american goverment check answers

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1. What are unalienable rights? (1 point)
rights that cannot be denied
rights created by governments
rights that can be limited
rights earned with age
2. Which of the following is an example of an unalienable right limiting the powers of government? (1 point)
Japanese Americans were placed in internment camps.
The states fail to ratify a proposed amendment.
People have a right to a speedy trial.
A state requires voters to show proof of identity.
3. Which of the following examples demonstrate how the exercise of one right may infringe upon another right? Select all that apply. (2 points)
An educational organization contributes to election campaigns.
A newspaper sells advertising space to increase revenue.
A government surveillance program collects personal data.
Protestors line the entrance to an abortion clinic.
4. How would the right to volunteer and distribute campaign fliers during a presidential election best be categorized? (1 point)
economic right
social right
political right
natural right
1. A
2. D
3. 1 and 4
4. C

  1. Ms. Sue

    1. A - yes
    2. D - yes
    3. 1 and 4 - yes
    4. C - yes

  2. Anonymous

    2.C
    3. 3 and 4

  3. Ms. Sue

    I misread some of these choices.

    Yes, 2 is c.
    I'm not sure about 3.

  4. anon

    1. A
    2. C
    3. C and D
    4. C

    just took the quick check 100% :)

  5. hhhhh

    anon above its correct!

  6. anon2

    The other anon is correct.

  7. Jen

    Thx anon!

  8. mstv1112

    Anon is correct

  9. Ty

    What are the unalienable rights?
    -rights that cannot be denied

    Which of the following is an example of an unalienable right limiting the powers of government?
    -People have a right to a speedy trial

    Which of the following examples demonstrate how the exercise of one right may infringe upon another right. Select all that apply.
    -A government surveillance program collects personal data.
    -Protesters line the entrance to an abortion clinic.

    How would the right to volunteer and distribute campaign fliers during a presidential election best be categorized?
    -political right
    100% correct :)

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