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  • Government

  • Voting Rights AmendmentsRepublican or Democrat #1 Republican or Democrat #2Misc.Propaganda TechniquesGo to Final JeopardyGo to Double JeopardyReplayEnd Round

  • This amendment allowed all women the right to vote.next

  • What is the 19th Amendment?$100

  • This amendment changed the minimum voting age to 18.next

  • What is the 26th Amendment?$200

  • This amendment allowed all men, regardless of race or color, to vote.next

  • What is the 15th Amendment?$300

  • When this amendment originally passed, it allowed all male citizens, age 21 and older, to vote.next

  • What is the 14th Amendment?$400

  • This amendment got rid of poll taxes.next

  • What is the 24th Amendment?$500

  • Uses broad, vague words and phrases that, while sounding nice, are not specific.next

  • What is Glittering Generalities?$100

  • This technique identifies a person or cause as one of the common people.next

  • What is Plain Folks?$200

  • This technique labels a cause or person as bad or not worthwhile.next

  • What is namecalling?$300

  • This technique gives the feeling that everyone is supporting a candidate or cause.next

  • What is Bandwagon?$400

  • This technique presents only those facts that are favorable to your side.next

  • What is Cardstacking?$500

  • Would like to repeal the estate tax.next

  • What are Republicans?$100

  • Would like to provide an immediate energy rebate to offset high prices of gas and other necessities.next

  • What are the Democrats?$200

  • Would like to repeal tax cuts for families making over $250,000.next

  • What are the Democrats?$300

  • Support accelerated drilling for oil in areas like Montana, South Dakota and Alaska.next

  • What are the Republicans?$400

  • Support the appointment of judges who respect the sanctity and dignity of innocent human life.next

  • What are the Republicans?$500

  • No path to legalization for illegal immigrants, and no amnesty.next

  • What are Republicans?$100

  • Support laws to end discrimination based on sexual orientation, gender identity, age and disability.next

  • What are Democrats?$200

  • Support stem cell research, but not if it uses embryonic stem cells.next

  • What are Republicans?$300

  • Would like to enroll every worker in a retirement plan that could go with them from job to job.next

  • What are Democrats?$400

  • Would like to end tax breaks for companies that ship American jobs overseas.next

  • What are Democrats?$500

  • The purpose of these is to attain and maintain political power.next

  • What is a political party?$100

  • This responsibility calls for you to be involved in your community and study public issues.next

  • What is your civic responsibility?$200

  • These political parties are made to bring attention to issues that mainstream parties do not have a strong enough stance.next

  • What are third parties?$300

  • These are hired by special interest groups to attempt to influence decisions made by officials in the government.next

  • What are lobbyists?$400

  • This political party believes in total individual liberty and total economic freedom.next

  • What is the Libertarian Party?$500

  • Daily Doublenext

  • Final JeopardyTodays Category: next

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  • World HistoryGo to Double Jeopardy

  • World History

  • ArtLiteratureAmerican RevolutionCreation of the USMonarchyGo to Final JeopardyGo to Regular JeopardyReplayEnd Round

  • This type of art was grand and ornate.next

  • What is baroque?$200

  • This type of art was inspired from classical Greece and Rome and emphasized balance and order.next

  • $400What is neoclassical?$400

  • This composer began in classical style, but later began the trend into the Age of Romanticism.next

  • Who is Beethoven?$600

  • An example of this style of art would be the palace of Versailles.next

  • What is baroque?$800

  • An example of this style of art would be a piano.next

  • What is neoclassical?$1000

  • This means absolute ruler.next

  • What is a despot?$200

  • Monarchs who embraced the new ideas and made reforms became known as this.next

  • What are enlightened despots?$400

  • This Prussian ruler was influenced by Voltaire and called himself a servant of the state.next

  • Who is Frederick II?$600

  • Known as the most radical of the enlightened despots, this Austrian monarch required peasants be paid in cash.next

  • Who is Joseph II?$800

  • This Russian ruler was most admired by philosophers, but changed her reform movement after a serf uprising.next

  • Who is Catherine the Great?$1000

  • This type of writing began during the Enlightenment.next

  • What is a novel?$200

  • This is the author who wrote Robinson Crusoe.next

  • Who is Daniel Defoe?$400

  • In this novel, a young servant girl refuses the advances of her master.next

  • What is Richardsons Pamela?$600

  • Though publication was delayed by the Church, Denis Diderot published the most current Enlightenment information in this.next

  • What is the Encyclopedia?$800

  • This was a huge contributor in the spreading of ideas in the Enlightenment.next

  • What is media?$1000

  • English Parliament passed this to prevent colonists from selling to any nation except Britain.next

  • What are the Navigation Acts?$200

  • This required colonists to pay tax on printed materials.next

  • What is the Stamp Act?$400

  • This was drafted by the colonists on July 4, 1776, declaring themselves free from British control.next

  • What is the Declaration of Independence?$600

  • Enlightenment ideas greatly influenced the American Revolution and especially this author of the Declaration of Independence.next

  • Who is Thomas Jefferson?$800

  • One can see the influence of the Enlightenment on the Declaration of Independence by it declaring Britains failure to protect these.next

  • What are the Rights of Man?$1000

  • This document, which was later scrapped, gave most power to individual states and gave little power to a central government.next

  • What is the Articles of Confederation?$200

  • These were the group who supported the passage of the Constitution and believed in a strong central government.next

  • Who are Federalists?$400

  • This was added to appease the Anti-Federalists into passing the Constitution.next

  • What are the Bill of Rights?$600

  • The legislative, executive and judicial branches of government were added to provide this, which prevents one branch from becoming too powerful.next

  • What are checks and balances?$800

  • Of the 13 colonies, this many were needed to approve the passage of the Constitution.next

  • What are 9?$1000

  • Daily Doublenext

  • Final JeopardyTodays Category: Bill of Rights

  • Name three rights protected in the Bill of Rights.next

  • What are freedom of speech, press, assembly, religion, or the due process of law.next

  • World HistoryJEOPARDY

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