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Answers to 1965 Constitution Test

Answers to Alabama Literacy Test 1. Trial by Jury only 2. False (every 10 years) 3. Habeas Corpus (immediate presentation of charges); lawyer; speedy trial. 4. January 3 5. January 20 6. Proposed change, as in a Constitution 7. Life (with good behavior) 8. Nine 9. Yes 10. Affirm 11. 35 12. In God We Trust 13. False 14. U.S. Constitution 15. The governor 16. Six 17. Two 18. Executive 19. Congress 20. Population (as determined by census) less untaxed Indians 21. Cruel and unusual 22. True 23. State and local 24. Russia 25. Criminal 26. False 27. Militia 28. House of Representatives, Senate 29. House of Representatives 30. Virginia 31. Legislative 32. True 33. The Vice President 34. True 35. The Supreme Court 36. Co-appellate 37. Trial by Jury 38. True 39> Congress and the legislatures of both states 40. The Senate 41. 10 miles square 42. Congress; state legislatures 43. Constitution 44. Judicial 45. True 46. Coin money; make treaties 47. The Vice President, until the House acts 48. 26 49. 9 50. Murder 51. False 52. (Preamble statements) “to form a more perfect union, establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity.” 53. House of Representatives and Senate 54. Congress 55. 10 56. The Senate 57. The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court 58. The Senate 59. The U.S. Congress 60. Electors 61. Pass laws, coin money, declare war 62. The Governor 63. The President 64. The President 65. They can vote for different people 66. Vice President (President of the Senate) 67. Congress 68. The states; the people