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US History Chapter 7 quiz 2. What was the most important accomplishment of the Annapolis Convention? – Settling trade disputes between Maryland and Virginia.

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1 US History Chapter 7 quiz 2

2 What was the most important accomplishment of the Annapolis Convention? – Settling trade disputes between Maryland and Virginia – Attracting representatives from all thirteen colonies – Settling the issue of tariffs on exports – Calling a new convention to remedy the weaknesses of the Confederation

3 Calling a new convention to remedy the weaknesses of the Confederation

4 Whose idea provided much of the framework for the Constitution? – James Madison – Alexander Hamilton – John Jay – Patrick Henry

5 James Madison

6 Which of the following issues did not require major debate in the Constitutional Convention? – Representation in Congress – Power of the executive – Slavery – Trade

7 Power of the executive

8 Which state refused to participate in the Constitutional Convention and was the last of the original colonies to ratify the Constitution? – Virginia – New York – Rhode Island – North Carolina

9 Rhode Island

10 What bicameral plan did the large states support at the Constitutional Convention? – New Jersey Plan – Connecticut Plan – Virginia Plan – Three-Fifths Compromise

11 Virginia Plan

12 What unicameral plan did the small states support at the Constitutional Convention? – New Jersey Plan – Connecticut Plan – Virginia Plan – Three Fifths Compromise

13 New Jersey Plan

14 What Christian statesman presented the compromise that broke the deadlock over representation in the Constitution? – James Madison – George Washington – Roger Sherman – Patrick Henry

15 Roger Sherman

16 What region was most concerned about granting the federal government control over trade? – East – Northwest – Middle States – South

17 South

18 Which of the following was not a provision of the trade agreement reached by the Constitutional Convention? – Slavery would be banned in twenty years – Congress had power over foreign trade – Congress had power over interstate commerce – Congress could not impose export taxes on states

19 Slavery would be banned in twenty years

20 Which of the following principles was not included in the Constitution – Limited government – Divine sovereignty – Separation of powers – Checks and balances

21 Divine sovereignty

22 In the original Constitution, who was elected directly by the people? – The president of the United States – Federal judges – Members of the Senate – Members of the House of Representatives

23 Members of the House of Representatives

24 What do we call the introduction to the Constitution? ____________

25 Preamble

26 What constitutional principle supports the division of power between national and state levels of government? __________________

27 Federalism

28 A) Bicameral B) Checks and balances C) Federalism D) Limited government E) Popular sovereignty F) Separation of powers G) Unicameral – ___ a two-house Congress

29 A) Bicameral

30 B) Checks and balances C) Federalism D) Limited government E) Popular sovereignty F) Separation of powers G) Unicameral – ___ a one-house Congress

31 Unicameral

32 A) Bicameral B) Checks and balances C) Federalism D) Limited government E) Popular sovereignty F) Separation of powers G) Unicameral – ___ official restrictions on the power of a government

33 D) Limited government

34 A) Bicameral B) Checks and balances C) Federalism D) Limited government E) Popular sovereignty F) Separation of powers G) Unicameral – ___ the division of the government into branches

35 F) Separation of powers

36 A) Bicameral B) Checks and balances C) Federalism D) Limited government E) Popular sovereignty F) Separation of powers G) Unicameral – ___ a balance of power between the different branches of government

37 B) Checks and balances

38 A) Bicameral B) Checks and balances C) Federalism D) Limited government E) Popular sovereignty F) Separation of powers G) Unicameral – ___ the division of power between national and state levels of government

39 C) Federalism

40 A) Bicameral B) Checks and balances C) Federalism D) Limited government E) Popular sovereignty F) Separation of powers G) Unicameral – ___ the belief that the ultimate source of governmental power is vested in the people

41 E) Popular sovereignty


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