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U.S. Government 

The Constitution of the United States:

(established 1787)

Bill of Rights:
1.    Freedom of the press, speech and religion
2.    The right to keep and bear arms
3.    The government cannot keep troops in homes
4.    Regulation of search and seizure
5.    Freedom from double jeopardy; the right to due process
6.    Right to a speedy trial and to call witnesses
7.    Right to trial by jury
8.    Excessive bail is prohibited; a ban on cruel and unusual punishment
9.    Enumeration of rights in the Constitution does not take away rights retained by the people (rule of construction)
10.  Rights not delegated by the Constitution are retained by the people

Additional Amendments:
11.  Limits federal judicial powers
12.  Separate electoral ballots for president and vice president
13.  Abolishes slavery
14.  Rights of citizenship unabridged
15.  Race will be no exemption to voting rights
16.  Allows for federal income tax
17.  Allows for direct election of U.S. senators
18.  Prohibition
19.  Women’s suffrage (right to vote)
20.  Lame duck amendment (sets presidential inauguration day to January 20)
21.  Repeal of Prohibition
22.  Presidential two-term limit
23.  Citizens of the District of Columbia can vote in presidential election
24.  Bans poll tax
25.  Presidential succession and disability
26.  Voting age set to 18 years
27.  Wage rules for elected officials

George Washington’s Cabinet:

Secretary of the Treasury............................................. Alexander Hamilton
Secretary of War.................................................... Henry Knox (Fort Knox)
Secretary of State......................................................... Thomas Jefferson
Attorney General.......................................................... Edmund Randolph

Other Prominent Presidential Cabinet Members:

Abraham Lincoln’s Secretary of State................................. William Seward
Chester Arthur’s Secretary of War....................... Robert Lincoln (Abe’s son)
Secretary of State from Maine, 1889-92................................. James Blaine
Wilson’s Secretary of State.................................... William Jennings Bryan
First Secretary of Defense, 1947....................................... James Forrestal
Eisenhower’s Secretary of State.................................... John Foster Dulles
Kennedy & Johnson’s Secretary of Defense....................... Robert McNamara
Kennedy and Johnson’s Secretary of State................................. Dean Rusk
Ford and Nixon’s Secretary of State.................................... Henry Kissinger
Reagan’s first Secretary of State ....................................... Alexander Haig
Reagan’s second Secretary of State..................................... George Shultz
Reagan’s Secretary of Defense......................................Caspar Weinberger
G.H.W. Bush’s Secretary of State...................................... James Baker III
Clinton’s Secretary of Commerce, killed in plane crash................ Ron Brown
G.W Bush’s and Barack Obama’s Secretary of Defense............ Robert Gates
Barack Obama’s first Secretary of State............................... Hillary Clinton
Barack Obama's second Secratary of State.................................John Kerry

Cabinet Department Divisions:

   Treasury:
Customs
Secret Service
Internal Revenue Service
Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms
   Transportation:
Coast Guard
St. Lawrence Seaway
  Commerce Department:
National Bureau of Standards
Census Bureau
   Agriculture:
Food Stamps
Forestry
   Justice Department:
Immigration and Naturalization Service
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Interior Department:
Bureau of Mines
Bureau of Indian Affairs
National Park Service
Geological Service

Order of Presidential Succession:

President
Vice-President
Speaker of the House of Representatives
President Pro Tem of the Senate
Secretary of State
Secretary of the Treasury
Secretary of Defense

The United States Supreme Court:

   Current Judges:
John Roberts-Chief Justice (appointed by G.W. Bush)
Clarence Thomas (appointed by G.H.W. Bush)
Ruth Bader Ginsburg (appointed in 1993 by Clinton)
Stephen Breyer (appointed in 1994 by Clinton)
Samuel Alito (appointed by G.W. Bush)
Sonia Sotomayor (appointed by Obama, 2009)
Elana Kagan (appointed by Obama, 2010)
Neil Gorsuch (appointed by Trump, 2017)
Brett Kavanaugh (appointed by Trump, 2018)

   Previous Chief Justices:
John Jay; 1789-95 (first chief justice)
John Marshall; 1801-35 (4th chief justice, longest-serving chief justice)
Roger Taney; 1836-64 (presided over Dred Scott Decision)
Salmon P. Chase; 1864-73 (presided over Andrew Johnson’s impeachment trial)
William Howard Taft; 1921-30
Charles Evans Hughes; 1930-41
Earl Warren; 1953-69 (presided over Brown vs. Board of Education)
Warren Burger; 1969-86
William Rehnquist, 1986-2005

Other Justices:
Oliver Wendell Holmes (The Great Dissenter)
Whizzer White (pro football player)
Harry Blackmun (wrote the opinion on Roe vs. Wade)
Thurgood Marshall (first Black justice)
Louis Brandeis (first Jewish justice)
William O. Douglas (Justice with the longest term on the court)

Other Facts:

