removed from office upon impeachment for:Class A and Class B felonies.Treason only.Treason, bribery, or other high crimes and misdemeanorsWinning the electoral college without winning the popular vote.Any cause deemed important enough to the House of Representatives.None of the above. Not counting the amendments, the US Constitution has how many Articles?273721None of the above. According to the US Constitution, our two-party system was instituted because:It's the best way to ensure that everybody has a vote.A one-party system would quickly become corrupt.It was "necessary and proper" to maintain diversity.No nation with a two-party system has ever failed before.None of the above. Which part of the Constitution guarantees a "wall of separation between church and state"?The First AmendmentThe PreambleArticle IIIThe Fourteenth AmendmentThe Tenth AmendmentNone of the above. How long does it take the average person to read the US Constitution?About 10 minutesAbout 2.5 hoursAbout 90 minutesAbout 45 minutesAbout 4 hoursNone of the above. Time is Up!