Part A: True/False Directions : What follows are five statements. If the statement is entirely true, then write “True , ” o therwise write “False”. If the statement is false, state why. Both parts must be correct to earn any points for these. These are one point each. A1. The Articles of Confederation created a central government that was weaker than what the Constitution created. A2. The First Amendment to the US Constitution guaranteed, among other things, our right to keep and bear arms. A3. All US citizens who are over 18 have a constitutional right to vote in presidential elections. A4. A poll tax is a charge that people must pay in order to vote. A5. Among other things, Bush v. Gore (2000) concerned the equal protection clause and how it related to the methods of recounting ballots in Florida. Part B: Definitions Directions : In what follows, I provide a term. Define it in your own words (do not copy!) and cite the page in the textbook where the term is discussed (if it is discussed in the t ext). Both parts must be correct to earn any points. These are also one point each. B1. Stamp Act Congress B2. Eminent Domain B3. Civil War Amendments B4. Disenfranchisement B5. Interest Groups Part C: Short Answer Directions : Answer any two of the following questions using correct grammar and academic writing. Each answer must be more than five sentences long. If not, then not points will be awarded. These are five points each. C1. What are the checks and balances in the US Constitution? Be explicit by listing them all . C2. What are the voting amendments, and how have they expanded the franchise? C3. Which amendment to the US Constitution would you remove if you could? Why? For obvious reasons, do not include the two prohibition amendments.