Social Studies Test Set 14 1. Which is delegated to the national government?A.conducting electionsB.establishing courtsC.coining moneyD.taxing citizensQuestion 1 of 10 2. A change or addition to the constitution is known as a (n)A.billB.amendmentC.articleD.lawQuestion 2 of 10 3. Which characteristic serves as a long-term protection against tyranny and is a foundation of liberty in the United States?A.the commerce clauseB.the elastic clauseC.the right to trialD.the rule of lawQuestion 3 of 10 4. The poster below was placed in public buildings, businesses, and schools by a civil rights group. What is a long term policy goal of the interest group?A.electing candidatesB.regulating electionsC.improving citizens’ livesD.influencing political appointmentsQuestion 4 of 10 5. Dr. King dedicated his life to ______ protest.A.nonviolentB.foreignC.aggressiveQuestion 5 of 10 6. What are taxes?A.Required payments of money made to governments by households and business firms.B.A list of estimated expenditures for a given period along with ways to pay for them.C.The way national income is divided among households in the economy.Question 6 of 10 7. Use the map to answer the question. Washington and his army attacked the British in which state?A.New JerseyB.VirginiaC.PennsylvaniaD.New YorkQuestion 7 of 10 8. Which principle is included in the U.S. Constitution?A.confederalismB.rule of law C.right to trialD.capitalismQuestion 8 of 10 9. Consumers create demand for goods and services. When prices are low, consumers buy more.A.TrueB.FalseQuestion 9 of 10 10. Elections to federal and state office involve _______.A.I don't knowB.just the electionC.just the nominationD.a two-step process: the nomination and electionQuestion 10 of 10 Loading... Take another Social Studies practice test This test is a part of our GED Social Studies Practice Test module. Last Updated on October 12, 2021.