Democratic presidental ticket, 2016....................Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine
Republican presidental ticket, 2012.....................Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan
Republican presidential ticket, 2008.................. John McCain and Sarah Palin
Democratic presidential ticket, 2004................. John Kerry and John Edwards
Democratic presidential ticket, 2000............... Al Gore and Joseph Lieberman
Republican presidential ticket, 1996.................... Robert Dole and Jack Kemp
Republican presidential ticket, 1992................. George Bush and Dan Quayle
Democratic presidential ticket, 1988.......... Michael Dukakis and Lloyd Bentson
Democratic presidential ticket, 1984.......Walter Mondale and Geraldine Ferraro
Democratic presidential ticket, 1980........... Jimmy Carter and Walter Mondale
Republican presidential ticket, 1976.................. Gerald Ford and Robert Dole
Democratic presidential ticket, 1972 ......George McGovern and Sargent Shriver
Democratic presidential ticket, 1968............. Hubert Humphrey and Ed Muskie
Republican presidential ticket, 1964.......... Barry Goldwater and William Miller
Republican presidential ticket, 1960 .......Richard Nixon and Henry Cabot Lodge
Democratic presidential candidate 1952, 1956...................... Adlai Stevenson
Republican presidential candidate 1944, 1948.................... Thomas E. Dewey
Democratic presidential candidate 1896, 1900, 1908.... William Jennings Bryan
Presidential candidate 1824, 1832, 1844 (different parties)........... Henry Clay
Last 3rd party presidential candidate to receive electoral votes................... ............................................................................George Wallace (1968)
Independent presidential candidate, 1992, 1996......................... Ross Perot
Five-time Social Democrat Pres. candidate .............................. Eugene Debs
First Republican candidate, 1856........................................ John C. Fremont
First Republican president, 1860........................................ Abraham Lincoln
Independent presidential candidate, 1980.............................. John Anderson
“Flamboyant” New York city mayor......................................... Jimmy Walker
Longest-serving Speaker of the House..................................... Sam Rayburn
Speaker of the House, 1977-87................................ Thomas “Tip” O’Neill, Jr.
Speaker of the House, 1995-98.............................................. Newt Gingrich
Speaker of the House, 19989-2007........................................ Dennis Hastert
Speaker of the House, 2007-2011............................................. Nancy Pelosi
Longest-serving Congressman 1912-1969................................... Carl Hayden
Longest-serving Senator, 1959-2010.......................................... Robert Byrd
Texas congressman, 1912-61 ................................................. Sam Rayburn
“The Happy Warrior”.................................................................... Al Smith
Ditch-digging New York governor (Erie Canal)........................ De Witt Clinton
The “Eggheads’” candidate................................................. Adlai Stevenson
“Dixiecrats” candidate (elected by write-in vote, 1954).......... Strom Thurmond
Golden Fleece award giver................................................ William Proxmire
“Tail gunner Joe”.............................................................. Joseph McCarthy
Governor of Kansas, 1933-37..................................................... Alf Landon
Alf Landon’s daughter.......................................... Nancy Landon Kassebaum
Number of Senators........................................................................... 100
Number of Representatives................................................................. 435
Site of U.S. Constitution and Declaration of Independence....National Archives
Where tax bills originate...................................... House of Representatives
Congressional viewing area...................................................... The Gallery
Assistant to a party leader............................................................... Whip
Opinion passed by the House or Senate...................................... Resolution
Person representing U.S. Government in Supreme Court..........Solicitor General
President of the Senate.........................................................Vice President
Body that decides on impeachment......................... House of Representatives
Listing of who’s who in congress............................... Congressional Directory
Body that elects the V.P. in case of a tie.......................................... Senate
Federal National Mortgage Association...................................... “Fannie Mae”
Student loan association........................................................... “Sallie Mae”
Body that names the U.S. Poet Laureate.......................... Library of Congress
Intermediary between the government and citizens..................... Ombudsman
FBI director, 1924-77.......................................................... J. Edgar Hoover
Location of FBI headquarters................................................... Quantico, Va
Location of CIA headquarters.................................................... Langley, Va
Term for congressional seniority..................................................... Ranking
Power private property for public use................................... Eminent Domain
Bankruptcy chapter of liquidation..................................................Chapter 7
Bankruptcy chapter of reorganization............................................Chapter 11
Central U.S. banking authority....................................... The Federal Reserve
Chairman of the Federal Reserve, 1979-87................................. Paul Volcker
Chairman of the Federal Reserve, 1987-2006......................... Alan Greenspan
Chairman of the Federal Reserve, 2006-.............................. Ben S. Bernanke
"America's Attic"...............................................................The Smithsonian

Person with picture on the:

Fifty cent coin.................................................................. John F. Kennedy
Old one dollar coin.......................................................... Susan B. Anthony
New one dollar coin.................................................................. Sacajawea
Two dollar bill................................................................ Thomas Jefferson
$500 bill......................................................................... William McKinley
$1,000 bill...................................................................... Grover Cleveland
$5,000 bill......................................................................... James Madison
$10,000 bill..................................................................... Salmon P. Chase
$100,000 bill.................................................................... Woodrow Wilson

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