Missed three, but only one was due to lack of knowledge. I read two questions too quickly and gave the correct answer for the Declaration of Independence rather than the Constitution. The number of amendments I knew was in the 20's but forgot which answer.
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Got 95%. I missed one because I read the questions too fast. I said the federal government didn't have the right to declare war, heh, thinking that the question was saying "executive branch". (I don't know many times I've seen something stating that the executive branch does NOT have the right to declare war.)
Aside: I find it pretty reassuring that most of our American forum members are getting 19-20 correct. (Even though I realize we are not a representative sample of the US population.)
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100% correct, though I admit to having graduated recently with a degree in Political Science
you ferners need to learn more about us seeing that we're the only country that matters in the world!
And I do beleive that the Legislative branch has sole power to declare full out war- though the president (as commander in chief) can send in troops for a few months before war is officially declared....
*typing from work... happy 4th of july to me
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