Type
Crossword
Description

Who wrote de quote "No man is an island"? John Donne
How can we define the State? Allocated territory
Who are the people who don’t have the citizenship of the state where they live in? Foreigners
Who are all the people who do not have the citizenship of any state? Stateless people
How do we call a State that does not recognize any authority that is above it? sovereign
What was before the EU? ECC
What is the the name of the treaty of the European Union? Maastricht Treaty
Brexit took place in which country? United Kingdom
What is the name of the treaty signed in 2000? Treaty of Nice
Which is the abbreviation for an "Intergovernmental Organizations" IGO
Which is the abbreviation for an "Non-governmental Organizations" NGO
Where does the United Nations' headquarters take place? New York
How many are the essential guide lines of NATO? Three
Which is the definition for the state of being in short supply? Scarcity
Which concept concerns the question: “who will get the goods and the services?” Distribution
Which is the concept that involves the study of how societies use scarce resources to produce valuable goods? Production

Citizenship Crossword Puzzle

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Crossword
Description

The studies of the duties and rights of citizens Civics
Members of a community who owe loyalty to the government and in exchange receive protection from the government citizenship
This founder of the U.S strongly believed in the importance of civics (last name) Jefferson
An act that a citizen is required to do (ex: pay taxes) duty
An act a citizen should do but is not required to (ex: voting) responsibility
In Ancient Greece and Rome citizenship was only granted to men who owned ________ property
Someone who is born in another country can choose to have a ____ citizenship dual
This process is a legal way to gain citizenship in the United States Naturalization
In order to become a U.S citizen you must have lived in the U.S for a minimum of _____ years five
The minimum age to become a U.S citizen eighteen
Americans can lose their citizenship in this number of ways three
The act of losing your naturalization denaturalization
A foreign born resident who has not been naturalized alien
A person fleeing danger in their country refugee
Today, ______ million people are living in the U.S illegally twelve
Here kids learn how to become good citizens school
Many consider this one of the most important American citizen responsibility voting
Respecting private and public property tolerance
The health, prosperity, and happiness of all the people in the community welfare
The practice of offering your time and services to others without receiving payment volunteerism
In this voulanteer organization members work on education, public safety, health, and the environment AmeriCorps
Foreign born people who have moved to a new country Immigrant
The key practices, relationships, and organizations in a society Institutions

General Knowledge Crossword Puzzle

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Crossword
Description

Needs to be a US citizen for at least 9 years and over the age 30 Senate
The elected head of a republican state. President
The _____ __ _______________ is granted by the Constitution the power to impeach an elected official House Of Representatives
When an __________ is proposed by Congress, it takes two-and-a-half years for it to be ratified. Amendment
If you are born in the United States you automatically gain _________ of the country. Citizenship
It is also called the Legislative Branch and is made of two parts: House of Representatives and The Senate Congress
Someone who helps the president conduct his duties Vice President
A group of people who decide the verdict of a court case. Jury
Indicates a system of government in which the power is divided by constitutional right between national and local units of government. Federalism
Deals with disputes between people which can be compensated. Civil Law
The leader of a state or province. Governer
Protects certain values. such as life or property. Criminal Law
Leads the Judicial Branch of the United States Federal Government. Supreme Court
A form of government with roles and powers given, limited by the law, written in a constitution. Limited Government
A legal statement that suggests that no one is above the law and governmental decisions must be made only by applying legal knowledge. Rule of Law
Limits the power of the federal government and guarantee citizens of the United States certain rights. Bill of Rights
The leader of the ___________ Branch is the President of the United States. Executive
Occupies a central position as the chief, policy-making, and representative organ of the United Nations. General Assembly
In elections we ____ for people who are going to represent us in the government. Vote
Voting used for electing representatives in the United States. Plurality

Three Branches of Government Crossword

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Crossword
Description

There are how many justices on the Supreme Court? nine
There are how many senators for each state? two
The Legislative Branch is also known as what? congress
The head of the Executive Branch is who? president
The president has the power to do this if he doesn't like a law. veto
The Supreme Court interprets the laws and checks to make sure they are what? constitutional
The building associated with the Legislative Branch. capitol
The President appoints who to the Supreme Court? justices
Which branch has to approve the justices? Legislative
The President can only serve two terms for a total of how many years? eight
Supreme Court justices are appointed for how long? lifetime
The number of representatives that a state has is dependant on what? population
"Checks and _____________" is the way each branch can keep from having too much power. balances
The President is also known as the "Commander in _______?" chief
The Supreme Court is what branch? Judicial

