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ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI
 
ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI
 
1. What was woman's status under the old English common law?
 
1. What was woman's status under the old English common law?
2. Along what lines have women advanced
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2. Along what lines have women advanced in this country?
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3. Describe briefly the changed status of women in the home? To what is this due?
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4. What is the purpose of the League of Women Voters?
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5. Name the standing committees of the League of Women Voters?
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6. What political affiliation has the League of Women Voters?
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7. What specific legislation has the League of Women Voters endorsed?
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8. Give a brief summary of the bill supported by the committee on Food Supply and Demand?
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9. Give a brief summary of the Educational Bill? How is it des-ignated?
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10. Give a brief summary of the Maternity Bill? How is it designated?
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11. how should you organize a League of Women Voters? A State League? A Local League?
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12. What subjects do you believe should be included in a program of meetings for the League of Women Voters following a Citizenship School?
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13. What preliminary arrangements should be made for a Citizenship School?
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14. What is the Federal Suffrage Amendment?
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15. What is government?
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16. What is Congress?
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17. How are the United States Senators elected?
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18. What are the qualifications for senators?
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19. How many representatives are there? What are their qualifications?
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20. What is a Congressional District?
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21. Who is the President of the Senate?
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22. Who is the president speaker of the House? How is the speaker elected?
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23. Name some of the powers belonging exclusively to the Senate?
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24. Name some of the powers belonging exclusively to the House?
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25. What is meant by "floor leader" "party whip"
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26. What are the qualifications for President?
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27. How are the President and Vice-President elected?
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28. How are electors chosen?
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29. Explain briefly the functions of the Electoral College?

Latest revision as of 16:00, 16 February 2020

EXAMINATION QUESTIONS USED AT NATIONAL TRAINING SCHOOL ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI 1. What was woman's status under the old English common law? 2. Along what lines have women advanced in this country? 3. Describe briefly the changed status of women in the home? To what is this due? 4. What is the purpose of the League of Women Voters? 5. Name the standing committees of the League of Women Voters? 6. What political affiliation has the League of Women Voters? 7. What specific legislation has the League of Women Voters endorsed? 8. Give a brief summary of the bill supported by the committee on Food Supply and Demand? 9. Give a brief summary of the Educational Bill? How is it des-ignated? 10. Give a brief summary of the Maternity Bill? How is it designated? 11. how should you organize a League of Women Voters? A State League? A Local League? 12. What subjects do you believe should be included in a program of meetings for the League of Women Voters following a Citizenship School? 13. What preliminary arrangements should be made for a Citizenship School? 14. What is the Federal Suffrage Amendment? 15. What is government? 16. What is Congress? 17. How are the United States Senators elected? 18. What are the qualifications for senators? 19. How many representatives are there? What are their qualifications? 20. What is a Congressional District? 21. Who is the President of the Senate? 22. Who is the president speaker of the House? How is the speaker elected? 23. Name some of the powers belonging exclusively to the Senate? 24. Name some of the powers belonging exclusively to the House? 25. What is meant by "floor leader" "party whip" 26. What are the qualifications for President? 27. How are the President and Vice-President elected? 28. How are electors chosen? 29. Explain briefly the functions of the Electoral College?