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Declaration of Independence From 13 Colonies to the USA Ms. Ramos
Ideas of John Locke Author:Thomas Jefferson Legal argument to end social contract w/ England Ms. Ramos
Parts of the Dec of Ind 1. Enlightenment philosophy 2. List of wrongs/abuses 3. Attempts to redress 4. Separation Ms. Ramos
Basic Concepts of a Democracy Individual Freedom Worth of the Individual Equality of ALL Majority Rule & Minority Rights Necessity of Compromise Ms. Ramos
Articles of Confederation America’s first form of govt Ms. Ramos
Govt Structure One branch: Congress Unicameral President of Congress chosen by legislature Ms. Ramos
Congressional Power Make war & peace Ambassadors Treaties Borrow $$/est monetary Navy Army Weights & measures Settle state disputes Ms. Ramos
State Obligations Obey Articles & Acts of Congress Fund troop requests Treat other state citizens +lly Full faith & credit Surrender fugitives Open travel & trade btwn states Ms. Ramos
Weaknesses No pwr tax Borrow from states No pwr regulate trade btwn states No pwr force states obey national laws Amend w/ unanimous consent of states Ms. Ramos
American Government Chapter 2 Section 3. Articles of Confederation Structure –Unicameral –Parliamentary –One State – One Voice.
Articles of Confederation ( ). Warm-up: How were the Articles of Confederation like the latest version of Windows? (Pgs )
The Critical Period Chapter 2 Section 3. Today’s Agenda Warm-up: Study for Section 2 Quiz Notes on Section 3 Homework.
The Articles of Confederation America’s first Constitution
Objective 11; Examine the natural rights philosophy and the nature of government expressed in the Declaration of Independence, comparing it to the Social.
TODAY: Current events Present New Governments Declaration of Independence Book Work Short Lecture Exit Objective: You will be able to describe the time.
Chapter 2: Origins of American Government Section 3-5
The Articles of Confederation Our first constitution.
Questions The Founding Fathers declared independence and won the Revolutionary War ( ). Now what? What are some values, ideas, etc., we should.
Chapter 2: Our Political Beginnings. Concepts of government Colonists brought the English political system with them to North America, including three.
The Articles of Confederation. The Big Idea The weakness of the Articles of Confederation led to demands for a stronger central government.
The Critical Period Thinking Skill: Explicitly assess information and draw conclusions SWBAT: explain the purposes of Government and describe the structure.
Weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation. The Structure of the Articles of Confederation A simple government was set up by the Articles. A Congress.
The Articles of Confederation The first real government of the United States of America 11/5/1777 – 4/30/1789.
STANDARD(S): 12.1 Students explain the fundamental principles and moral values of American democracy. LEARNING OBJECTIVES/ GOALS/ SWBAT 1.Describe the.
1781 – The 1 st Constitution of the United States. It was a confederate form of government. 1783 – War is over (Treaty of Paris)
Articles of Confederation. Structure United States began as a confederation “A Firm League of Friendship” with a weak national government Each.
The Articles of Confederation
The Articles of Confederation approved November 15, 1777 a “firm league of friendship” among the states.
Articles of Confederation and the Constitution. Why is this man Important? John Hanson.
2.3 – The Critical Period. Articles of Confederation, November 15, 1777 Structure: 1 body-Legislative, 1 House (Unicameral) Powers: Make war/peace, ambassadors,
Government Warm- up Recall and list some of the weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation. Pg
Articles of Confederation 2.3 – The Critical Period C2.1.1.
Chapter 2 Origins of Am. Government Section 3 The Critical Period.
The Critical Period S E C T I O N 3 The Critical Period What were the Articles of Confederation?
Articles of Confederation You will need a highlighter.
The Constitutional Convention From Articles of Confederation to Constitution.
CH. 2-3 THE CRITICAL PERIOD AMERICAN GOVERNMENT. THE ARTICLES OF CONFEDERATION The First and Second Continental Congresses were meant to be temporary.
Creating the Constitution
The Articles of Confederation The 1 st Constitution for The United States.
BELL QUIZ: PAGES According to English philosopher John Locke what three rights are all people born with? 2.Also according to Locke what is a Social.
Chapter 2: Origins of American Government Section 3
Origins of American Government Review American Government Mr. Bordelon.
1 st Constitution. Articles of Confederation Approved November 15, 1777 Est. “a firm league of friendship” between the states Needed the ratification.
Creating the Constitution. 2 The Articles of Confederation During the Revolution, the new United States needed a functioning government Modeled after.
Mr. Yancey’s Coat of Arms. Creating the Constitution.
CONSTITUTIONAL UNDERPINNINGS. Enlightenment Philosophies Thomas Hobbes Leviathan- people are “solitary, nasty, poor, brutish…” Need strong leader.
Chapter 2: Origins of American Government Section 3.
American Government Chapter 2 Origins of American Government.
Bell Ringer!!! What is your favorite pizza topping? At a “get-together” how do you compromise so everyone gets something that they like on the pizza????
Origins of American Government American Government Mr. Bordelon.
Articles of Confederation. Who was ruling the colonies during the Revolutionary War? America’s first attempt at a government… The Articles of Confederation.
ORIGINS OF AMERICAN GOVERNMENT
Origins of American Government Articles of Confederation 11/15/1777 to 5/25/1787.
The Articles of Confederation. THE ARTICLES OF CONFEDERATION WERE RATIFIED ON MARCH 1, 1781 AMERICA’S 1 ST FORM OF GOVERNMENT AFTER SEPARATION FROM BRITAIN.
After The Revolution We Won! Now What?. Articles of Confederation.
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