Citizenship Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

A member of a community who is loyal to and is protected by the government citizen
The rights and duties of citizens citizenship
A legal process to gain citizenship naturalization
An amount of money demanded by the government used to help run public places and help the community tax
Something that you are required to do duty
Something that you can do voluntarily (it is not required) responsibility
A person who moved from one country an is now a permanent resident in another immigrant
A foreign-born resident in the United States who has not been naturalized yet alien
The belief, way of life, art, and customs that are shared by people in a particular society culture
People who share a common national, cultural, or racial background ethnic group
A person who has left their home to escape war, famine, or another disaster refugee
Respecting and accepting others regardless of their differences tolerance
Offering your time and services to others without any payment volunteerism
The advantage or benefit of all people in a society common good
The health , prosperity, and happiness of the members of a community welfare
The regulations established in a community by some authority law
The general principles or beliefs people use to make decisions values
You can lose your citizenship if you are found guilty of _______ treason
immigrants must take a ____ that checks if they can read, write and speak English before becoming a citizen test
immigrants must be able to read, _____, and speak English before becoming a citizen write

WW1 crossword puzzle

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Crossword
Description

Payments for war damage Reparation
1919 treaty that ended WW1 Treaty of Versailles
Assassination of this man started WW1 Franz Ferdinand
Serbian nationalist group Black Hand
German military plan on how Germany should handle the threat of war on two fronts Schlieffen Plan
Term for the total number of people killed Casualties
Resignation of a monarch Abdication
Forced acquisition of a region or territory by a more powerful state Annexation
Temporary suspension of hostility in a war Armistice
Government control or restrictions placed on the media Censorship
Government policy that requires citizens to join the army Conscription
A long, narrow ditch Trench
Belief that a nation needs a large military Militarism
Not taking sides during a war Neutrality
Opinion expressed for the purpose of influencing the actions of others Propaganda
Any horrible or violent action taken against an innocent or unarmed person or group Atrocity
Someone who objects to killing Pacifist
A strong love for one's country Nationalism
Policy of building up an empire Imperialism

Causes of the American Civil War Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

someone who wants to end slavery abolitionist
production of crops; farming agriculture
America's 1st constitution; was too weak because the government had no power to tax, etc.: Articles of ______________ Confederation
southern states during the civil war: ____________ states confederate
system of how goods and services are produced, sold, and bought economy
governmental system in which power is shared between a national government and smaller local governments: _______________ government federal
production of goods by using machines and factories industry
had lots of factories, bigger population, believed in no slavery and a strong central government: _________________ States Northern
to refuse to enforce something nullification
concept that political power rests with the people who can create, alter, and abolish government: popular _______________ sovereignty
to withdraw from a political agreement with a nation and become independent secession
condition in which individuals are owned and controlled by others slavery
farms and plantations, wanted slavery and states to have more power in the government: ________________ States Southern
individual states have the right to pass and enforce laws independently and with little interference by the federal government (2 words) statesrights
addition of territories by the United States across North America from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean: westward __________________ expansion

Ap Gov Chapter 1 Part 1 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A political system in which the supreme power lies in a body of citizens who can elect people to represent them Democracy
A theory of government and politics contending that societies are divided along class lines and that an upper-class elite will rule, regardless of the formal niceties of governmental organization. Elite and Class Theory
(government) the system or form by which a community or another political unit is governed Government
The sum total of the value of all the goods and services produced in a nation Gross Domestic Product
A theory of American democracy contending that groups are so strong that government, which gives in to the many different groups, is thereby weakened. Hyperpluralism
Institutions that connect citizens to government. The mass media, interest groups, and political parties are the three main linkage institutions. Linkage Institutions
A fundamental principle of traditional democratic theory. In a democracy, choosing among alternatives requires that the majority's desire be respected. Majority Rule
A principle of traditional democratic theory that guarantees rights to those who do not belong to majorities and allows that they might join majorities through persuasion and reasoned argument. Minority Rights
A theory of government and politics emphasizing that politics is mainly a competition among groups, each one pressing for its own preferred policies. Pluralist Theory
the issues that attract the serious attention of public officials and other people actually involved in politics at any given point in time Policy Agenda
A condition that occurs when no coalition is strong enough to form a majority and establish policy. The result is that nothing may get done. Policy Gridlock
The effects a policy has on people and problems. Impacts are analyzed to see how well a policy has met its goal and at what cost. Policy Impacts
The branches of government charged with taking action on political issues. The U.S. Constitution established three policymaking institutions-the congress, the presidency, and the courts. Today, the power of the bureaucracy is so great that most political scientist consider it a fourth policy making institution Policy Institution
The process by which policy comes into being and evolves over time. People's interests, problems, and concerns create political issues for government policymakers. These issues shape policy, which in turn impacts people, generating more interests, problems, and concerns. Policymaking System
A set of basic values and beliefs about one's country or government that is shared by most citizens and that influences political opinions and behaviors Political Culture
an issue that arises when people disagree about a problem and how to fix it Political Issue
Main form = voting. Also joining political party, volunteering on political campaign, campaign contributions, running for office Politic Participation

