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Round One Ultimate QuestionWashington Jefferson Adams Round Two Scores can be changed manually during the slide show. There are 30 questions per round. Complete Round 1 before moving on to Round 2 The Ultimate Question is the final question asked, after the first two rounds have been completed.
Category #1Category #2Category #3Category #4Category #5Category #6 Battles Causes of the Revolution Causes of the Revolution Important People Laws Articles of Confedera- Articles of Confedera- tion $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $300 $400 $500 $300 $400 $500 $300 $400 $500 The Constitu- tion The Constitu- tion Click on any of the top row squares to return to the Scoreboard.
$100 Americas victory in this 1777 battle resulted in France coming to the aid of the U.S. AnswerScoreboard
$100 The biggest weakness of the Articles of Confederation was its inability to regulate this. AnswerScoreboard
$100 interstate commerce? What is interstate commerce? Round 1
$200 This 1786-87 rebellion convinced wealthy Americans that a stronger central government was needed. ScoreboardAnswer
$200 Shays Rebellion What is Shays Rebellion? Round 1
$300 This meeting was called by Alexander Hamilton in 1785-86 to revise the Articles and promote economic growth. ScoreboardAnswer
$300 Annapolis Convention? What is the Annapolis Convention? Round 1
$400 This law provided for the organized settlement of the Old Northwest. ScoreboardAnswer
$400 Land Ordinance of 1785 What is the Land Ordinance of 1785? Round 1
$500 This plot conceived by military officers sought to overthrow the government in 1783. George Washington stopped it. ScoreboardAnswer
$500 Newburgh Conspiracy What is the Newburgh Conspiracy? Round 1
$100 This agreement resulted in the creation of a bicameral legislature: the Senate and House of Representatives. AnswerScoreboard
$100 Great Compromise (Connecticut Compromise) What is the Great Compromise (Connecticut Compromise)? Round 1
$200 Montesquieu provided the philosophical foundation for this structure of government. ScoreboardAnswer
$200 checks and balances (separation of powers) What are checks and balances (separation of powers)? Round 1
$300 The issue of counting slaves as part of the Southern population was resolved by this agreement. ScoreboardAnswer
$300 Three-Fifths Compromise? What is the Three-Fifths Compromise? Round 1
$400 In order to select a president with a small number of voters, this system was created. ScoreboardAnswer
$400 Electoral College What is the Electoral College? Round 1
Place a bet between $100 to $1000 (or higher if you have more money) Question
$500 Among the several authors of the Constitution, this Virginian is considered the most important. ScoreboardAnswer
$500 James Madison Who is James Madison? Round 1
Category #1Category #2Category #3Category #4Category #6 Ratifica- tion Debate Ratifica- tion Debate Revolution and Social Change Revolution and Social Change Treaties & Conven- tions Treaties & Conven- tions President Washing- ton President Washing- ton President Adams President Adams Hamiltons Financial Plan Hamiltons Financial Plan $200 $400 $600 $800 $1000 $600 $800 $1000 $600 $800 $1000 $600 $800 $1000 Click on any of the top row squares to return to the Scoreboard.
$200 Anti-Federalists most common complaint about the Constitution was that it lacked one of these. AnswerScoreboard
$200 bill of rights What is a bill of rights? Round 2
$400 This many states needed to ratify the Constitution in order for it to take effect. ScoreboardAnswer
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