Which of the following First Amendment provisions protects the right of citizens to practice their religion without governmental interference?
b.Due process clause
d.Free exercise clause
33.According to the three-part Lemon test, government laws and programs do not violate the establishment clause if:
a.their primary effect is to advance or inhibit religion.
b.they lead to excessive government entanglement with religion.
c.they do not deprive people of life, liberty, or property without fair proceedings.
d.they cannot be used to strike down laws that are deemed to be arbitrary or unfair.
e.they have a secular purpose.
34.Which of the following statements regarding religious belief and religious action is true?
a.Religious action is governed by the clear and present danger test.
b.Religious action is given partial protection under the privileges clause.
c.Religious action and religious belief are treated as the same by the law.
d.The appropriateness of a religious action is judged with the help of the Hicklin test.
e.Religious action is not protected under the free exercise clause.
35. Basic rights that all human beings are entitled to, whether or not they are formally recognized by government are known as the _____ rights.
36.According to the English philosopher John Locke, which of the following rights are quintessential natural rights?
a.Life, liberty, and privacy
b.Life, speech, and religion
c.Life, liberty, and property
d.Life, liberty, and speech
e.Life, liberty, and religion
37.Which of the following countries was the first one in the world to recognize same-sex marriage?
38.The writ of _____ is a court order that allows a judge to release a prisoner who is being detained illegally.
39.Michael was a witness to a murder. As a responsible citizen, he went to the police to give his statement. In the name of asking him for details, the police detained him and he has been locked up in the prison for last 48 hours. When his family comes to know about it, they can appeal to the court to issue a writ of:
40.Laws that allow someone to be punished without a trial are known as:
b.bills of attainder.
c.ex post facto laws.
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