The War of Independence Crossword

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Crossword
Description

A clash between British soldiers and Boston colonists in 1770, where five colonists were killed Boston Massacre
An increase in prices or decline is purchasing power caused by an increase in the supply of money Inflation
Colonists who supported the British government during the American Revolution Loyalists
Patriot civilian soldiers just before and during the Revolutionary War, ready to fight in a minutes notice Minuteman
Colonists who supported American Independence from Britain Patriots
The selling of goods in short supply at inflated prices Profiteering
The treaty of Paris signed in semptember ended the war and set the western boundary of the United States at what river? Mississippi
In which state is Yorktown Virginia
Which European country supported the American colonists during the Revolutionary War France
Whose concepts did Jefferson draw upon as he drafted the Declaration of Independence John Locke
Who helped to find the sons of Liberty Samuel Adams
What is a belief in the equality of people Egalitarian
France troops blocked the road to which town at Yorktown Williamsburg
Which troops held the position farthest south at Yorktown? American
Who wrote common sense Thomas

New Nation Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

Is an action or decision that later serves as an example. Precedent
The first president of the United States. Washington
This act created 3 levels of federal court and defined their powers Judiciary
Money owed by the United States to other countries. National debt
People who buy items at low prices in the hope that the value will rise and then they can sell the items for profit Speculators
This person was a -------- constructionist if they can take reasonable actions that the constitution does not specifically forbid. Loose
What political party wanted a strong federal government Federalists
------ Treaty gave the Native American 20,000 dollars and in return the U.S was given the NorthWest Territory. Greenville
What affair did the french men demand for 215 thousand dollars and a 12 million dollar loan XYZ
What proclamation stated that the U.S would not take sides with any European countries Neutrality
Who was the second president Adams
What act banned trade with all foreign countries Embargo Act
What rebellion did the farmers protest against on the tax of a alcohal drink Whiskey
------ ---- are members who want to go to war with Britain War Hawks
This person is a ------ constructionist if he only does what the constitution specifically says it can do Strict
What was the purchase called that France sold land to the U.S for 15 million dollars. Louisiana
What political party wanted a limited federal government Democratic-Republican
Who won the election of 1800 Jefferson
---------- treaty settled the border disputes with Spain Pinckney
This Native American warned other Indians about the dangers that they will face with American settlers Tecumseh

civics terms Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

who is in charge of the executive branch? President
How many U.S. Senators are there? one hundred
We elect a President for how many years? four
What is the highest court in the United States? Supreme Court
How many justices are on the Supreme Court? nine
How old do citizens have to be to vote for President? eighteen
What is the supreme law of the land? Constitution
What do we call the first ten amendments to the Constitution? the Bill of Rights
Who approves supreme court justices The senate
The legislative branch is also known as Congress
a group of people that make laws legislature
a written document granting land and the authority to set up colonial governments charter
a legislature consisting of two parts, or houses bicameral
to vote approval of ratify
a form of government in which power is divided between the federal, or national, government and the states federalism
the branch of government that carries out laws executive branch
the area of jurisdiction of a federal court of appeals circuit
federal court where trials are held and lawsuits are begun district court
a group of people named by each state legislature to select the president and vice president Electoral College
a tactic for defeating a bill in the senate by talking until the bill's sponsor withdraws it filibuster