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You’re probably gearing up for a fun Fourth of July weekend, but before you fire up the grill or jump in the pool, how well do you know our great nation? This quiz will test your knowledge of the USA (from 1776 to 2020) and tell if you bleed red, white, and blue. Make sure to answer all seven questions to see your final score!

Test Your Knowledge of the USA!

How many men signed both the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution?

1. 1
2. 6
3. 12
4. 56

Only six men who signed the Declaration of Independence went on to sign the U.S. Constitution

How many versions of the U.S. flag have there been?

1. 9
2. 15
3. 21
4. 27

Since 1776, there have been 27 different variations of the stars and stripes.

When did Independence Day become a holiday?

1. 1776
2. 1870
3. 1902
4. 1941

Although Americans have celebrated July 4th since the 18th century, it didn't become a holiday until 1870.

Who is the only U.S. President to never marry?

1. James Madison
2. John Tyler
3. James Buchanan
4. Herbert Hoover

James Buchanan is known for being the President leading up to the Civil War and for remaining a lifelong bachelor.

How many U.S. presidents have been assassinated?

1. 2
2. 4
3. 5
4. 7

Four sitting presidents have been assassinated: Abraham Lincoln, James A. Garfield, William McKinley, and John F. Kennedy.

In World War II, the U.S. fought with the Allied powers against the Axis powers. Which three countries were the main Axis powers?

1. Germany, Italy, and Japan
2. Germany, Russia, and Japan
3. Germany, Italy, and England
4. Germany, Italy, and Poland

Germany, Italy, and Japan were the main Axis powers.

In which case did the U.S. Supreme Court rule that any state law creating racial segregation in public schools is unconstitutional?

1. Plessy v. Ferguson
2. Roe v. Wade
3. Brown v. Board of Education
4. Loving v. Virginia

Brown v. Board of Education was the landmark decision in 1954.

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