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Question 1:
Who of the following was a predecessor of Clarence Thomas?

Question 2: Justices Thomas and Scalia have rejected the notion of a ________, also known as the “Negative Commerce Clause.” That doctrine bars state commercial regulation even if Congress has not yet acted on the matter.
Equal Protection ClauseSecond Amendment to the United States ConstitutionDue processDormant Commerce Clause

Question 3:
Clarence Thomas, Bill Clinton and Gerald Ford are all:
Federalist Society members Yale Law School alumni Chairs of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission African American judges

Question 4:
Who of the following was a child of Clarence Thomas?
None
Jamal Adeen Thomas
Albert Jr & Emily
2 children

Question 5:
Who of the following has been president of Clarence Thomas?

Question 6: Thomas believes that the ________ of the Fourteenth Amendment forbids consideration of race, such as race-based affirmative action or preferential treatment.
Fourteenth Amendment to the United States ConstitutionSecond Amendment to the United States ConstitutionDue processEqual Protection Clause

Question 7: Thomas's confirmation hearings were bitter and intensely fought, centering around accusations that he had sexually harassed a subordinate at the EEOC, attorney ________.
Thurgood MarshallAnita HillOklahomaDavid Brock

Question 8: He moved to ________ and returned to work for Danforth from 1979 to 1981 as a Legislative Assistant.
Washington, D.C.AtlantaPhoenix, ArizonaBoston

Question 9:
Clarence Thomas, Antonin Scalia and Sonia Sotomayor are all:
Gullah United States Supreme Court justices People from Washington, D.C. African-American Catholics

Question 10: Justice Thomas was among the dissenters in ________ and Roper v. Simmons, which held that the Eighth Amendment to the United States Constitution prohibits the application of the death penalty to certain classes of persons.
Clarence ThomasAnthony KennedyAtkins v. VirginiaJohn Paul Stevens
















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