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GED Social Studies Exam

Question No: 141

The following text is the Oath of Allegiance taken by a person becoming a naturalized citizen of the United States.

“I hereby declare, on oath, that I absolutely and entirely renounce and abjure all allegiance and fidelity to any foreign prince, potentate, state, or sovereignty of whom or which I have heretofore been a subject or citizen; that I will support and defend the Constitution and laws of the United States of America against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear

true faith and allegiance to the same; that I will bear arms on behalf of the United States when required by thelaw; that I will perform noncombatant service in the Armed Forces of the United States when required by law; that I will perform work of national importance under civilian direction when required by law; and that I take this obligation freely without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion; so help me God.”

Which is an example of a violation of the Oath of Allegiance to the United States?

  1. requests a visa to visit his native country

  2. requests a filing extension on his income tax return

  3. refuses to vote in a presidential election

  4. has dual citizenship in the United States and his native country

  5. performs jury duty in a criminal proceeding

Answer: D

Question No: 142

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The responsibilities of a citizen who lives in a democracy are similar in some ways to those of a citizen in a totalitarian state. For example, a citizen under either system is expected to pay taxes and vote.

However, there are important differences between the two systems. In a democracy, a citizen is expected to respect the rights and opinions of others. The state encourages citizens to become involved in community groups and allows political protest. In a democracy, a citizen has more rights and freedom to carry out his duties. The state exists for the good of the citizen.

In a totalitarian society, the state controls every aspect of human life, and the citizen exists for the good of the state. The primary responsibility of the citizen is to obey and follow. The citizen can vote for only government-approved candidates. The ruling party members or people who support them fill all offices and law-making bodies. Some criticism of the state may be allowed. However, any citizen activity that could interfere with the state, such as a protest march, is outlawed in a totalitarian state

Adapted from Raymond Yuen, publisher, The Way to U.S. Citizenship (Carlsbad, Calif.: Dominie Press, Inc., 1997),116; World Book Encyclopedia, Volume 19 (Chicago: World Book, Inc., 2001), 344.

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Based on the information provided, which economy will a totalitarian government most likely have?

  1. an agricultural economy

  2. a prosperous economy

  3. a barter economy

  4. a free enterprise economy

  5. a state-controlled economy

Answer: E

Question No: 143

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The responsibilities of a citizen who lives in a democracy are similar in some ways to those of a citizen in a totalitarian state. For example, a citizen under either system is expected to pay taxes and vote.

However, there are important differences between the two systems. In a democracy, a citizen is expected to respect the rights and opinions of others. The state encourages citizens to become involved in community groups and allows political protest. In a democracy, a citizen has more rights and freedom to carry out his duties. The state exists for the good of the citizen.

In a totalitarian society, the state controls every aspect of human life, and the citizen exists for the good of the state. The primary responsibility of the citizen is to obey and follow. The citizen can vote for only government-approved candidates. The ruling party members or people who support them fill all offices and law-making bodies. Some criticism of the state may be allowed. However, any citizen activity that could interfere with the state, such as a protest march, is outlawed in a totalitarian state

Adapted from Raymond Yuen, publisher, The Way to U.S. Citizenship (Carlsbad, Calif.: Dominie Press, Inc., 1997),116; World Book Encyclopedia, Volume 19 (Chicago: World Book, Inc., 2001), 344.

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Which conclusion about citizenship in the world between 1950 and 2000 is best supported by information in the graph?

  1. Citizens had more voting opportunities in the first half of the 20th century.

  2. Citizen protests were common between 1950 and 2000.

  3. Fewer citizens live in states with democratic governments.

  4. More citizen participation in government has led to more democracy.

  5. Totalitarian governments have disappeared from the world.

Answer: D

Question No: 144

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The responsibilities of a citizen who lives in a democracy are similar in some ways to those of a citizen in a totalitarian state. For example, a citizen under either system is expected to pay taxes and vote.

However, there are important differences between the two systems. In a democracy, a citizen is expected to respect the rights and opinions of others. The state encourages citizens to become involved in community groups and allows political protest. In a democracy, a citizen has more rights and freedom to carry out his duties. The state exists for the good of the citizen.

In a totalitarian society, the state controls every aspect of human life, and the citizen exists for the good of the state. The primary responsibility of the citizen is to obey and follow. The citizen can vote for only government-approved candidates. The ruling party members or people who support them fill all offices and law-making bodies. Some criticism of the state may be allowed. However, any citizen activity that could interfere with the state, such as a protest march, is outlawed in a totalitarian state

Adapted from Raymond Yuen, publisher, The Way to U.S. Citizenship (Carlsbad, Calif.: Dominie Press, Inc., 1997),116; World Book Encyclopedia, Volume 19 (Chicago: World Book, Inc., 2001), 344.

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Suppose you were setting up a neighborhood council based on democratic principles.

Which action does the information and the graph encourage you to do to have a successful council?

  1. the number of members who can vote on council issues

  2. the budget of the council

  3. the number of the executive meetings of the council

  4. the power of the council chairperson’s vote

  5. the number of guest speakers to the council meetings

Answer: A

Question No: 145

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Which statement about U.S. consumption of eggs and beef between 1977 and 1997 is supported in the graph?

  1. ate fewer eggs and less beef than before

  2. exported eggs and beef to the rest of the world

  3. did not eat eggs and beef at all

  4. could not purchase eggs and beef in the grocery stores

  5. ate more eggs and beef than ever before

Answer: A

Question No: 146

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Based on the map, which reason explains the change in the Sunbelt States’ population growth between 1990-2000?

  1. Most Americans had the urge to relocate frequently.

  2. Birth rates in the Sunbelt States were higher than in other regions.

  3. People preferred cold weather and plenty of rain.

  4. Job opportunities and warm climate drew people to the region.

  5. Hurricanes and drought drove people away from the region.

Answer: D

Question No: 147

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Which historical development led to the situation described at the left in President Kennedy’s radio-TV address?

  1. a global economic depression

  2. the assassination of the U.S. president

  3. competition between capitalism and communism

  4. ethnic conflict in former Asian colonies

  5. the degradation of habitats around the world

Answer: C

Question No: 148

In addressing the nation, President Kennedy referred to Cuba as “that imprisoned island.”

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In President Kennedy’s view, how was Cuba imprisoned?

  1. by its own nuclear weapons

  2. by an oppressive Communist regime

  3. by Western imperialistic power

  4. by an epidemic of yellow fever

  5. by World War II U-boats

Answer: B

Question No: 149

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To which serious global consequence did this incident in 1962 threaten to lead?

  1. environmental pollution of the world’s oceans

  2. anti-free trade activities by young protestors

  3. a worldwide economic depression

  4. war between the world’s two superpowers

  5. disbanding of the United Nations

Answer: D

Question No: 150

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Which development will most likely occur in the United States if the trends in the graphs at the left continue?

  1. The president will seek closer political ties with Asian nations.

  2. Hispanic culture will become less important in communities.

  3. Mexico will stop being an ally of the U.S. government.

  4. Congress will pass tariffs on imports from Latin America.

  5. Hispanics will have greater political power and representation.

Answer: E

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