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APUSH #1

Part of the #APUSH prep series from the Bill of Rights Institute. This #kahoot features topics about the power and politics during the Civil War period.

Play 1,200 plays
  1. Local power structures were formed through town meetings in the North and wealth in the South
  2. The Civil Rights movement made the most progress immediately following the Civil War.
  3. Reconstruction led to more power for whom?
  4. Democrats, in the modern sense, didn't hold presidential office until the 1910s.
  5. WWII was a catalyst for what major movement?
  6. Modern population shifts have caused the power in the U.S. to move from the East to where?
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APUSH #2

Part of the #APUSH prep series from the Bill of Rights Institute. This #kahoot features the process of creating #American identity and citizenship in Early America and Modern America alike.

Play 17 plays
  1. British colonists considered themselves Americans in the 15th century
  2. At the beginning of the United States, an American citizen meant _______.
  3. By the 1800s, Native Americans were included in the democratic process
  4. Immediately following the Civil War, ________ led to a strengthened national identity.
  5. By WWII, most European Immigrants were accepted into American culture as "white"
  6. Which was not a unifying factor in the Post-WWII era?
  7. In modern society, strong national identity is often connected with _______.
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APUSH #3

A #kahoot featuring #APUSH concepts. This kahoot features information about the Revolutionary War and the long-term implications from expanding West.

Play 14 plays
  1. The U.S. didn't develop foreign policy because of early European influence in the Americas.
  2. With new state and national governments, societal inequalities were brought to the forefront.
  3. Migrants within North America led to some of the social and ethnic tensions in Early America.
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APGOV #1

A #kahoot featuring #APGOV curriculum. Featuring topics like checks & balance, forms of government, and the creation of the U.S. Government.

Play 2,000 plays
  1. Which of the following is not a form of representative democracy?
  2. The Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution plan for the same type of democracy.
  3. Much of the current U.S. political system is the result of what?
  4. The amendment process was developed as a result of disagreement regarding self-government.
  5. The reasoning behind building checks and balances into the U.S. Constitution is found in:
  6. Policymaking is often constrained by sharing power among all three branches of government.
  7. The main debate regarding the modern interpretation of balance of powers relates to...
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APGOV #2

An #APGov study kahoot. Features content about political candidates and the modern election process.

Play 4,400 plays
  1. A citizen's political predisposition is often influenced by what?
  2. Race and ethnicity are the same thing.
  3. The work of lobbyists often has many _______.
  4. The revolving door doesn't include which of the following?
  5. Which social media platform was under fire for selective exposure in the 2016 election?
  6. Issue advocacy is often done through mass media
  7. Having an attentive public makes retrospective issue voting relevant to elections.
  8. Why do incumbents often have an easier time getting reelected?
  9. Where is proportional representation common in government?
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APGOV #3

An #APGOV study kahoot. Features information about the U.S. form of government, political ideology, and an introduction to key laws in the United States

Play 15 plays
  1. The United States is a blend of what two types of government?
  2. Bicameralism came out of the Connecticut compromise
  3. The Anti-Federalists are most closely aligned with _______.
  4. Federalism can take many forms
  5. Common political ideology can lead to the creation of what?
  6. Antitrust legislation prevents monopolies. What company was famously regulated by these laws?
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