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Foundations of Government

This game reviews some of the basic concepts of American Government and serves as a pleasant review prior to the Missouri End of Course Test. The items are based on the Missouri Course Level Expectations for High School Social Studies. This review focuses on concepts concerning basic principles of government and is suitable for review beginning with the earliest chapters of most high school government courses.

Questions in this game include:

  • Population, territory, sovereignty, and a government are the four characteristics of a ___.
  • This theory says the state is meant to serve the will of the people. (two words)
  • In a ___, supreme political power rests with the people who make decisions by voting.
  • In this form of government, power is divided between the national and regional governments.
  • This principle states that government is restrained from doing anything not in the Constitution.
  • This document from 1215 established that the power of the monarch was not absolute.
  • This document, written in 1776 by Thomas Jefferson, explains the American idea of government.
  • The Articles of Confederation were replaced by the Constitution because they were too ___.

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